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Interview: Kate Tempest

A poet, spoken word artist and playwright, Kate Tempest has many strings to her bow (ok, we’re a little jealous of her talents). Kate released her brilliant new album Let The Eat Chaos in October to critical and commercial acclaim. She has just completed a headline UK tour and Greg from Amazing Afternoons managed to…

Interview: Savoy Motel

They’re a bit glam. They’re a lot psych. They’re definitely in possession of both a time machine, a great stylist and really superb conditioner. They’re Savoy Motel. Having just released their (technically) debut LP through What’s Your Rupture?, Nashville psychsters Savoy Motel recently took a little trip across the pond to share their delightfully meandering…

Interview: QTY

Dirty Hit new signings QTY, a duo from New York, have burst onto the new music scene with their debut track Rodeo. We’ve only heard the one track from the band but it’s enough to get us very excited about this new American outfit. Greg from Amazing Afternoons made the track his Record of the…

Interview: Our Girl

No one has championed Our Girl quite like Emma Snook. So when news came of a brand new EP, Emma jumped at the chance to get them in a room for an extended chat. Normally is the first EP from Our Girl following the success of split single Sleeper. As well as speaking about the making…

Interview: Christian Löffler

Combining melancholy with euphoria, Christian Löffler’s unique sound is on display once again via the release of his second studio album Mare. Recently Mark Ryan welcomed the German musician onto Amazing Beats for a chat.   In this extended chat you’ll find out about the making of the new album, what Christian’s live show will be…

Interview: King Nun

King Nun have burst onto the new music scene with the adrenaline punch that is the track Tulip. Amazing Afternoons made it their Record of the Week and grabbed Theo, the lead singer from the London four-piece, for a quick chat. Listen again to the chat plus the awesome track Tulip in the player below:

Interview: Trudy and the Romance

Trudy and the Romance are a Liverpool based band that successfully manage to combine Doo-Wop, 60s girl groups, The Beach Boys and The Strokes to huge effect. The trio have been on tour with other Amazing favourites The Big Moon and Slow Club and our man Jack Parker managed to catch them backstage at the…

Interview: Hooton Tennis Club

Hooton Tennis Club have just released their second album Big Box Of Chocolates via Heavenly Recordings and we love it. The new album continues to draw on the small details of life, making everyday existence seem somewhat romantic. The four-piece from the Wirral managed to take time out of their current UK tour to drop…

Interview: Husky Loops

London based Husky Loops are firmly in the ones to watch camp for 2017. The three-piece have released two tracks Dead and Fighting Myself which have blown their way onto our playlist. It’s safe to say that we are big fans of their unrelenting brand of indie-rock with Amazing Afternoons making new track Fighting Myself their…

Interview: Let’s Eat Grandma

Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth are two Norwich 17-year-olds who make experimental pop in the form of Let’s Eat Grandma. It’s hard to argue that they are one of the most interesting acts to emerge from 2016 and we are most definitely in love with their music.   Rosa and Jenny took time out of their current…

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