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Interviews

We believe there’s something very special in the musical waters of the Yorkshire Coast, and we aim to bring you interviews and features which showcase the talented artists in your local area.

If you would like to request an interview, or suggest one, please get in touch at info@yorkshirecoastgigs, or via Facebook and Twitter.

We met in a very busy Espresso Yourself for a chat about the band's new single, how they got to where they are and where the future lies. In between sips of coffee and me munching away on some cake, Johnny got on with letting me in on the Townsmen's story.

“It all started with me and Danny (Rhodes...

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As part of YCG's look at what Coastival has been up to and where it's going this year, we're shining a light on The Engine Room, a first amongst equals for those in the know. This year's headliner is DJ Format, a Brighton based Hip Hop DJ. For more info on exactly why you should come and listen to...

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Ahead of their Bridlington Spa date, the boys from Seafret spoke to Sam from Yorkshire Coast Gigs to discuss about their debut album, touring the UK and intricacies of the songwriting process.

Tell us what's been happening over the last year?

Last year was a crazy year for us. As well as doing...

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The songs for the SJT’s Christmas production Hansel & Gretel features songs specially written for the play by Oli Steadman, perhaps best know as the bassist in indie-folk band Stornoway. Reviewer Adrian Riley caught up with Oli, now back in South Africa for Christmas, as Oli explains: "I write...

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Sam McKie caught up with Jack Parker at the Ship Inn Acoustic Club to chat about his new album, gigs and the meaning of song writing...

Congratulations on the debut album, 'Love Lke Her'.  Obvious but pressing questions; how and where did you record it and was it enjoyable?

It was very...

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In short: Powerful, loud and intriguing.

In depth: I arrived at Satanic malfunctions rehearsal room a bit late - by some measures about 20 mins, by others roughly 7 days! I was greeted with the sound of a band in full voice, possibly the loudest noise I have heard from outside in quite...

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