Wednesday, 30 October 2013

WATCH YOU FALL: Our interview with Hunt The Rebel, a '6 piece, dual female fronted rock band from Liverpool'!

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1 - What is your earliest musical memory and what pushed you towards perusing a career in the music business?
Lizzy: "I used to sing in primary school in front of everyone. Same goes for high school...and the whole entertaining part I've gained my inspiration from going to gigs, seeing other bands performing live and at one point I just thought 'this is what I want to do'. I've also been involved in drama activities, and the two combined just works! I'm more of an 'entertainer' than someone just sat behind a desk or till."
Christie: "I just sang all the time! Nothing official, just shower singing really! I never saw myself pursuing it until Lizzy kindly invited me to join."
2 - Had you been involved in any other bands or musical ventures before Hunt the Rebel?
Andy: "I wouldn't exactly have called it a band, it was me and two friends that would meet up in a room with instruments, not learn anything, not write anything and didn't even name the band...I never had high hopes if I'm honest."
Mark: "I was playing bass for a band called The Hoplites about a year ago, they're still going strong now with a few line up changes. The main reason I chose to move on from that was that the music we were playing wasn't really what I was wanting to do."
3 - How did Hunt the Rebel begin?
Jordan: "I came along when the band had already been together so I have no clue at all!"
Mark: "It was quite a weird one really, if you trace it right back, Lizzy put a post on facebook asking about forming a band and I jumped at that. Then one day in college a teacher mentioned the idea in relation to a talent show, few line up changes and additions down the line and here we are!"
4 - Where did the name Hunt the Rebel come from?
Connor: "We needed a name and we went through so many possibilities and we decided this worked best."
Lizzy: "I was just experimenting with names, I guess. I like the whole HTR thing, I could just picture it on a T-shirt in all fancy writing as a logo."
5 - How would you describe the sound of Hunt the Rebel?
Andy: "I'd say we were alternative rock, very vague I know but I can't go into anymore detail until I hear more from us."
Christie: "Black progressive vegan lounge core. (Long story)."
6 - Do you have any 'rituals' before you go on stage?
Jordan: "Personally I'd just try not to s**t myself."
Connor: "We haven't played yet but I'm sure there will be some!"
7 - Any live dates coming up?
Christie: "A couple of shindigs at the ol' youth club in the next couple of months!"
Andy: "No fixed dates yet, but a strong possibility of a gig or two in two to three months with a bit of luck."
8 - Any new songs in the pipeline?
Lizzy: "Indeed we do. One in particular, called 'Watch You Fall'. So far, so good."
Mark: "Indeed, that song is pretty much finished now. We have lots of ideas waiting to be used also so hopefully we'll start pumping out quite a few tracks soon."
9 - When can fans expect the next official release?
Andy: "Rumour has it we'll have an EP out in hopefully three to four months, just rumours of course."
Connor: "Probably not for a while yet, I'm afraid."
10 - Who would be your dream collaboration?
Mark: "Ah, I don't know, it depends on what route our music takes I guess - it'd have to be between Paramore and Bullet For My Valentine."
Christie: "Funeral For A Friend. They are amazing."
11 - Who would be in your dream super group?
Jordan: "Wow, Alan Ashby, Oli Sykes, Tony Perry, Sam Bettley and obviously myself!"
Lizzy: "Wow, erm...mixture of Hayley Williams of Paramore, and Linkin Parks' Chester Bennington. Both Bands just would be amazing to jigsaw together, providing both vocalists remain the same."
1 - Favourite Beatle?
Connor: "Paul McCartney."
Christie: "Paul McCartney."
Mark: "John Lennon, any day."
Jordan: "The dung beetle...I joke, John Lennon all the way!"
Andy: "Ringo!"
Lizzy: "Paul McCartney."
2 - Favourite band?
Connor: "Slipknot."
Christie: "Framing Hanley."
Mark: "Paramore."
Jordan: "Asking Alexandria!"
Andy: "Radiohead."
Lizzy: "Enter Shikari."
3 - Favourite new band?
Connor: "Define new? Answer question with question, nice move Connor."
Christie: "Deaf Havana."
Mark: "...Mallory Knox OR While She Sleeps."
Jordan: "I don't really listen to many 'new' bands at the minute."
Andy: "Bullet For My Valentine, if that counts!"
Lizzy: "Deaf Havana."
4 - Favourite song?
Connor: "Before I Forget - Slipknot."
Christie: "Lollipop - Framing Hanley."
Mark: "Renegade - Paramore."
Jordan: "Legacy - Memphis May Fire."
Andy: "The Poison - Bullet For My Valentine."
Lizzy: "Soulmates - Placebo."
5 - Favourite album?
Connor: "Slipknot - Iowa. I've got a feeling that Connor likes Slipknot...just a little."
Christie: "Framing Hanley - The Moment."
Mark: "Going to avoid the obvious favourite band ones here, Trivium - Ascendency."
Jordan: "Asking Alexandria - Reckless & Relentless."
Andy: "Radiohead - In Rainbows."
Lizzy: "Enter Shikari - Take To The Skies."
6 - Vinyl, CD or download?
Connor: "Download."
Christie: "Vinyl!"
Mark: "CD or vinyl."
Jordan: "Download."
Andy: "Download."
Lizzy: "Download."
7 - Style icon?
Connor: "Don't really have one."
Christie: "Avril Lavigne or Kat Von D."
Mark: "None in particular, Serge Pizzorno is pretty cool though."
Jordan: "Matty Mullins."
Andy: "I don't really have one."
Lizzy: "Amy Lee or Hayley Williams."

8 - Favourite clothing brand?
Connor: "River Island."
Christie: "Banned."
Mark: "Topman, I guess."
Jordan: "Band merch."
Andy: "If I like it, I wear it!"
Lizzy: "Drop Dead or Criminal Damage."
9 - Favourite film?
Connor: "Dark Knight Rises."
Christie: "Pirates Of The Caribbean - Dead Man's Chest."
Mark: "Lord Of The Rings, any of the three!"
Jordan: "In Brogue."
Andy: "Pan's Labyrinth."
Lizzy: "The Hunger Games."
10 - Favourite TV show?
Connor: "Big Bang Theory."
Christie: "LA Ink."
Mark: "I really don't watch TV much, but I'll swear by Family Guy."
Jordan: "How I Met Your Mother."
Andy: "Game Of Thrones."
Lizzy: "Game Of Thrones."

11 - Who would play you in a film of your life?
Connor: "Jack Black."
Christie: "Drew Barrymore."
Mark: "Kristen Stewart."
Jordan: "Jason Bourne!"
Andy: "Judy Dench..."
Lizzy: "Ellen Page."

12 - Favourite food?
Connor: "Pizza."
Christie: "Pizza, one hundred per cent."
Mark: "Pasta."
Jordan: "FRENCH. SOUP."
Andy: "Pizza."
Lizzy: "Pizza."

13 - Football team?
Connor: "Liverpool FC."
Christie: "Liverpool."
Mark: "Liverpool, born and bred!"
Jordan: "I despise football with a passion."
Andy: "Don't really follow football but, Liverpool."
Lizzy: "Liverpool."
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Tuesday, 29 October 2013

PREACHER LOVER: We review Mamas Lips latest single and have a chat to Jack and Scott as well!

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So, here it is, the return of Mamas Lips - a brand new single recorded at Abbey Road supported by a sold out launch party in their hometown of Southampton. The single features two rocking tracks - the A-side, 'Preacher Lover' and the B-side, 'She's Alright'. The two tracks provide a great continuation from Mama Lips' debut EP that was released earlier this year. They seem to delve even further into the blues rock psyche that they explored on the 'Take It Easy' EP. 'Preacher Lover' itself is a hard, fast rock 'n' roll song - fans of Led Zeppelin and The Who will be satisfied here. The track features some punchy, lightning pace drums from Christian Astridge backed up by a slapping bassline from Taz Ghalem. This is all topped off with some superb guitar work and an outstanding vocal delivered by singer and songwriter, Jack Birks. The B-side meanwhile has a short introduction that hints towards The White Stripes or The Jim Jones Revue. However, these comparisons are short lived as Mister Scott Kellaway takes centre stage with the finest example of harmonica playing of the 21st century thus far! Outstanding! This leaves the listener thinking more of the early R&B of the Stones and the Kinks. These two tracks leave us eagerly awaiting the next release from this Southampton four piece. Great stuff!
1 – What is ‘Preacher Lover’ about and what influenced the song?
Jack: "The song is influenced by southern American rock I would say. Not necessarily lyrically but definitely in the music. It's about being tired and desperate I suppose more than anything else. That's what all good rock 'n' roll is centred around."
2 – What is ‘She’s Alright’ about and what influenced the song?
Jack: "'She's Alright' is hugely influenced by fifties rock 'n' roll. Especially the Chess Records stuff. Muddy Walters, Little Walter, Howlin' Wolf etc. I haven't really thought about what the song means. I'll leave people to make up their own mind on that one."
3 – ‘Preacher Lover’ was recorded at Abbey Road Studios. How did this come about?
Jack: "A friend of ours actually works there and when he heard our music he liked it enough to invite us up when they had some free time and weren't busy. And it didn't cost us a penny so it turned out to be the cheapest recording session we have ever done strangely enough."
Scott: "Yeah, we were lucky enough to have a friend, Matt Jones, who has a job there as an engineer. He's recorded us before and has come to a few of our shows. It just so happened they had a quiet weekend up there and he invited us up for a day session."
4 – How did it feel recording in such a legendary studio?
Jack: "As you can imagine it was amazing. The track was done in Studio 3 which is the same room as 'Wish You Were Here' by Pink Floyd was recorded amongst many Beatles overdubs and so many other artists. So just to be there and soak up the atmosphere was incredible."
Scott: "Surreal! It didn't really hit me until I walked through the doors. I felt star struck just to be playing and walking around in the same rooms as so many of the greats that have recorded there. It was such a privilege."
5 – The artwork for this single and your ‘Take It Easy’ EP are both impressive. Is the artwork important to you?
Jack: "It was important for the artwork to stand out for us. We wanted them to be different, but similar enough to each other so that people can tell they are both done by the same band. It's our brand if you like. Something that many bands overlook."
Scott: "The artwork is done by another pal Adam Weekes who designed our logo. We gave him a general theme for the title track and he came up with the EP cover. Then when it came to the single cover we wanted to keep it a similar theme. We felt it was important to keep to the same fonts and borders in all our artwork so people recognise it as our work straight off the cuff."

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Monday, 28 October 2013

DEVILANGEL: Our interview with the amazing DC Fontana!

1 - What was your earliest musical memory and what pushed you towards pursuing a career in the music industry?
"Earliest musical memory would be hearing my mum’s Everly Brothers and Jim Reeves records then getting into the Beatles aged ten and totally immersing myself in the outbreak of punk a year later! No one but myself pushed me towards the music industry - my parents had a typically old fashioned view and actively discouraged me from making a racket which of course only served to make me more determined to make a bigger, louder racket."
2 - Had you been involved in any other band prior to DC Fontana?
"Sure did - most of my earliest bands were just group names and make-believe...most were just band names and never even met but in the eighties I was in The Dream Factory who had a minor flirtations with the charts when we signed to northern soul label Inferno, run by Neil Rushton. I have never been outside of a music-making project in my adult years. Scott Riley, who is the DC organ player, was a member of Spectrum and E.A.R., the offshoot projects of Pete Kember’s Spacemen 3, whereas Donald Ross Skinner was Julian Cope’s long term right hand man, guitarist and producer."
3 - How did DC Fontana begin?
"The band evolved from a previous one called The Lovebirds in the nineties and was initially just an excuse to socialise, write songs and have some fun with my hometown mates. In fact our story doesn’t follow the norm and it took quite a while before it really became a serious band. We have continually evolved and enjoyed different line ups which have helped keep the project totally viable, fresh and ever moving forward. The blueprint remains constant but it is constantly and freely re-designed."
4- Where did the name DC Fontana come from?
"Our original guitarist Neil Jones came up with the idea to name ourselves after Dorothy Fontana, the “Star Trek” script writer from Hollywood and she recently contacted us to say she is honoured we did so - in fact she lectures at the American Film Institute these days and often wears her DC Fontana shirt which is great!"
5 - How would you describe the sound of DC Fontana?
"It’s turned-on music to shake your hips and pluck your heartstrings but I don’t see it as being any particular genre really or allied to any kind of movement. We filter the joy and pain of everyday life through a kaleidoscope of an ever-changing sonic arsenal and the music is as urban as Harry Palmer and as pagan and hallucinatory as Lord Summerisle."
6 - Your recent EP is called ‘Pentagram Man’. Where did this title come from and why did you choose it?
"The EP is named after its title track, a song I wrote about an imaginary character from Birmingham who fooled himself into thinking he’s a serious magus of consequence. He wrongly thinks he is related to the occultist Aleister Crowley, is convinced he fought in the Vietnam War and lives his life at a frenetic pace because he is terrified that if he slows down someone will be able to laugh right in his face but no one likes to be humiliated do they? So a speedy life keeps the chavvy haters at bay, at least so he thinks. This delusional and eccentric loner, whose interest in black magic stems more from reading Dennis Wheatley novels than any real esoteric knowledge, is ostracised from his neighbourhood because he doesn’t fit the bill, has no friends, no money, lives on the outer periphery of society and feels sad when people poke fun at him. He could be your uncle or your old school teacher or the sad, silent drunk who sits in the corner of your local boozer. He might even be you. The song was allegorical, lamenting humanity’s ability to fool ourselves about all manners of things while also celebrating eccentricity and sticking up for those who live and turn far from the mainstream of society’s usual orbit."
7 - ‘DevilAngel’ is an anthemic track from this EP. What influenced this song and what is it about?
"On one level it is a twisted love song a drawn from my own personal experience while on another it concerns itself with the paradoxes within us all: the good and bad, the dark and light, the yin and yang that affect the human experience. It’s about dealing with those contradictory forces and the interconnecting and interdependence of them with everything around us as well as plugging myself into the cosmos. I get wary of talking about this because I don’t want to come over like a pretentious tosser but there' an ancient heathen overtone to the lyrics underpinned by a chant in the middle of the song which name checks some of the old deities, namely Isis, Astarte, Diana, Hekate, Demeter, Kali and Inanna. We used a really unusual collection of instruments on the track which makes it stand out a little so you get the usual guitars, drums, retro organ and horns plus a cimbalom which is a Hungarian hammered dulcimer famous for the theme tune of 'The Ipcress File', a Chinese yangqin, autoharp plus orchestral reeds like cor anglais, oboe and flute. We are always keen to use different sounds."
8 - You are currently working on a new album. What can fans expect from this?
"Well it’s right at the earliest stage so we’re still developing it but the record will sound radically different to the first album ‘Six Against Eight’ and we’re definitely pushing back the boundaries and striking out. Of course we have a different line up to that on the debut record and DC Fontana has always been about evolving, never standing still and staying fresh and viable so no two records of ours will sound the same. The first thing people will notice is it will be less brassy than previous records and it’s fair to say it will be a natural progression from the ‘Pentagram Man EP'. The songs are more organic and rooted in an earthier vibe, more guitar-orientated plus we are using quite a bit of mellotron and people will hear plenty more vocal harmonies. There’s more magic flowing and as with all DC records there will be many twists, turns, unexpected flavours and surprises as we have always enjoyed experimenting and refusing to stick to cosy little generic expectations. We are hopeful of having at least one major surprise on the album. I’m proud we’ve got this reputation of putting out really well recorded, well-written and produced material and I’m very excited with the new stuff - it’s a lysergic leap forward. Having our producer Donald now playing a heavily active role as our new guitarist will reap dividends & anyone who knows of his work with Julian Cope will clearly hear that across the new album. Songwriting wise the tunes are from me and Scott plus Donald and we have a very large pool of tunes being recorded right now."
9 - Do you have any 'rituals' before you go on stage?
"If you believe some of the hysterical press we’ve had you’d think we might sacrifice an animal or drink a chalice of blood or something equally satanic and deeply rock 'n' roll haha! But actually no, I can’t think of any regular rite we get hooked into. Personally I like to find a little space for a minute or two of peace to clear my head a bit before I go on. Tuning the guitar often helps too."
10 - Any live dates coming up?
"Because the band has been going through personnel changes in 2013 and because I’ve had a difficult time in my personal life we’ve had our quietest ever year yet but 2014 will be a much busier, happening time for us and we will be on our travels again. That said we have a handful of gigs between now and the end of the year so people should check out our website for more information. It will get much busier as we build to the next record plus we are going to be doing some more gigs with former Sorrows singer Don Fardon joining us on stage."
11 - Any new songs in the pipeline?
"Speaking personally I am writing more songs now than I have ever done. Most never see the light of the day as we do have a good sense of quality control but the creativity flowing among myself, Scott and Donald right now is electrifying. The songs for the next album are without question the best DC tunes yet."
12 - When can fans be expecting the next release?
"Difficult to put any approximate release date on the next album as we’ve only  just begun recording it and like most bands out there we’re struggling financially and fighting against an imploded music industry. But we are hopeful that it may be ready for public consumption next summer or autumn - watch this space!"
13 - Who would be your dream collaboration?
"Scott Walker."
14 - Who would be in your dream supergroup?
"On vocals Nico and Scott Walker on different tunes! On guitar and vocals Syd Barrett of The Pink Floyd, on guitar Will Sergeant of Echo & The Bunnymen, on bass Larry Graham Jnr. of Sly & The Family Stone, on drums Pete de Freitas of Echo & The Bunnymen and on keys Brian Auger. I'd also have backing vocals from The Dedrick family (The Free Design) with regular guest spots from Jason Pierce (Spiritualized), Tom Verlaine (Television) and Lætitia Sadier (Stereolab)."
1 - Favourite Beatle?
2 - Favourite band?
"Echo & The Bunnymen."
3 - Favourite new band?
"Plastic Palace People."
4 - Favourite song?
"Passionate Friend - Teardrop Explodes."
5 - Favourite album?
"Piper At The Gates Of Dawn (The Pink Floyd)."
6 - Vinyl, CD or download?
"Personally vinyl as I like the tangible piece of art aspect of it, the size of the sleeve etc. as much as the sound but DC release all our music on all three formats to keep all satisfied."
7 - Style icon?
"Norman Wisdom."
8 - Favourite clothing brand?
"I don't have one."
9 - Favourite film?
"Daisies (directed by Věra Chytilová)."
10 - Favourite TV show?
"The Prisoner (Patrick McGoohan)."
11 - Who would play you in a film of your life?
"McGoohan if he was alive!"
12 - Favourite food?
"No number one fave-rave but I am a committed long-term vegetarian."
13 - Football team?
"Aston Villa."
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Sunday, 27 October 2013

MONKEY TROUSERS: Our interview with Glenn from Groovy Uncle!

Photo: Our next interview with beat band Groovy Uncle will be posted shortly! Watch this space! AB Records
1 - What was your earliest musical memory and what pushed you towards pursuing a career in the music industry?
"The earliest songs I really remember noticing were 'The Ballad Of Bonnie And Clyde' by Georgie Fame, 'Little Arrows' by Leapy Lee and 'Hey Jude' by The Beatles. I had a plastic Beatles toy guitar which I still have today, though it's pretty battered. Music has always been the most important thing in my life but I never even considered joining or forming a band until my late teens. Bands and writing songs were something 'other people' were involved in and I didn't think I had the talent to do it, plus I was extremely shy. Then I saw The Pop Rivets in 1980 and thought 'I could do that'."
2 - Had you been involved in any other band prior to Groovy Uncle?
"My first band was The Offbeats followed by The Kravin' A's, Johnny and the Bandits then Goodchilde. I retired from bands in the late nineties and didn't do anything again until 2009 when we began working on the first Groovy Uncle stuff."
3 - How did Groovy Uncle begin?
"When Goodchilde broke up I didn't have anything to do with bands or live gigs but I DID carry on writing songs - that is something I've always done. I had a lot of time on my hands and was recording demos for my own amusement, some of which I eventually uploaded to MySpace. I hooked up with State Records from there, they liked my stuff and invited me to their studio in Sandgate where we recorded the first vinyl single 'Monkey Trousers' / 'Now Your Pain Is Over'."
4- Where did the name Groovy Uncle come from?
"I once read an article about David Bowie's appearance at an awards ceremony and the critic wrote something along the lines of '....Bowie pranced around the stage like some kind of groovy uncle at a family disco'. I thought it was a good band name so I used it rather than my own name as nobody can spell or pronounce that."
5 - How would you describe the sound of Groovy Uncle?
"Melodic pop. Something for everyone."
6 - Groovy Uncle started as a solo venture. Why has it grown into a band?
"It's never been a set in stone band. It's me and my songs plus a host of fine musicians I am lucky enough to have met over the years. The line-up changes, subject to availability."
7 - What has the band dynamic brought to the music of Groovy Uncle?
"I’ve always seen Groovy Uncle as a project rather than a proper band. We rarely play live and it's all about the songs really. The nice thing about all three albums and two singles we've released thus far is that everyone who's been involved really 'gets it' and is enthusiastic about the whole thing. That is so important and I like to get the right people to play on the right songs. Only Ben Jones could have come up with that haunting lead guitar work on 'No Stone Unturned' but equally it had to be Bruce Brand on 'Look Back And Laugh' and 'Ordinary Day'. I won't list everyone here but suffice to say I'm pleased with the choices of musicians I've made and glad they agreed to be involved. I couldn't have done it without any of them."
8 - The debut album was called ‘Play Something We Know!’ Why did you choose this title for the album?

Just about every band or artist that has ever played original material at live gigs will have heard this heckle from the audience at some point -  'Play Something We Know'!"
9 - What influenced the songs on the album?

"I wanted to write an album of songs that were so hooky and memorable that after a couple of listens it felt like you had known the songs all your life."
10 - For your second album and third album you have collaborated with Suzi Chunk. How did this collaboration come about?

"I met Suzi via MySpace in 2007. I loved her voice right from the start. I heard some tracks she had recorded with Omega 66 - an excellent funk outfit from Cardiff - and I thought she sounded like a funky Dusty Springfield. I was astonished to find that although she had worked and recorded with a number of bands/artists there were no stand alone Suzi Chunk records so I had to put that right. Luckily she really liked my songs and was more than happy to collaborate with me. We released a single, 'Look Back And Laugh' / 'Tripwire' and an album 'Girl From The Neck Down' in 2012 both under her name."
11 - Your latest album is called “One Vowel Away From the Truth”. How would you describe the evolution of your songs from your first album to this album?

"I've always been very definite about wanting each album to be different from the last. I've never wanted a 'more of the same' approach. 'Play Something We Know!' was a very fuzz heavy garage album while 'Girl From The Neck Down' was inspired by some of those Dusty/Lulu/Sandie albums of the sixties with a variety of styles. For 'One Vowel Away From The Truth', Suzi and I share vocal duties so it's a kind of mix of the first two albums. This one features a couple of instruments we've not used before such as French horn and vibes which keeps it all interesting and fresh."
12 - Do you have any 'rituals' before you go on stage?

"A full glass and an empty bladder. Don't get the two confused. What could possibly go wrong?"
13 - Any live dates coming up?

"No live dates at present."
14 - Any new songs in the pipeline?

"I've written another album."
15 - When can fans be expecting the next release?

"I need to sell the latest one before I can make any decisions about future releases. I'm financing the whole thing myself so if this doesn't sell there won't be a next album."
16 - Who would be your dream collaboration?

"I don't have one, really. Be careful what you wish for and all that."
17 - Who would be in your dream supergroup?

"Supergroups are always rubbish."

1 - Favourite Beatle?

"Ron Nasty."

2 - Favourite band?

"The Beatles."

3 - Favourite new band?

"Zervas And Pepper."

4 - Favourite song?

"Too many to choose just one."

5 - Favourite album?


6 - Vinyl, CD or download?


7 - Style icon?

"If you knew me you'd realise just how ridiculous that question is!"

8 - Favourite clothing brand?

"Same answer."

9 - Favourite film?

"Dumb And Dumber (*snigger*)."

10 - Favourite TV show?

"Out of Town (with Jack Hargreaves)."

11 - Who would play you in a film of your life?

"There's no one ugly enough."

12 - Favourite food?


13 - Football team?

"Don't like football."

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