On their second album, 2018s ‘It’s Hard To Have Hope’, there’s no room for interpretation: Svalbard is fighting for the voiceless, and pushing the boundaries of metal in the process.
Rich Hobson speaks to Press Club about breaking the UK, and their latest record. Then, two months later, he speaks to them again about another UK tour and, can you believe, another new record???
Mia Hughes goes astronomical with Laura Stevenson, as they discuss her new record, The Big Freeze.
Pat Graham talks to Rob Mair about Spraynard’s legacy, starting anew, and the conflict of balancing ‘success’ with a DIY ethic.
Mia Hughes talks to frontman Justice Tripp about experimentation and the state of modern hardcore
Rob Mair chats to Holding Patterns about their new record, rising from the ashes of Crash Of Rhinos, and….Norwich City Football Club?
Rob Mair talks to Weakened Friends about unexpected struggles, transparency and becoming comfortable with your own voice.
Typesetter sit down for a chat with Ryan Wilkinson about tea, toxic masculinity and their latest record
Mia Hughes talks to Kevin Patrick about vulnerability and the challenges of touring alone.
Rich Hobson speaks to Estrons’ frontwoman Talisyn Källström about their debut album, finding her voice, and Having It All.
Mia Hughes speaks to the Brooklyn punks’ vocalist about belonging, connection and their brilliant debut record.
Ryan Wilkinson speaks to HLAG’s Nicolle Maroulis about their latest record What Makes Love Last, and the forces that shaped it.
Mia Hughes speaks with Shannen Moser about her stunning new record and the journey that lead to it.
Pat DeFrancisci tells Ryan Wilkinson why growing up is hard to do.
Paris Fawcett chats to Justine Jones about Employed To Serve, Holy Roar records, and her role in the Great UK Metal Revival
Rob Mair speaks to Retirement Party’s Avery Springer about moving to Chicago to start a ‘real’ band and unloading her mind onto that band’s new record.