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Interview with emerging punk band The Dunts ahead of TRNSMT 2019

We caught up with emerging Scottish punk band The Dunts at Live at Leeds Festival to discover their bad decisions, who inspires their sound and how a daft hobby has turned into a bunch of sold out shows.

The Dunts have had a busy festival season; with their homecoming show at TRNSMT Festival just around the corner. Don’t miss their set on the King Tut’s Stage on Saturday 13th July alongside Jade Bird, The Hunna, Fontaines D.C. and loads more.

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Interview: Big Wild talks ‘Superdream’ and touring with Odesza

As Big Wild, producer Jackson Stell crafts lush soundscapes and sweeping melodies that challenge the status quo of electronic music. First breaking out in 2015, Big Wild has become one of the fastest-rising electronic artists in recent years – touring and working with the likes of Odesza.

We caught up with Big Wild after The Great Escape to dig a little deeper on his debut album and find out where he’s headed next.

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Interview: Glass Caves at NBHD Weekender 2019

Beginning their life busking on the streets of York, before heading to almost every corner of the UK, Glass Caves quickly amassed a loyal and devoted following, who appreciate their no-nonsense, back-to-basics brand of self-promotion.

We sat down with the Glass Caves boys at NBHD Weekender to find out more about their journey from busking to breaking Record Store Day’s Top 40 with their self-funded debut ‘Alive’.

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Glass Caves at NBHD Weekender 2019 / Credit: Graham Joy Photography

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Interview: Sea Girls ahead of Neighbourhood Weekender 2019

At this year’s Neighbourhood Weekender, newly-signed band Sea Girls will take over the official app with exclusive videos and photos of their day. Made in conjunction with Second Screen, the app will once again be the main point of contact between Neighbourhood and its festival-goers.

The app contains all of the line-up times for the weekend, which takes place across the weekend of the 25 and 26 May 2019. By favouriting the acts you want to see in the app, you can plan your day ahead of time, then receive a reminder fifteen minutes ahead of a set beginning.

Ahead of the band’s takeover of the app’s newsfeed (where festival-goers can also interact), we spoke to Sea Girls about their new record label and stories from the city of Manchester.

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Sea Girls

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Interview: Freddie Long at The Great Escape 2019

Brighton’s own Freddie Long, armed with a genuinely unique and instantly recognisable gravelled vocal, has been tipped for big things over the coming months.

He is set to release his debut EP soon, and is also continuing to work on his first album which he hopes to release in the Summer of 2020. We caught up with Freddie at The Great Escape to get to know him a little better.

Freddie Long at The Great Escape 2019 / Credit: Jodie Brunning

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