GigRadio Episode 9: The Cosmic One

The latest episode of our GigRadio podcast features an interview with exciting electro-rock band Cosmic Ninja and loads of new music from great new British bands.

On the podcast, we chat to Cosmic Ninja vocalist Tamsin Cullum and guitarist Jonny Angelini about the Bristol band’s new single Break The Silence, which is out on 28 May. We also talk about how they’re keeping themselves busy and collaborating on new music during lockdown. And you can have a first listen to the track after the interview on the podcast.

We have loads more British bands on the show, including our current New Band of the Week, London hardcore punk band COPE.

There’s also new music from After Smoke Clears, Newcastle bands Shallow and Tired Of Fighting, Lancaster / Chesterfield-based Blanchard of Society of Losers Records, Oxford’s LestWeForget, Irish band Skyfever, Nottingham deathcore crew Azazel and Liverpool band Death Blooms.

The podcast is available now on all good podcast platforms, including:

Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Podchaser 

Spreaker | Castbox | Mixcloud | TuneIn | PlayerFM

And you can check out all of the bands featured in this episode here:

COPE: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Spotify

After Smoke Clears:  FacebookInstagram | TwitterSpotify

Cosmic Ninja: FacebookInstagram | TwitterSpotify 

Shallow: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Spotify

Tired of Fighting: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Spotify

Blanchard: Facebook | Instagram | TwitterSpotify

LestWeForget: FacebookInstagram | Twitter| Spotify 

Skyfever: FacebookInstagramTwitter | Spotify

Azazel: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Spotify

Death Blooms: FacebookInstagram | Twitter | Spotify 

And, a link to Prey Drive’s latest Isolation Tapes cover, which I mentioned in the Cosmic Ninja interview.

Discover the new music you’ll love with GigRadio and GigRadar! And… if you’d like to get your music heard on GigRadio, just get in touch.

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