A Very Groovy Interview With The Meyer Dancers

A Very Groovy Interview With The Meyer Dancers

Ready to shake your tail feathers? Rockshot would like to introduce you to a very special group of gals... They can mash potatoes, they can do the twist and we are sure you are going to love them... Meet The Meyer Dancers! The Meyer Dancers are a troupe of 60s and 70s...

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Interview: White Lies Go It Alone On Five

Interview: White Lies Go It Alone On Five

Jack Lawrence-Brown is a bit stressed. It’s mid January. In less than two weeks White Lies hit the road for four months. They’re playing 55 dates across Europe and North America. They’re marking the 10th anniversary of their debut album. Oh, and they’re launching a...

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Phoxjaw An Interview With A Band That Bites

Phoxjaw An Interview With A Band That Bites

2000trees were excited to add Phoxjaw to their festival lineup, so I took some time to get to know a little more about the Bristol alt-rock band who have been getting a fair bit of attention this year. I began our interview by getting a little introduction to the five...

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We Are Scientists Embark On A New Megaplexpedition

We Are Scientists Embark On A New Megaplexpedition

We Are Scientists clearly didn’t get the memo. Almost 20 years and six albums into their career, bands are supposed to start sounding tired, bored, and fresh out of ideas. But with Megaplex, the duo of singer-guitarist Keith Murray and bassist Chris Cain have released...

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The Penny Black Remedy A Tonic For The Times

The Penny Black Remedy A Tonic For The Times

On a chill, wintry afternoon, Keith M Thomson and Marijana Hajdarhodzic of The Penny Black Remedy, meet me in the illustrious Groucho Club, in Soho, central London. Over coffee, they discuss their obsession with making death funny and how Imelda May might just be...

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Victor Vox And An Indomitable Talent

Victor Vox And An Indomitable Talent

When I arrive at Albion in London’s Shoreditch, singer-songwriter and musician Victor Marichal is waiting patiently with a pot of tea, perhaps the most quintessentially English thing you can do in an East End café. It’s his accent though, richly Parisian and largely...

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Jim White Keeps His Destination In Mind

Jim White Keeps His Destination In Mind

Jim White describes himself as a “singer/songwriter, author, fine art photographer, crackpot philosopher, folk artist, record producer, film maker, dad”. But the multi-hyphenate, who’s just released his sixth solo album Waffles, Triangles & Jesus, could also add...

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