Monday, January 31, 2022

DJ Interviews Sofa City Sweetheart,

 Here's my interview with the band Sofa City Sweetheart.

How'd you get started in music?

I started playing trumpet in 6th grade band. I wanted to play drums at first, but somehow ended up playing trumpet for around 15+ years or so! Also, my dad is a musician and my siblings played instruments too, so music was often around me as a kid.

Who are your inspirations or influences?
I studied music history, so I appreciate great songwriters/composers from any era, but I'm partial to 60s & 70s pop/rock. My favorites are probably The Kinks and The Beach Boys, plus 90s/00s alternative and indie rock!

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?
Listen to and study as much music as you can, especially stuff that has endured the test of time. There are amazing songs from every decade, in many genres and styles, you just have to find them. Let them inspire and guide you.

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?
Apart from being a multi-instrumentalist and producer/engineer, I'd like to think I have a unique songwriting voice. There aren't many people writing the same style of songs I do these days. Also people tend to like my voice, which can sound unique (hopefully in a good way!)

Any new gigs or albums in the future?
Gigs have halted since COVID times, but hopefully will pick back up this year. And I've started planning a new album, but will be releasing some singles and covers before that. Keep in touch with me on to get the scoop!


Special thanks to them for this interview & I wish them lick in their music. So until then I'll catch you on The Flipside! Stay awesome & rock n roll!

Sunday, January 30, 2022

DJ Interviews: The Dude

 Here's my interview with a singer who answers to The Dude

1. I got started in the 8th grade I just picked up a guitar and started playing covers of songs, sometime in the 10th grade I started writing my own stuff and I’ve just been playing ever since. 

2. My main influences have always been my choir teachers, their teachings have always inspired me to do something more with my voice. I would also have to say that my dad is another big influence, the music that he listens to has always influenced what I want my music to sound like. 

3. I would say be yourself don’t pretend to be something you’re not, and make the music that you want. 

4. I set myself apart by just being me, I’m young and pretty dumb sometimes but I use that to connect with a young audience. 

5. I’ve taken a break from music to focus on my schoolwork so no new music for the time being, but hopefully in the future I’ll release something for everyone to hear. 

Saturday, January 29, 2022

DJ Interviews: Darren Mason

 Here's my interview with rapper Darren Mason

How'd you get started in music? 
As a child (aged 11) I always sang silly songs as a child, making up ramdom songs and backings on a rubbish old keyboard - I started playing the tuba in school an spent many years playing in symphonic bands, brass bands and orchestras. My secondary school had a good music teacher. In my adult life i continued to experiment with DJing, a making beats before finding a passionion from performing and song writing. Co-Formed a band and did some gigs around london - the passion never left and i still love performing and songwriting.

Who are your inspirations or influences? 
So many over the years MJ, Prince, Madonna from my childhood, Stevie Wonder, Amazing! Love Jungle & Hardcore in my early days... Mos Def for his flow, Busta from his imagination, Massive Attack were a massive influence in terms of the darkness I enjoy in music, Bjork also for her originality, Tina Turner /Beyonce for her Energy, King Krule for his character, Kendrick Lemar for storytelling and lyrical content, - I'm a lover of all types of music really, i think studying it has exposed me to much.

When I go on stage I try to invoke the energy of Prince - He was the best performer I have ever seen - Confident, talented with Swag. I love the way he flipped between vocal styles and instruments. I have been a Music Teacher in Schools, Colleges and Universities and have been in contact with so many talented students and musicians - Seeing them do well is inspirational - the level of talent is amazing out there. They have inspired me to always do better. In modern time I really like Pa Salieu, Berwyn, Sault,

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?
Stay true to yourself - Make your music about being more of yourself - Also reflect on why you want to do it in the first place, it can get hard in this industry and ego can be put through a roller-coaster ride - The love of music should be the only main focus, the other stuff is somewhat secondary... 

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?
My presence I feel - I'm 6 foot 5 and have a big voice - I don't mind using it and willing to wear my heart on my sleeve ... I try to embrace and enhance my individualism truly. However - I do believe that everyone has their own persona and thing that sets them apart.

Any new gigs or albums in the future?
Its going to be a big(ger) year as I have a 10 song album coming in maybe may or june this year. I have named it  'It's Only your Mind That Lets you Down' which sometime what i think - defo a lifelong dream that is coming true. The first Single 'Like a Bear with a Big Axe is to be released on 18th February 2022 - I plan to do some gigs to perform the songs old and new and build my audience but still thinking about the right approach for this - I really want to get into the creation and promoting shows for myself and other bands - Promoters can sometimes try to make money out of you and the focus can be lost. I want to create a good product where all can get paid fairly for the years of investment. Will keep you updated 

Friday, January 28, 2022

DJ Interviews: Ian Patron

 Here's my interview with singer Ian Patrol

How'd you get started in music?

I used to make TV documentaries and after work would fire up my sampler and just try and make music that I wished other people would make.  Stuff that was schizo and choppy and not about the conventional boys with guitars model.  Eventually I had enough songs and sent a demo off to a few labels and it just kinda grew and grew from there

Who are your inspirations or influences?

My bloody valentine, roxanne shante, ennio morricone,  axelrod, boards of Canada, Vince guaraldi, Italian sound tracks, the meters, Shirley elis

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

Don't worry to much about shredding and being amazing at Yr instrument.  Its more about taking an angle. A view point. There's so much that hasn't been tried yet. The hard part is dreaming up a new approach.  So less shredding. More angle

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

It's not a conscious thing but I think we do have a definite sound that is instantly recognisable and I think  that's a good goal for a band to have.  That comes from a particular sense of melody but also the trashy production  and palette of particular instruments like blaring trumpets and distorted drums.

Any new gigs or albums in the future?

The last album Get up Sequences Part 1 came out last July so now we're working on part 2.  Should be out early next year..

Thursday, January 27, 2022

DJ Interviews: Starlight Band


Hey there everyone, here's my interview with the singer named Chris who plays in a band called Starlight. Enjoy!

How'd you get started in music?
I was 7 years old and we used to spend Saturday mornings visiting my grandfather. They had an upstairs room they used to store all kinds of things and it was never heated. I found an acoustic guitar with a vinyl record that said "Learn to play guitar." I've played ever since. I don't think I started singing until high school when we could never find a vocalist. I naively thought if I wrote the music no one would know if I messed up while singing it so I stepped up to the mic. 

Who are your inspirations or influences?
I think just about everything is an inspiration or influence. I love most genres of music and I look at each one as a way to learn something new. I've really embraced synths, sound effects, and loops in my music which isn't typical for my genre because I listen to so much. 

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?
You have to practice and surround yourself with better musicians. I never want to be the best in the room- I hope I am the worst! That way you get good feedback, you learn new things, and you are pushed to go beyond your limits. If you do that everyday there's no helping the fact that you will improve. Hold on to your beliefs, but find a producer you trust. Remember someone with 20 or 30 years more experience than you has certainly done something right.

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?
I think I've matured as a songwriter and in arrangements. My path took me from NY Hardcore, to punk, to pop-punk and emo. You can't perform that stuff anymore once you get out of your 20's so I tried to take those genres and push them towards a more mature sound. The elements are still there, but lyrics are deeper and less focused on the immediate and the arrangements are more sophisticated now. 

Any new gigs or albums in the future?

We just released Push Me - a short power pop tune. We have 3 more singles scheduled to release through June!0

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

DJ Interviews: Scoopski

 Hers my interview with Scoopski

How'd you get started in music?

The thing that got me really into music was hearing Good Charlotte. I heard "Lifestyles of The Rich and Famous" on the radio one day in 2002, and fell in love. From there, I bought their albums, and slowly got into more pop-punk like Green Day, blink-182, Simple Plan, and Sum 41. 

The following year I saw Good Charlotte live in Philly and that concert made me want to start playing music. I decided to start with drums, and I had a cousin who had just started playing guitar at the same time. We started jamming with each other, and eventually started our own silly pop-punk band, called Renegade Milkmen.

I soon came to realize when we were putting songs together that I had a soft spot not just for drumming but also for songwriting and melodies. So once I had my first job at Arby's, I bought a cheap beginners acoustic guitar with my first paycheck and slowly learned how to play powerchords and the intro to "El Scorcho" by Weezer.

Time went on, and I began writing my own little songs here and there. Renegade Milkmen ended, but I joined another band as a drummer and also backup singer. This was what made me want to improve my voice and got me interested in singing techniques. I took voice lessons and fell in love with harmonizing. I got heavily into The Beatles and Beach Boys around this time period.

My songwriting was slowly improving, and eventually a couple songs I wrote were performed with my band. One of those tracks, called "Miles", has a Scoopski iteration on the album "BAD THINGS HAPPEN IN PHILADELPHIA".

That band eventually ended over creative differences, but from that the band split in two and another was formed. For this band, I was solely the frontman/lead singer. It was during this band that I met the other member of Scoopski, my wife (Mrs. Scoopski). She was our keyboard player and a songwriter, and today she plays keys, synth, writes, and sings in a huge majority of Scoopski tracks.

That band ended around 2014, and some time went by. I played drums again in a Beatles cover band for about a year, but for the most part I was pretty stagnant with music for about half a decade.

That ended in 2019, when Mrs. Scoopski and I bought a house. I went down into our basement one summer day, plugged in my guitar, and just started playing. Ever since that day, the songs just haven't stopped coming. I've gotten better and better at recording and mixing, and that brings us to current day, 2 and a half years later, we're about to release the 3rd Scoopski album.

Who are your inspirations or influences?

I mentioned a lot of them in the intro, but I have a lot of different influences from all over the rock map, but the thing that seems to be common amongst all of them is strong melody and harmony.

Some of my biggest influences are: Weezer, The Beatles, Good Charlotte, Oasis, Green Day, ABBA, Grouplove, The Ramones, and The Beach Boys.

Because of the myriad of pop culture references and light hearted subjects of a lot of Scoopski tracks, some artists that Scoopski gets compared to frequently are acts such as Nerf Herder, Fountains of Wayne, Motion City Soundtrack, Bowling For Soup, and They Might Be Giants. These acts are also definitely big influences, for sure. I think having a good sense of humor is a big plus.

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

Don't be afraid to "go there". If something seems uncomfortable to you, that doesn't mean you shouldn't do it. It more likely means you SHOULD, because it's something that will make you special.

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

As I said in the last answer, I believe that in Scoopski's music, we do "go there". There's no topic out of bounds. We have songs about MySpace and mermaids, then we have songs about infertility and anxiety disorders. We have songs about cats, and we have songs about caffeine addiction. 

I think this definitely sets us apart in some way.

Any new gigs or albums in the future

Glad you asked! We have a new album dropping on February 2nd, 2022 called "SEE YOU SOON" on all streaming services! Look for it, it's rad!

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

DJ Interviews: Mad Symphony

 Here's my interview with Ted Tosoff of the band Mad Symphony

How'd you get started in music?  


Everyone in the band has played for many years, for me it was family piano lessons and than playing in the high school band program. Many years of playing in many bands, and the desire is still there.

Who are your inspirations or influences?  The Beatles, the Who, Rush, Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?
Do what you love to play and stick with it.

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?   Not sure if we do.   But i think we bring some well written songs that have a lot of similar feelings and sounds like a good pot of stew.

Any new gigs or albums in the future. Like most bands out there, we’re waiting for the world to get back on track, Our latest single is ‘ Do it all over Again “. Thanks.

Monday, January 24, 2022

DJ Interviews: Millenium Theory

Heres my iterview with band. Millenium Theory 

1.Our Band Start From 2013 for Blossom Shymphony Album and We start in Our local Area in Indonesia, basically our Genre is Progressive Rock/Metal - 
And Focus for 2 Year We Start Tour Asia 2015 With New Member in Drum and Bass. 

2. We Have Some many influence, from New Genre until Or Revolution Genre.
Sample like : 
Dream Theatre / Mr. Big / Skid row /Sepultura and Napalm Dead - amd many More.
And new Sound like Lamb Of God, Arch Enemy and Post Rock Genre.

3.the Big Dream is We Still Waiting is Tour Europe has been Postponed, and cancel from 2019 because Corona Virus, and We still Promoted Our New Album BELIEVE Was Release on 2021 Last Year, and We Won So many Award From Around The World. And still working Progress with Our Album.

4. For New Gigs We still Waiting From Our Management For Tour 2022 and We still Play in Some Small Stage or Acoustic in Our Local Area ( Indonesia ) and We Still Planning Our the Third Album We Call Revolution Idiot....

Sunday, January 23, 2022

DJ Interviews Caraline Sweet

 Here's my interview with singer Caraline Sweet

How'd you get started in music?

I always loved music and singing! As a kid I’d always sing along to movies or to the radio, and always looked forward to singing in school choirs as I got older. Growing up I adored musical theatre I was always a theatre kid. I did a lot of musical theatre and started taking voice lessons in high school and then years later after college. To this day I still have a singing coach and love singing and songwriting. 

Who are your inspirations or influences?

There’s quite a list! I look for and find inspiration in many things. There’s a ton of musicians and performers out there all doing their thing and sharing it all with others, and I just think that’s amazing. The power music and live performance can have is truly remarkable and inspirational! 

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

Just do it, enjoy every minute of it! Just put yourself out there and continue doing what you love no matter what! 

If you’re struggling with stage fright or confidence, don’t let fear hold you back from putting yourself out there. The more you do it, the easier it gets and the better you’ll get as a performer. There’s also wonderful communities of other artists and performers out here who are so supportive, positive and helpful who we as artists can always turn to for guidance and advice too! 

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

I try not to think about that too much if I’m being honest. Everyone has their own unique gifts and we all bring something different and special to our music as singers and musicians. I just try to be the best I can be and focus on improving, learning and growing as an artist. I just try to be honest and authentic and share my music and songs with the audience/listeners. I also love connecting to the audience and listeners and sharing in the experience together! 

Any new gigs or albums in the future

I haven’t performed in a while, but would love to do more performances in the future if ever given the opportunity. But, I do have some music that will be coming out pretty soon which I’m really excited! Lots of song covers, singing roles in some projects I’m cast in and my first ever EP which I’m hoping to release sometime later this year. Stay tuned on my social media to stay updated! 

Saturday, January 22, 2022

DJ Interviews: Orange Creek Riders


Here's my interview with Darren Soto of The Orange Creek Riders band

How'd you get started in music?

I started singing while I was mowing our lawn as a kid. First it was covers and then I started writing my own songs. I eventually picked up a little rhythm guitar and started playing in bands in high school, college and law school. We started Orange Creek Riders back in 2013 to play Central Florida themed folk rock originals at local festivals.

Who are your inspirations or influences?

This is definitely a Florida-heavy list. Tom Petty and Jimmy Buffet, plus the Lumineers, The Cure, among others. You can't help living in the Margaritaville state and without feeling the influence. 

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

Play music because you love it. Find your unique voice. You do these things and play long enough. People will start to notice. Whatever you do. Don't give up!

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

First we focus many of our songs on Central Florida themes like beaches, summer, ranches, citrus groves and the diversity of our home. We focus local but our music is heard around the world.

Second we engage in political causes pretty frequently related to civil rights, promoting the arts and campaigns. Our band consists of a member of Congress (singer, songwriter, guitarist) and a congressional staffer (harmonica), as well as politically active bassist and drummer. We lean left.

Any new gigs or albums in the future

We plan to play Delandapalooza in April and Orlando Fringe Festival in May. Hopefully we will play a few gigs in February or March to support local causes too.

We just released "Drifting On Away" this week. This ethereal ballad is the stuff that dreams are made of. It's the last of the Vision Singles (3 in all), which were all inspired during the twilight between awake and sleep. Next we will be releasing the Sunny Singles starting likely in early April.

Special thanks to them for this interview & I wish him & his band luck in their music. So until then I'll catch you on The Flipside! Stay awesome & rock n roll!

Friday, January 21, 2022

DJ Interviews: John Ashraf

Here's my interview with musician & singer John Ashraf 

 I started music when i was at my last year of elementary school as a guitar player then get evolved more and played in some local church bands and then i started music production 4 years ago for my guitar covers then started making originals two years ago . 

My inspiration is new music from other artists and i love so many genres and i can classify myself as a multi-genre artists , but my greatest influence is my culture. 

I love to put some ethnic vibes to my tracks and the upcoming tracks are with more of this flavour. I work with a mix engineer, Mark Kamry , an amazing and talented friend. 

Also, I collaborated with so many artists: Ahmed Mustafa (Lyricist) , Marina Lother (Vocalist) , AJ Shadow (Music Producer) , and many more in the coming tracks. 

My advise for other artists is to find their own sounds and to be consistent no matter the outcome is as there will be some obstacles facing all of us as new artists but we need not to stray away from music.

My coming gigs and tracks are : Trap EP , Progressive House track , and An Album 

Special thanks to him for this interview & I wish him lots of luck on his music. So until then I'll catch you on The Flipside! Stay awesome & rock n roll!

Thursday, January 20, 2022

DJ Interviews: Steve Deeley

 Here's my interview with DJ Steve Deeley enjoy.

How'd you get started in music?

I’ve always been obsessed with music from a very young age but didn’t start making music until 3 years ago. I’ve always had loads of ideas for songs and after acquiring some production equipment, I started turning these into reality.


Who are your inspirations or influences?

I’ve collected over 40 years of different genres of dance music including Disco, Electro, Break Dance, Chicago House, Acid, Techno, Trance and more recent EDM.  I also enjoy New Romance/Wave bands including The Human League, Soft Cell, OMD, Depeche Mode & New Order.  I don't mind a bit of rock also. My wife walked down the aisle to Lenny Kravitz and I'm having The Foo fighters at my funeral lol.  


What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

Try to keep your feet on the ground and try not to compromise your principles and integrity.  It's a dog-eat-dog music industry and I would try to learn as much about it as you can.  Keep in mind that a record contract is only a loan and there are a lot of people who need to be paid.  If you don't make the sales, then you could end up owing them money.  Most of all enjoy what you do!


How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

The beauty of being an independent artist is I can musically do what I want.  I've crossed multiple genres by making synthpop, slow ballads, EDM and spoken word hip hop.  I've got a wealth of experience listening to all kinds of music, so I know what sounds good (I think).


Any new gigs or albums in the future?

I usually release a single every month or so, which eventually ends up being an album.  I think the days of an artist sitting in a studio creating an album in one go and releasing it, are numbered.  With all the different ways of making music plus so many different music platforms and streaming services available, everything is now much more flexible.


I don't have plans to gig at the moment, unless one of my new dance tracks called "Let Me Be" does well in the Summer and I get invited to play in one of the dance music holiday resorts, like Ibiza!

Special thanks to him for doing this interview & I wish him luck on his music. So until then I'll catch you on The Flipside! Stay awesome & rock n roll!

Saturday, January 15, 2022

DJ Interviews: Todd & Karen

 Heres my interview with Todd & Karen

How'd you get started in music?
Growing up in Norway and Ireland, we had two different starting points. Øyvind (aka Todd) started playing horns in the local brass band and had a couple of ad hoc bands, before starting the Norwegian language folk pop band Sugar Plum Fairies and releasing an album that got some attention and radio play back in 2005. Ina (aka Karen) is a classically trained violinist and pianist at the Cork School of Music, Ireland. Apart from that she enjoys playing the ukulele, something the band will be utilizing more on future recordings. 

Who are your inspirations or influences?
Our influences are pretty varied. As anyone listening to our music would probably agree, The Beatles loom large. We're both total Beatles nuts, and our songs often go in a Britpop direction, whether we'd like to or not. We're also very inspired by quirky comedy. Queen is a fantastic inspiration. More recent bands like Blur, Oasis, Suede, Pulp and The Divine Comedy are all huge inspirations as well. Neil Hannon's wonderful mix of quirky lyrics and beautiful, haunting melodies is quite sublime. 

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?
Follow your own vibe. Do your thing. Don't try to streamline it too much. Don't be too preoccupied with fitting into a specific genre. With the streaming age upon us,  it doesn't matter if one song flops. It's like we're back in the 50s again that way. The single is king. The next one might be the one that makes you. So you have time to find your style. You can experiment. 

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?
Having grown up in Norway and Ireland respectively, we probably have our countries very rich traditional music heritage in our backbone. Coupled with an obsession for Britpop, it creates quite a remarkable sound, we think. We plan to include some traditional Norwegian fiddle on one of our upcoming songs. 

Any new gigs or albums in the future?

The immediate plan is to go back to the studio in early February. We are going to cut two new tracks with our super producer Sigve Høghaug. They are quite different. One is a country rock stomper called "L12", and another is a jolly, poppy, 60s vibe Britpop tune entitled "Blackpool Lights". We're also working with our good friend Paul Bernard - Norway's hardest working indie musician, whose output is immense...he's working on an exciting remix for us. We hope that happens in the summer. And then hopefully we'll end the year with a couple of new singles. All our songs - in a bit of Bowie inspired whimsy - are set in this fictional universe of ours, called Beardsley Boulevard. There might be a compilation album after this initial run of singles, set in that world. 

Special thanks to them for this interview & I wish them lots of luck in their music.  So until then I'll catch you on The Flipside! stay awesome & rock n roll!

Thursday, January 6, 2022

DJ Interviews: Man Goes Human

 Heres my interview with Man Goes Human

How'd you get started in music?
-Started out as a pastime when a friend called us to play for an NGO (where he worked) and 6 years later we're doing a shoot for a Netflix original starring Chris Hemsworth! Life is funny!

Who are your inspirations or influences?
-It's all over the musical realm, we listen to all genres, from classical to a lot of noir artists. Helps to add freshness to our music.

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?
-Advice to aspiring performers is to be authentic and work hard. In the end, its always about the people around you. Ego kills so many bands it's unreal! Sustenance is more important than fame, that's what binds you together!

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?
-Our strongly varying influences give us a myriad view of what we can bring together on the table. As individuals, we have very distinct personalities, and hence try to merge our influences to bring those out innovatively. Which also creates 'Our sound'. Groovy music, meaningful lyrics, merging electronica with indie lo-fi, powerful stage shows, use of various languages and phrases, we try to push our boundaries all the time!

Any new gigs or albums in the future?
-We're planning to resume our South East Asia tours, however there's a lot of uncertainty as our last tours of Vietnam & North East India got canceled due to Covid. Hoping for the best!

Our website:

Monday, January 3, 2022

DJ Interviews: Dead Coyote

Hey there guys, heres my interview with the band Dead Coyote 

1. How'd you get started in music?

My introduction to music came at an early age. I'd always been surrounded by music when I was younger and grew up in a household playing everything from Bowie and Aretha Franklin to Velvet Undeground and Roxy music. It always stuck with me and when I got my first guitar at 10 I started to really develop my love of music and began romantisizing the idea of being in bands and writing songs which I started properly doing around 13. It all kinda took off from there and started an obsession that's grown ever since!

2. Who are your inspirations or influences?

I think among us we have quite a diverse range of bands that inspire us. We love everything from Queens of the stone age, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, to Tool, Black Sabbath and loads more! I think those influences have definitely informed our approach to our songs and what we want sonically. It's allowed us to chase the sounds and ideas that excite us which has made song writing so fulfilling.

3. What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

I think our advice would be to not feel hesitant about starting if it feels at all daunting to begin with. Whether it's being in a band, learning an instrument or any other kind of creative craft, the process of learning, developing and performing is so exciting and addictive. Playing in bands with your mates making music you love is an incomparable feeling and if there's anyone that wants that push to find their path in music or performance then we want to offer all the encouragement in the world for what it's worth!

Our drummer says practice practice practice is the most important thing of all as a band and individually as it allows you to be confident in your craft and fulfill the potential of each piece you're creating.

4. How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

I don't think we've ever attempted to compare ourselves to any other performers or bands but from our perspective we practice thoroughly and are always committed to being as tight as possible. I've always taken the approach that with every show it is both essential and a responsibility to give everything and put the best show possible on. We always want our next show to be the best and tightest we've ever played and I think that endless desire to play to those standards has always kept us working hard as a band.

5. Any new gigs or albums in the future?

We have some exciting stuff coming up next year! We're gearing up for a single release on the 25th February at Audio alongside our good friends The Rhubarb and Black Borrachero! We cannot wait to release some music! We've got some big changes and more releases to follow next year so we can't wait to get going!