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Q&A: The Fleeting Ends

by MichelleScott on 30 July 2014

Naming a band is a tricky thing. You don’t want to pigeonhole yourself into a certain genre, nor do you want to have such an obscure name that it...
Q&A: The Tapestry

by MichelleScott on 30 July 2014

The Tapestry are a self-proclaimed “dirty garage pop”, Manchester-based, four piece who have opened for musicians such as Pete Doherty and The...
Artist’s Point Of View:...

by Kyle McCormick on 29 July 2014

After initially confusing the band with Spycatcher, who didn’t like on the first take, I realised this was in fact a different outfit altogether,...
Naming a band is a tricky thing. You don’t want to pigeonhole yourself into a certain genre, nor do you want to have such an obscure name that it almost scares potential fans...

Q&A: The Fleeting Ends

by MichelleScott on 30 July 2014

The Tapestry are a self-proclaimed “dirty garage pop”, Manchester-based, four piece who have opened for musicians such as Pete Doherty and The View. They were gracious to...

Q&A: The Tapestry

by MichelleScott on 30 July 2014

After initially confusing the band with Spycatcher, who didn’t like on the first take, I realised this was in fact a different outfit altogether, and even better than that: I...
Over the last few years Truck has changed for the better each time, sometimes in specific ways and sometimes just a general change in vibe. It is always the friendliest festival...

Festival Review: Truck Festival 2014

by FionaEvans on 29 July 2014

’Searching The Brittle Light’, the debut album from Thom Bowden, was released on July 14th, and with the press constantly name-checking the likes of Fugazi and The White...

Thom Bowden's Lucky Seven

by Kyle McCormick on 29 July 2014

Hi there my name is Jamie, Shout4Music’s new music editor, and this is what I’ve been listening to in the past week. If you ever have anything you want to send for my...

New Music Weekly #53

by JamieBrooker on 29 July 2014

Following a year as the Shout4Music Features Editor, and amplified by a trip to see the man himself, penning a feature on the talented Jason Mraz seems like the pinnacle of my...

Shouting With... Jason Mraz

by Kyle McCormick on 28 July 2014

Death Rattle are a duo from London, creating electro-tinged music that should probably soundtrack an apocalypse, or maybe just a night in an abandoned old cabin in the middle of...
Lawrence English may not exactly be a household name, but in certain circles, the Brisbane-based artist, described on his website as a “composer, media artist, and curator”...

Q&A: Lawrence English

by ChristopherNosnibor on 28 July 2014

Coming from Glasgow, and fancying myself as a big of a “music writer”, I’d like to think I know all the groovy and exciting going-ons in the city. But, how then you may...
Taken from the EP of the same name, ‘Letter To New York’ is as good a place to start as any with the music of Johanna Glaza. Layers of mystical sounds, and a floating vocal...
Coveted among certain circles, and ridiculed among others, it’s objective to say that Tinchy Stryder has had a pretty successful musical career. With a string of UK Top 10...
Maybe it’s something lost in translation, but to hear German singer/songwriter Clemens Rehbein talk about Milky Chance’s story there’s a distinct sense that it all just -...

Shouting with...Milky Chance

by AdamTait on 24 July 2014

Hi there my name is Jamie, Shout4Music’s new music editor, and this is what I’ve been listening to in the past week. If you ever have anything you want to send for my...

New Music Weekly #52

by JamieBrooker on 23 July 2014

Following viral reception of ‘Sonnentanz’, and in particular its version featuring Will Heard, Klangkarussell’s second single ‘Netzwerk (Falls Like Rain)’ is released...

Q&A: Klangkarussell

by Kyle McCormick on 17 July 2014

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