In the spotlight: The Future Us

The Future Us are a two-piece rock band formed in Glasgow (UK), comprised of Gary Hendry and Joe Gorman. Their first EP ‘Fear and Progress’, a collection of five songs inspired by untypical times, was released in January 2021. Since the release of the EP they have also released several singles of varying themes thatContinue reading “In the spotlight: The Future Us”

The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Petty Cassettes

 ‘We’ve taken rocky acoustic, think a grungy Toy Story!’ by Sara Seddon at The Bucket Playlist Glasgow-based punk rock ‘n’ rollers Petty Cassettes have brought out their single ‘Rydo & Julianne’ today (24 September), a song that explores the nuances of an abusive relationship. The band comprises David (vocals and guitar), Francesco (bass) and CiaranContinue reading “The Bucket Playlist’s interview with Petty Cassettes”

New Release – Bogart’s Eyes (album) by Sophie Mahon

New-wave newcomer Sophie Mahon prepares to release the eclectic new album ‘Bogart’s Eyes’. Inspired by the likes of Roxy Music, Duran Duran and David Bowie, ‘Bogarts Eyes’ is an album that is full of sonically alluring twists and turns from the offset. Sophie combines nostalgic synth-infused elements of the 80s with modern sensibilities in orderContinue reading “New Release – Bogart’s Eyes (album) by Sophie Mahon”

In the spotlight: Grace can’t play guitar

Grace can’t play guitar are Chris Payne and Mick Tyler, two friends from Brighton who collaborated on various music projects together and gave it a spin for a whole new non-genre specific sound. For this spotlight I had a chat with Chris, the songwriter of the band. In the late 80s you played in anContinue reading “In the spotlight: Grace can’t play guitar”

In the spotlight: Marveline

Marveline is the eclectic solo project of Pete Marley, who also plays in a band called Nature Strip. He was born in England, but his family emigrated to Australia when he was very young. Pete Marley is currently living in Sydney, Australia. “I’ve lived in London a couple of times. It was great, so muchContinue reading “In the spotlight: Marveline”