grunge

30 seconds interview: No Violet

We catch up with Bristol grunge outfit No Violet, whose gorgeously fuzz-fuelled debut EP is a modern escapade into the mire and angst of late eighties' grunge.

Interview: Estrons

‘Turmeric. Slippery elm. Nail varnish to coat my fingertips!’ Estrons’ Taliesyn Källström lets us in on how the ferocious Welsh fourpiece are preparing for their massive upcoming tour...

Featured artist: No Violet

Bristol grunge outfit No Violet light a slow burning fuse and build to explosive crescendos of filthy guitars and hypnotic, exasperated vocals.

Interview: LIINES

'Few of our songs reach the two-and-a-half minute mark, but it’s still a physically exhausting experience!' energetic trio LIINES give us the skinny on their debut LP...

30 seconds interview: Hey Charlie

The all-rocking trio are defiantly keeping guitar music alive and well in 2018, brimming with anthemic chorus', crashing drums and mosh-worthy guitars. Step this way to grunge-pop perfection...

Playlist: Dream Nails

The London grunge gang let us in on the bands that have fuelled their raucous sound. Expect loads of punk-rock and Riot Grrrl from The Julie Ruin, Bleached, Sacred Paws, The Slits and more...

Interview: Honeyblood

'This is going to be a rock show, not a folk show!' Honeyblood's Stina Tweeddale lets us in on how the band found their live sound and what they learnt from Foo Fighters...

Featured artist: Magic Mountain

'We’ve been set free to shred!' says Magic Mountain's Lins Wilson. And with the trio combining elements of their respective bands Grammatics, Menace Beach and Pulled Apart By Horses, who are we to argue?

30 seconds interview: Hawk

Hawk are a multinational four-piece bringing grunge-filled goodness via London, Ireland and Berlin. Now out on tour, don't miss their melodic riffs and stereoscopic choruses live and direct...