INTERVIEW: Palace

  Ahead of their sell out show at Manchester’s Deaf Institute (read what we thought of that here), we caught up with Leo Wyndham and Rupert Turner from London-based alt-blues rock band Palace to...

INTERVIEW: Crows

London four piece CROWS recently set out on a tour of the UK with support from garage rock trio Virgin Kids. We caught up with James from the band before they played Aatma in Manchester to ask him a few...

INTERVIEW: Hidden Charms

Ahead of their gig with The Vryll Society at Gorilla last Thursday, we chatted to up-and-coming indie rockers Hidden Charms. With bassist Josh disappearing straight after soundcheck, here’s what the rest of...

INTERVIEW: The Vryll Society

Liverpudlian five-piece The Vryll Society are certainly a band to watch out for in the future; their psych melodies and dream like instrumentals float around in your head. Ahead of their biggest Manchester...

INTERVIEW: Benedict Benjamin

Formerly of The Mariner’s Children and Peggy Sue, Ben Rubinstein matures onwards in his own poignant, 60s pop enthused project of Benedict Benjamin. The whimsical singer-songwriter forms candid and soothing...

INTERVIEW: The Ordinary Boys

The Ordinary Boys have been plugging away, in one form or another, for the best part of sixteen years. Formed around 1999 as a hardcore band named Next In Line, Preston and co. have released four full length...

INTERVIEW: GIRLPOOL

LA’s DIY indie duo Girlpool have seen critical acclaim in the UK since their release of debut album ‘Before The World Was Big’ earlier this year. Hooting & Howling catch up with the carefully...