Disorder Magazine Issue 035: Andy Lovelee

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Husky Rescue Interview: Disorder magazine

Husky Rescue is an otherworldly band set to attract this year’s spotlight for their arresting musical talent. Listening to their tunes, which merge sumptuous and haunting electronica, is to picture long country roads, pink- orange sunsets, melting icicles and a femme fatale reclining by a log fire. It comes as no surprise then the band … Continue reading

Pete and Pirates Interview: Disorder magazine

Indie-pop rocksters, Pete and Pirates, their tunes overflowing with, ahem, (captain) hooks, have a rapturous new downloadable single. ‘Come to the Bar ‘, out on March 14th, a delectable taste of their new album on its way later this year… ah cannae wait to hear the booty. Disorder’s Jameela Oberman caught up with brothers Tom … Continue reading

Colours of One Interview: Disorder Magazine

The Welsh band,Colours of One, are relieved to be playing in Camden, London for the night. They  come from Bridgend, an area of the UK that was plastered all over  the news for it’s high number of suicides by young people. The band are  well accustomed to the kind of audience whose frustration is a … Continue reading

People with attitude: contemporary

The following is a short intro to different kinds of people in the public domain today  whose gutsy attitudes should be known and admired: Salma Yaqoob A self-proclaimed British -Muslim political crusader for peace, justice and equality. Salma  has carved herself out a political career as a Birmingham city councilor and leader of Stop the … Continue reading