Generation Tremorists

Generation Tremorists

Working with exciting music talents as a compulsive lifestyle, I trust my ears/pulse and am humbled to be part of TheZineUK's three degrees of happening over six years of adventures. I gasp at rising star tingles in spaces where cons cull (thriving!) culture: #SaveOurVenues! Otherwordly soundtracking from a WEALTH of colourful reaility back story. This list doesn't even "touch the sides" Punk Rock is in the he(art) of the beholder. Personally, "Newer Wave" ain't genre, geography, conforming/not, hype/hip etc. It's unashamed people-pleasuring passionately, purely. Bombastic Pop Guitar rewilded rhythms crystalised into dazzling, dirty, dystopia-dousing diamonds. Bomb Pop EXPLODES live. 2020's a downer. Yoohoo from Under The Radar! 42 Names From This Tale. Click Video Playlist. Nearly everybody's skint, too. Rewards come even later nowadays (as this story attests, also reporting…
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This Earth is F**ked. Too Many Ts are Treemendous

This Earth is F**ked. Too Many Ts are Treemendous

News: Too Many Ts release 'This Earth is F**ked' video alongside a huge mission to plant Too Many Trees. Something our planet can NEVER have. https://youtu.be/RuELL1fE3rc More: UK hip-hop duo rally fans to plant millions of trees. A lively up beats ballad of rage, comedy and concern it's a rapped rallying cry to join up, step up and make a real difference. 2020 is a year for such vision. 'This Earth is F**ked' video was produced by The Rattle, an artist-first music community putting creators in power, which Too Many Ts are part of. True to form, the award winning UK hip-hop duo (already in our documentary as Star Turns - ambassadors for ethical streetwear brand THTC), are using their music to elevate awareness and engage their dedicated fanbase to…
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Madame So

Madame So

"I don’t believe art, including music, should necessarily be explained" Madame So interview by Kelly Munro From writing about music to composing sonic experiments with lyrics that have experienced reality, Madame So strides post punk dimensions. A wordsmith musician whose comparisons include PJ Harvey and Patti Smith, the Paris-born singer - song writer is based in London. New song, 'Generation Y', is loaded: Intense tangents of tempos. Guitars singing the harmonies while backing vocals are instruments. Increasingly sculptured with each listen, it winds up tight like a Wonderland clock until ticking out to finale. It's definitely time we found out more about Madame So, one of the stars in our documentary. November 2019, The Camden Mix Up (Sick Love EP launch) June 2019, rocking up. Madame So filming the 'Year…
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Idle Noise ‘Ghosts’

Idle Noise ‘Ghosts’

For fans of Circa Waves, The Courteeners, The Enemy, The Strokes. Q&A with Kelly Munro Tell us how long you've been making music? "Collectively as Idle Noise we've been making music for the last four or so years, individually a lot longer." What’s been some of your highlights so far on your musical journey? "Selling out Manchester 'Deaf Institute' in January 2020, shortly after supporting The Enemy's Tom Clarke's sold out hometown show in December 2019." Your single is called 'Ghosts'. Have you ever seen one? "Ben (frontman) sees Dead People."  Idle Noise, Ghosts, TheZineUK Tell us more about the single. Is there a story attached to it? "'Ghosts' is a track relating to a long distance relationship that eventual crumbled. Hence the "too far to hear me, too far…
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20 June: Balcony Festival 6 at 6pm!

20 June: Balcony Festival 6 at 6pm!

Saturday midsummer, Team Balcony Festival (Artists, Audience, Allies) are raising awareness and funds for the Mental Health Foundation. Virtual reality, top entertainment, social (inclusion multi-) media! Bookmark the streaming URL and meet up 6pm Solstice Saturday 20th June - in friendship. The artful rockers, David Devant & His Spirit Wife will delight on The Joyzine Stage alongside a formidable cast of talent: Velvet Starlings on The Gigslutz Stage, Sherika Sherard on The Benumu Stage, Ailsa Tully on God Is In The TV Stage, Idealistics on The Quarantini Stage, I Am Her on The Loud Women Stage, Fightmilk on the Reckless Yes Stage and The News At Six is that RTN Makes Music is gracing TheZineUK Stage with a live show premiere! instagram.com/rtnmakesmusic/ : "As someone who is often at the…
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Joe Peter is ‘Self Adhesive’

Joe Peter is ‘Self Adhesive’

"Sticking myself back together again" Multi-instrumentalist producer, Joe Peter, reveals a brand new project with debut release; ‘Self Adhesive’ interview by Kelly Munro 'Self Adhesive' is recently released by Joe Peter - By jupiter, it's a confident intro to a Solo Artist with an obsessive attention to detail. This Brighton based multi talent has created, performed, home recorded, produced and presented an aural gem that is memorable within one play; “I wanted to kick things off with something that was a bit more guitar based than my other tracks. Lyrically, it was written as a kick up the arse to myself, but also as a reminder to pick yourself up, dust yourself down and start again.” Tell us how long you've been making music... "I started making music back in…
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I,Doris are pop’s Wonderwomen!

I,Doris are pop’s Wonderwomen!

Escape from dystopia's dreary nutsies "news" with 'Wonderwomen' the uplifting latest single from London’s ‘mummycore’ feminist pop band I, Doris! Bright and catchy, this song is accompanied by a suitably DIY comic book strip video which stars the Dorisses donning superhero costumes to tackle everyday epic battles, like the school run, the office, and the supermarket. This is EXACTLY what 2020 needs. Right NOW. https://youtu.be/dIP4ye4CY-c An absolute delight, the video was filmed just before lockdown – in the supermarket scene you can see the last toilet roll being grabbed!). Dare you not to watch, thensmile! Doris says of this hooky nu-vintage tinted pop TUNE: "Women are often praised for being multi-tasking superheroes – who needs that kind of pressure? This is a song about cutting yourself some slack. If you’ve…
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The Palpitations: ‘Feed The Poor, Eat The Rich’.

The Palpitations: ‘Feed The Poor, Eat The Rich’.

Rock band (and Covid19 frontline NHS) The Palpitations release; 'Feed The Poor, Eat The Rich' . A pandemic anthemic debut EP and challenge injustice. TheZineUK have twitter-pestered for more of The Palpitations' eloquent articulation, so it's sweet to tell more with this news. Photography: Aidan Dale On the front line of the NHS battle against Covid 19, doctors and rockers, The Palpitations showcase a cohesive story to transplant the listener directly into the hospital corridors, painting emotional vignettes of love and loss - all the while, soundtracked by intense, emotional vocals and layered musical dynamics. The band feel it's essential that people know what is really happening at ground through the eyes of doctors - not politicians or their propaganda main stream media. "From our own point of view, we…
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IoW Festival LIVES!

IoW Festival LIVES!

#ZineAndHeard: Exclusive short film interview - Heather Minx meets multi talent tasking music biz supremo and Isle of Wight Festival head, John Giddings who kindly let TheZineUK create at his London HQ. Click here for an Awesome Conversation John is the personable music agent and promoter responsible for tours including The Rolling Stones, Madonna, Iggy Pop and David Bowie. In 2002 he revived the Isle of Wight Festival and continues to run this prestigeous event. Heather's interview is engaging, wholesome heritage with integrity: anecdotes, advice, memories and a few surprises that all music artist, industry and media interested, should watch. Heather is a consumate professional of Music interviews and prolific TV, Film and Video creator. TheZineUK is blessed with stars on and off stage! Also, our team are still buzzing from This…
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‘Dust’ by Good Foxy

‘Dust’ by Good Foxy

For fans of:  Tame Impala, White Denim, Unknown Mortal Orchestra Single release/Interview with Good Foxy by Kelly Munro Tell us how long you've been making music... Good Foxy : "We’ve been making music as a band since 2013,  (when we were just 16 years old). After all meeting up at the same college in Blackburn." What’s been some of the highlights, so far, on your musical journey?  "I’d say our high points over the years have been supporting acts such as Status Quo to over 10,000 people. But our most cherished moment would be playing prestigious festivals such as Beatherder and Y-Not festival, also when we played The Great Escape festival in Brighton!" We hear shades of Joy Division in your sound amongst others. Who are the band's musical idols? "We…
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