Tag - Music


What is ‘JAMNESTY’?

Becca Stamatis tells Quench Culture about the who’s, what’s, where’s, when’s and why’s about Amnesty...


Interview: Dan Bettridge

We caught up with Dan Bettridge following his epic set at Swn festival to chat about his influences and what the future holds for this rising star.


Interview: The Staves

We spoke to Jessica Staveley-Taylor ahead of The Staves gorgeous Y-Plas performance back in November. We learnt about working with Justin Vernon of Volcano...


Welsh Music Prize 2015

For all you English folk who’ve crossed the bridge for university, you have a lot to learn about Welsh music. And we’re not just talking about Catatonia...


History In The Making

In celebration of LGBT+ History Month, Quench Music take you through some of the community’s most influential musical figureheads

In the...


Interview: Menace Beach

Dillon Eastoe chats to Menace Beach singer and guitarist Ryan Needham about their freshman release, reading the reviews and keeping it real
Two years after...


Interview: Beartooth

Quench Music talk Buckingham Palace, Barack Obama and opening the show with alt-rockers Beartooth
So, Beartooth, coming from an alternative background, how...


Album: Ibeyi – Ibeyi

Ibeyi, a French Cuban duo who’s music is eclectic as they’re cultural backgrounds, arrive with their self titled debut. Singing in English and Nigerian...


Album: Peace – Happy People

Waifish indie boys Peace return with the follow up to their 2013 debut, In Love. Similarly optimistic in title, Happy People is what the media would call the...


Live: Alvvays – Thekla – 31/1/15

In soft acquiescence with the melancholy, Alvvays soundtrack the adventures of post-teen life as if through an Instagram filter. A boat in Bristol is perhaps...


Live: Peace – The Fleece – 23/1/15

The Midlands unusual answer to a concoction of psychedelic, indie and grunge take to the stage of one of Bristol’s most legendary small music venues, The...