Interview: Sithu Aye

It is a safe fact that Sithu Aye enjoys his work far more than a mortal man. From a 20 minute EP scoring a homemade anime piece to an hour and a half long space voyage with countless characters and twists, he has laid his mark upon the canvas of djent. Even if he himself calls it a dirty word.

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Interview: Montroze

Bristol’s pop punk five-piece Montroze have hardly stopped gigging over the past two months, but their energy is not lost as they draw it to an end at Southampton’s The Joiners. With new material on the way, it marks one of their last shows before heading into the studio to finish EP number three, so we grabbed them for a chat.

Interview: Gemma Edwards

Gemma Edwards is a Southampton based photographer and DJ most known for her work photographing Suicide Girls, DJ’ing various alt nights in Southampton and being an all-round badass girl within the UK’s thriving alternative scene.

Interview: Bel Esprit

Southampton-based indie rock quartet Bel Esprit are rising stars of the south coast. With new music just over the horizon, they’re definitely one to watch.

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