What are some themes you try to express through your music? Alienation, love, technology, delusions, faith, ego, sin, paralysis, solipsism, empire, ya know, just the small stuff, nothing too ambitious.
Ahead of her tour, EP release we caught up with Olivia Dean
One of the brightest stars in the UK indie scene
Is he the biggest rising star on the Norfolk music scene right now?
Outline’s Frances Butler Caught up with The Showhawk Duo ahead of their gig at EPIC on September 26th 2021.
‘It was a happy accident’: Ollie Judge of Squid on touring, covid-19 and his creative process.
We caught up with Ida Mae ahead of their Red Rooster appearance, but they are clearly in demand across the UK and USA
Norwich based folk duo Christina Alden and Alex Patterson have been busy during lockdown.
So we caught up with Katie ahead of the release of Album No. 8
We were so pleased to hear about the reopening of Norwich Arts Centre (NAC), as I am sure many of you were. We had a word with Kelly of NAC to find out more >>>
Callum Ritchie caught up Tommy O’Dell from DMA’s about their third studio album ‘The Glow’, sonic shifts and philosophies
A couple of months ago, I caught up with Gary Powell of the Libertines.
Homeskool with a difference
In 2009, he was described by Classic Rock magazine as being “like Brian Eno fronting 10cc at a cleverness convention”. He has just released a new album ‘OMG’ and quite remarkably it’s his ninth to date,
We caught up with Maya ahead of her new single release on April 10th, and later in the year look out for her EP launch
Ahead of their gig in a few days time, 29th Feb at Voodoo Daddy's we caught up with Dingus Khan
Can you highlight any records in particular that you love or are a staple for playing live? Such a difficult question but my favourite artists from the 80’s would include U2, Tears for Fears, Deacon Blue, Bruce Springsteen -
Jon caught up with Jeremy Cunningham bass player of The Levellers ahead of their gig at Nick Rayns UEA on 20th March
Black Midi appeared in what lots of publications like to consider a puff of smoke. In late 2018 and early 2019 murmurings of them could be heard throughout the music scene and a month after their debut album released they were nominated for the Mercury Music Prize. Ahead of their intimate show at the Norwich Arts Centre we had a chat to Geordie, the lead singer of the band.
King Nun really broke out in 2018, but with their latest album ‘Mass’ they’ve matured and really hit their stride. Label mates with the 1975, Japanese House and Wolf Alice, they’re in good company to get some serious traction. In October they played the LCR supporting the Struts, but as they’ll be back in the new year we decided to catch-up with them before they return.
We found out more from Kate Tempest ahead of her gig at Nick Rayns LCR on Friday 8th November
After their critically acclaimed debut album, Snapped Ankles are back touring their brilliantly outlandish second LP....
We spoke to Owen of Hot Chip, ahead of their Norwich gig on October 24that Nick Rayns LCR, UEA
Liverpudlian indie-rock four-piece The Night Café are due to release their anticipated debut album in late August
Find out more about Alan's fascinating life as a musician, manager, record label boss and more
We decided to catch up with Jo Whiley ahead of her 90s Anthems Show at the LCR on June 7th