Interview by Adrian Hextall On the back of a great triple bill tour with Bad Touch and Aaron Buchanan & The Cult Classics, Daxx & Roxane having been wowing audiences with their energised brand of infectious hard rock. We caught up with Simon Golaz (Bass) and Cal Wymann (Guitar) before the show at ULU-Live in London […]
The first few tracks of the set, giving us a taster of what to expect from the album will, I’m sure, result in a few more pre-orders of ‘Resist’.
If only all tours could be like this, music for the fans played by fans of the music. We can but hope!
The opening acts have performed. The crowd is primed. The stage is being set. Behind the veil of a translucent dark curtain, the stage was being prepped with serpentine microphone stands as the shadows teased the audience with their movements
A chainsaw wielding maniac, tick, a fog shrouded witch? tick! All whilst performing some of the Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13’s best tracks.
It was clear to see just how much of a following Yonaka have gained in recent years, and it seems to be growing exponentially!
The atmosphere of the show was buzzing and uplifting. Song after the song the audience got louder and more involved.
Wringing the most beautiful of notes out of his Fender, his gravelly tones layer each song with a serious message, albeit one that’s interspersed with laughter
The six piece band added so much warm and depth to the sound, the songs were given life above and beyond what we’ve heard on the studio tracks
Words and Pictures: Adrian Hextall \ MindHex Media The Quireboys, a band that somehow make you want to start drinking whiskey even if you’re tee total whilst reaching for a pack of Marlboro cigarettes when you’ve never taken a drag in your life. Quite what it is about this band but they epitomise the true […]