Interviews
Anthony Reynolds

Interview: Anthony Reynolds, of Jack and Jacques

by Helen Wright

Having formed the critically lauded band Jack and the spin-off Jacques, Anthony Reynolds is now turning to writing books. It’s a balmy evening in north…



Interview: Andy White


Andy White, formerly of ALT with Liam of Hothouse Flowers and Tim of Crowded House, is now solo and looking to be famous on his...

Q&A: Brian’s Ken Sweeney


Following the release of Brian‘s second album Bring Trouble, the quiet, resolutely unstarry Ken Sweeney has been lauded in the press. Now he’s been nominated...

Brian’s Ken Sweeney: “I dressed up as a priest to keep them happy” &#...


He’s 32, he’s been in Father Ted, he’s just given up his day job and is now A Professional Musician with a record deal and...

Interview: Venini – “Any band with a bit of style and confidence just gets ...


“There’s lime in this!” Debbie Lime points an accusing finger at the glass of lager on the table before her and regards it with a...

Interview: The Divine Comedy


Neil Hannon, the brain behind The Divine Comedy, has achieved unprecedented success since Chris Evans played Something For The Weekend on his Radio 1 breakfast...

Interview: Brassy


“I was condescendingly told, ‘you can really sing! Why do you use so much distortion on your vocals?’ COZ I FUCKING LIKE IT, YOU SAD...