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Interview: Beans On Toast (18th May 2012)

August 6, 2012


Disclaimer: This interview was actually done earlier this year in the beer garden of the Adelphi in Preston. For a number of reasons, it’s taken a while to see the light of day. It was a pleasure to chat to Jay (Beans On Toast), and I’m glad this is now out there for people to […]

Interview: Zebrahead’s Matty Lewis

December 15, 2011


During their recent UK tour, Zebrahead guitarist and vocalist Matty Lewis spoke to Alistair McGeorge about life on the road, new album Get Nice, the festival season and much more. -How is it being back in the UK? I’ll be honest with you – it didn’t start raining until we got back in the UK. […]

Q&A: Louise Distras

April 8, 2011


Punk Ska Press chats to Leeds singer-songwriter Louise Distras about her career. Punk Ska Press: Last time we chatted (for Female First) was back in January, and you’d just announced that you were joining Strummerville. What’s changed since then? Louise Distras: Hello! Yeah, quite a lot has changed in such a short of space of […]

Interview: New Riot

March 3, 2011


New Riot are starting to make waves as they support Reel Big Fish on their 20th Anniversary tour, alongside Suburban Legends and The Skints. I got a chance to sit down with Tommy T (vocals and guitar) and Heady (drums) a few hours before the band took to the stage at 53 Degrees, Preston, around […]

Q&A: Man Overboard

February 25, 2011


Justin Collier from Man Overboard took some time out on tour  with Senses Fail to answer a few questions about the new 7″ The Absolute Worst and how the tour’s going. Check it out. Punk Ska Press: How has the tour with Senses Fail been going? Justin Collier: Amazing! They are awesome people and the […]

INTERVIEW: Frank Turner (Part 2)

February 6, 2011


Here is the second part of my interview with Frank Turner. The first part can be found here. This interview took place at 53 Degrees in Preston, back in December. Here, Frank discusses Million Dead, possible side projects and the future. Frank’s career hasn’t always been clear-cut. Many of those familiar with him will remember […]

INTERVIEW: Frank Turner on touring

January 19, 2011


This is the first of two features I’ll be putting up that came from my interview with Frank Turner. We spoke for around half an hour, and it as all too good to leave out. It’ll work better as one huge piece, but would be too long to post in one. Pictures were taken from […]