Category: Interviews

The Fringe Five – Jon Cozart

He’s attracted over 2 million subscribers on YouTube with his hilarious parody videos about Harry Potter and Disney Princesses (among others) so there’s a huge buzz about Jon Cozart’s debut Fringe Show, Laughter Ever After. Ahead of his  run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival,  we caught up with the online superstar for The Fringe Five…

The Fringe Five – Ro Campbell

He’s supported Kevin Bridges on tour in Australia but it’s now time for comedian Ro Campbell to take centre stage at The Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh. Ahead of his run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival,  we caught up with Ro as part of our new Fringe Five series…

The Fringe Five – Todd Gordon

He’s impressed everyone from Sir Sean Connery to Sir Michael Parkinson with his stunning voice but Todd Gordon is now hoping to entertain Fringe audiences with a brand-new show that aims to celebrate the centenary of Frank Sinatra.

The Fringe Five – Tobias Persson

From tomorrow, Tobian Persson will take up residency at The Stand 5 & 6 in Edinburgh. Ahead of his Fringe show, we caught up with the comedian as part of our new question and answer series, The Fringe Five…

Model Aeroplanes Interview

Model Aeroplanes were still in high school when they first went to T in the Park. Their classmates might have thought they were joking when they told them they’d be performing the next year, but it’s the Dundee-based band that’ll be left laughing when they perform at Scotland’s largest music festival for the third time in a row.

Leighton Antelman – Lydia Interview

Lydia is an indie rock band from Gilbert, Arizona. Formed in 2003, front man Leighton Antelman along with a different array of band mates released three albums. The fact he always tours with different musicians is something Leighton thinks might be the reason Lydia have been around and doing so well for so long.

Pat Kirch – The Maine Interview

The last time we saw The Maine here in the UK they were supporting Deaf Havana, so we were delighted to learn they were coming back this month to headline the 8123 tour, supported by Lydia and Nick Santino.

Nick Santino Interview

Back in May of 2013, pop-rock four piece A Rocket To The Moon announced the end of the band. Fast forward just over a year later to today, and former frontman Nick Santino is celebrating the release of his debut full length as a solo artist. Santino worked with close friends and fellow musicians to create the album, Big Skies...

Pat Kirch – The Maine Interview

During their seven years as a band, The Maine have acquired a fiercely loyal following, and a lot of those fans are here in the UK. So when we went to check them out at the O2 Academy in Leeds, where they were supporting Deaf Havana, we had high hopes.

Ryan Hamilton Interview

Ryan Hamilton is a man of many talents. From Smile Smile, People On Vacation and his solo work to making his own videos and art – is there anything this man can’t do?

Joe Ragosta – Patent Pending Interview

Patent Pending are the band that Bowling For Soup have chosen to help them say goodbye to the UK on their farewell tour. Sad news about BFS, but great news about Patent Pending who we can’t get enough of.

Iwan Rheon Interview

In his “day-job” as an actor, Iwan Rheon is currently wowing audiences in both Game of Thrones on Sky Atlantic and ITV comedy Vicious… two shows that couldn’t be more different. As if that isn’t testament enough to Iwan’s talents, he’s also doing great things as a musician and will soon be releasing a four-track EP titled Bang Bang!.

Interview: Chris Jay – Army of Freshmen

Image: Chris Burau If there’s one band we never grow tired of here at Flecking Records, it’s Army of Freshmen. With their brilliantly catchy tunes, their cheeky charm and their handsome punk-rock looks, we can’t get enough of ’em.