#RoadToBOA2021 – Deified

It’s that time of year where we set out to interview as many of the Sophie, New Blood, and Jager bands as we can in the lead-up to one of the most anticipated festivals of the year, Bloodstock. Answering our questions here are Deified who play the Sophie Stage on Friday. Simple things first – … Continue reading #RoadToBOA2021 – Deified

Album Review: The Quireboys – A Bit of What You Fancy 30th Anniversary Edition

It’s fair to say in the last ten years, The Quireboys have experienced a renaissance in terms of their recording output with regards to quality and quantity and a live show which never disappoints, putting bands half their age to shame. It’s even more fair to say their debut album, A Bit of What You … Continue reading Album Review: The Quireboys – A Bit of What You Fancy 30th Anniversary Edition

#RoadToBOA2021 – Grey Stag

It’s that time of year where we set out to interview as many of the Sophie, New Blood, and Jager bands as we can in the lead-up to one of the most anticipated festivals of the year, Bloodstock. Answering our questions here are Grey Stag who play the New Blood Stage on Saturday. Simple things … Continue reading #RoadToBOA2021 – Grey Stag

Badgerfest 2021 Interview: Agvirre

With the news of gigs coming back, albeit with a limited capacity for now, Badgerfest looks to be running and we at Moshville Times are especially glad to hear that. At the time of writing, Badgerfest 2021 is now sold out [more tickets just released with lockdown easing! - Mosh], so congratulations to John Badger … Continue reading Badgerfest 2021 Interview: Agvirre

#RoadToBOA2021 – Kurokuma

It’s that time of year where we set out to interview as many of the Sophie, New Blood, and Jager bands as we can in the lead-up to one of the most anticipated festivals of the year, Bloodstock. Answering our questions here are Kurokuma who play the New Blood Stage on Thursday. Simple things first … Continue reading #RoadToBOA2021 – Kurokuma

Classic Cover: Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators – Rocket Man (original by Elton John)

As Disney Plus takes a brief break from feeding us more MCU content than we can keep up with and we get ready to don our Mandalorian helmets once more, they've found space to release Stuntman, a documentary detailing Eddie Braun's attempt to recreate Evel Knievel's Snake River Canyon jump. More importantly, the general release of … Continue reading Classic Cover: Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators – Rocket Man (original by Elton John)