Public Service Broadcasting – The Story Behind Every Valley

We caught up with Public Service Broadcasting’s J. Willgoose Esq. ahead of the release of their brand new album “Every Valley” which reached number 4 in the UK album chart. You are just about to release you brand new single, do you want to tell us a bit about that track? Yes, “They gave me a lamp” is the new single. It’s from an album called “Every Valley&...[Read More]

No Small Children: mild-mannered teachers by day, tear-your-face-off alt. rockers by night.

(Los Angeles) No Small Children is a band like no other.  Born on an elementary school playground in the spring of 2012, the trio are school teachers by day and a phenomenally successful hard rock band by night.  And they move very fast.  Three months after deciding to use their recess breaks as band practice time they had an EP out, countless shows behind them and an East Coast tour booked.  Plus...[Read More]

Our Interview with ReverbNation Competition Winners Miccoli

For those that haven’t heard of you before could you tell us a little about you your story? Sibling trio twin brothers and sister, hailing from Birmingham – England. Half English/Italian. Creating a unique sound of haunting harmonises and ethereal music, called Miccoli taken from our surname yes very original we know, but all great sibling bands have used their surnames, it’s just the ...[Read More]

Sly Antics – Small Festivals Are Essential, They’re Full Of Die Hard Music Fans

For those people that haven’t heard of Sly Antics before could you tell us a little bit about yourselves, your story? We’re a three-piece dirty-pop rock band from Manchester made up of cousins Sam and Lee Hudson and another chap called Chris. We’ve been around about 18 months now and have been working relentlessly throughout that time. We started this band in the same was as most do – by hating th...[Read More]

We Interview ReverbNation Competition Winner Si Genaro

For those people that haven’t heard of you before could you tell us a little bit about yourself your story? Ok well I started doing gigs at around 17 years old; just playing harmonica with bands on the Isle of Wight. Harmonica players are generally all crazy (present company included) so I couldn’t find anyone to teach me; just taught myself. Got in my first band ‘Shapeshifter...[Read More]

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