Not content with just kicking up a riot on their local gig circuit, Bristol's very own Heaven Asunder have their sights set further afield for 2013. I got in touch with the guys to get the lowdown on their plans.
The Doors Experience are a 5 piece tribute band from Northamptonshire, and in this second part of my series on today’s best UK tribute acts I will be finding out what really made them want to re-create the shows once performed by one of the most culturall
Submitted by Joe Glave on 21 January 2013 - 2:14pm
After what was a massive year for Sheffield indie band Reverend and the Makers in 2012, I managed to catch up with lead singer Jon McClure on the success of the band's third album '@Reverend_Makers' and to find out what he has in store for the coming year:
For the first part of my series on tribute bands, we will be meeting the Manchester-bred wonders that are The Smiths LTD. Formed in 2009 (with a little help in casting their frontman from the Manchester Evening News), Johnny, Alex, Andy and Keith (Morriss
Submitted by SteMorris on 29 November 2012 - 6:39pm
Raw talent is a very rare thing nowadays, it’s one thing to sing well and another to be able to play a guitar well but in Jacko Hooper, we have somebody who has excelled in every department, with his one-of-a-kind voice and incredible ability on guitar
Submitted by kirsty Cessford on 20 November 2012 - 10:06pm
Up-and-coming Manchester band, The Tapestry, are quickly establishing a name for themselves; this month alone, they have supported Little Barrie at This Feeling, Manchester, and are set to support Sound of Guns at The Ruby Lounge.
Submitted by Kelvin Leigh on 20 November 2012 - 10:36pm
Last month, rockers Young Guns headlined the Vans Off the Wall tour, playing at venues across the UK. Carpe's Victoria Swain sat down with bassist Simon Mitchell and guitarist Fraser Taylor before the tour kicked off in Portsmouth.