The Pyramid Stage is just the most epic stage and I couldn't believe they'd even let me stand side-stage, never mind fucking play on the stage!
We’re having more fun playing than ever before. We’re trying to treat everything like it’s a new chapter.
Ultimately we just made music that we both really loved; the fact that people are connecting with it is just amazing.
I thought ‘you can't be playing to the people who make the most noise all the time’, you know.
We used to go out on the piss loads after gigs; ruined a few hotel rooms and stuff!
Sometimes at gigs, me, Dan and Dot will be cracking a few jokes on stage and I think people are quite surprised.
I just saw clothes and making music and art all part of the whole way of expression. It's very important and it's not hurting anyone, so why not?
I honestly couldn’t care less about hipsters. Having your taste chosen by the lack of popularity something has seems fairly pointless.
Up and coming scream metal band SWARMED are ditching sleepy Wymondham for rock and roll infamy ...
"We’ve got these instruments I had custom made - they’re motion sensors, so when I move my hand around in the air above them, it controls different sounds." - Sub Focus talks to Outline's Will.
"Obviously there’s the standard things that tear most bands apart – egos, money and women - but none of things has seemed to bother us" - Robby Tukak on what's kept Goo Goo Dolls strong
"My friends are in bands who are 25 and 26 are much more interesting and articulated, and do less immature stuff than we do!" - Eoin Loveless talks to Outline
"I don’t look at things in the sense of chart positions, or being A-list on the playlist, I just kind of make music and if people like it, they like it..." - Ghostpoet talks to Outline ahead of his NS&V gig
I’ve been burnt – not just from having laser surgery but in life too, and I think it’s really important to not get bitter.
It's nice to get a young crowd. I'd hate turn around and look at the crowd and see all middle-aged men like me. Boogieing like it was back in the day.
Frank Hamilton shares his thoughts ahead of his Norwich tour date...
"As long as I’m inspired, I just aim to keep working and making more music whilst I’ve got that inspiration."
Ellie talks to local pop-punk band Call It Reckless
Pre-designing the music you're gonna make by the set of influences you have is a deathly awful idea. I think the best music that's made now is made in spite of that - just throw away the fucking book.
I think seeing us do these songs live is pretty crucial if you want to get the full, 360-degree, panoramic view of the songs - how they live and breathe
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