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 […]
Colonel Saunders, because I would like to know what is in his secret blend… Danny on who to invite to a dinner party !
Having given every ounce of themselves to the crowd with boundless energy, the band proved once again that they are a force of nature.
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!
All in all, a great night out and proof that a well performed acoustic show is as powerful as a full electric set, if it’s done well.
It’s entirely possible that the band wouldn’t be on this path to stardom if it wasn’t for the collective efforts of the four musicians.
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
One of those “should have been massive” bands from the 80s that got lost in a sea of imitators and inferior acts
“We’re trying to find… capture that feeling. Maybe that’s what makes it seem authentic”