The Hoosiers got some decent chart success back in 2007 with a chart topping album and hit singles in the form of “Goodbye Mr A” and “Worried About Ray”. With their fourth studio album called “The Secret Service” coming out at the start of October and a UK tour, it’s an exciting time for the band. I was able to fire a few questions over to drummer Alan Sharland, which is now on the site for you to check out!
You can read the interview out now on the site here: THE HOOSIERS INTERVIEW
Called “Adventures Of A Vinyl Collector” – here’s the info
Mr. T (editor of Lights Go Out) has never made any secret of his love for both a special issue of the zine and also his vinyl addiction. Having been debating a special issue of the zine which is more of a perzine for a while now, he took the step to document all his vinyl purchases between April 2015 and September 2015 and compile them into this special, limited edition of Lights Go Out. You can see what crappy records he’s picked up at car boot sales and which decent records he’s added to his collection over this period.
Limited edition of just 20 copies. You can pick it up here: http://www.lightsgoout.co.uk/?product=lights-go-out-issue-35
Issue 36 will be a regular issue of the zine….we’re already working hard on it. Looking for people to write reviews, columns, advertisers and anyone who is up for designing the front cover. Do please get in touch & thanks!
Yep, it’s Friday afternoon, we’re already in weekend mode pretty much, so why not upload an interview to the site. Mike TV are one of the UK’s finest pop punk bands around. With a sick sense of humour and some killer tunes they’re one of those bands I have been meaning to catch up with in the zine for a while now (I do still have a long list I am working my way through….slowly!).
Guitarist and reality TV superstar Jhon was kind enough to take time out from watching cricket to answer a few questions for us. You can now check this interview out on the site by clicking HERE!
This will also run in issue 36 of Lights Go Out. Also, issue 35 should be out next week! More news then!
First up, site updates. One of our lovely contributors Roya who is based over the pond from us in NYC has had a few busy months it seems and has very kindly sent us over a few live reviews which we’ve gone and posted online today. Admittedly normally we wouldn’t run stuff like Lady Gaga but what the hell. Also Roya‘s Roskilde review is now live too. You can check all the reviews out via the below links:
ROSKILDE REVIEW – HERE
AC/DC REVIEW – HERE
GOVERNOR’S BALL REVIEW – HERE
LADY GAGA & TONY BENNETT REVIEW – HERE
Issue 35 has been slightly delayed due to holiday and a change of front cover being needed, but I’ll be announcing it hopefully next week. With issue 36 following in October – which will be a “normal” issue of Lights Go Out (if there is such a thing). Do keep an eye on our Facebook page here (www.facebook.com/lightsgooutzine)
Paranoid Visions formed in Dublin in 1982 and have just released quite possibly their strongest album to date “Cryptic Cross Words”. Having just launched this new LP with a performance at the legendary Rebellion Festival I was able to throw some questions the way of guitarist P.A.
The interview is online here and will also run in issue 36 of the zine. That’s right number 36 as number 35 will be out later this month and will be a limited special edition release….
Check the interview out here: http://www.lightsgoout.co.uk/?p=16612