Tag: Stuart Green

KINGS OF LEON / WASTE A MOMENT

What a time to be alive for a rock n roll fan, as Kings of Leon finally make their big return following a large-scale teaser campaign, promoting the upcoming release of seventh studio album ‘WALLS’ next month. Ahead of this though, we’ve been treated…

GLASS ANIMALS / HOW TO BE A HUMAN BEING

So if you’ve been listening to prime time, day time radio over the past couple of months, hanging around amongst the ongoing, stomach churning mediocrity of contemporary dance and electro, plus the extensive force feeding of acts like Drake, Fetty Wap & Rihanna, you…

BASTILLE / SEND THEM OFF!

You’ll all certainly know by now that Bastille have returned in 2016 and ahead of their upcoming second album release, they’ve already dropped two brand new singles on us, as well as another non-single release. ‘Wild World’ isn’t available to buy for a few…

AN INTERVIEW WITH…CARL BORG

Over ten years ago I fell completely in love with electronica. A genre with so many different avenues, degrees of experimentation and outcomes in-depth or purpose, it’s a world you can immerse yourself in entirely. For me, my favourite artists were those that kept…

AN INTERVIEW WITH…SLIPKNOT

I recently had the absolute pleasure of chatting with another of my all time heroes, one of the leading names in Death metal for around twenty years and one of the most attention stealing front men in history, Corey Taylor from Slipknot. Amidst a…

GLASTONBURY 2016 FROM THE SOFA

Glastonbury is over for another year and it’s been another year where we haven’t attended. But, in the warmth and dryness of our own homes, we watched it from the comfort of our own sofa. Here’s what Stuart made of it. DISCLAIMER: BBC have…

THE KILLS / ASH & ICE

On the third of this month and in the 2016th year of our lord, possibly the coolest duo in music history released their fifth, and long awaited, studio album ‘Ash & Ice’. It’d been five years since the last album release by The Kills…

THE STONE ROSES / BEAUTIFUL THING

Everybody’s favourite late eighties Madchester indie legends, the Stone Roses made an almost mythological return to the music scene recently and incredibly with new material as well. The world of music, fans and artists alike, stood still, eyes wide and waited for them to…

LOST VILLAGE FESTIVAL / A DJ’S REVIEW

So if you’ve been on any of our various social media profiles, which you most certainly should have been, such as Facebook, Twitter or Instagram you’ll have seen that we’ve recently got back from representing the Back to Mono brand at The second annual Lost…

AN INTERVIEW WITH…JOHN LYDON

Thursday 5th May. What did you all do for lunch? Me? I had a Tuna and Cucumber sandwich with a pack of quavers and then rang a hotel in Valencia to speak to the iconic, revolutionary;  John Lydon. Lead singer of the post-punk pioneering;…

R.I.P PRINCE

It’s absolutely no secret that the past six months have been an absolute bitch from hell as far as losing legendary figures in music. But tonight, on the 21st of April 2016, another trend setting, innovating, icon of our times has sadly passed away…

THE KILLS / HEART OF A DOG

2016 has been an up and down year, with far many legends taken from us in such a short time, but also massive return albums released by the likes of David Bowie, Iggy Pop, The Last Shadow Puppets & more. But then of course…