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Belly Kids caught up with Sheffield’s Slow Club to talk tour food
Belly Kids caught up with the disturbing, emotional, delicate, schizophrenic, odd, XIU XIU.
We caught up with the Soft Pack as they were mid-way through their US tour and spoke to them about making their new album, Strapped.
We had a chat with Fanzine and talked to them about everything from equipment, the USA, influences, football and Usain Bolt
German photographer, Rut Blees Luxemburg, has made a name for herself by producing vibrant photographs of urban landscapes and environments at night. she speaks to us about her background, love of nighttime city landscapes and her upcoming projects.
Belly Kids are teaming up with Mint Magazine to talk with our favourite musicians about food, cooking and all things eating. It’s something of a passion of ours and I know we aren’t alone. Ever since I put together The Mona Pizza recipe book, investigating the food culture behind music, it has become an obsession.
We recently asked our favourite Floridian and our ears in the deep south, Henry Krinkle, to give us an exclusive track. We talk parties, inspiration and releases. Enjoy.
Wasted Rita (Rita Gomes) is a Portuguese artist who breathes the same angst-ridden fuck-the-world attitude as the early DIY punk scene. We catch up with her and see what’s happening in Rita’s world.
Since opening for Dum Dum girls back in 2010, Glasgow based 3-piece PAWS have achieved rather a lot in a relatively short space of time. Not content with their reputation as one of Scotland’s most exciting and promising young bands. Their melodic, exhilarating, lo-fi punk-pop has gained them appearances at major festivals, support slots with a host of exquisite bands (the list reads like a who’s who of American alternative music) before signing to the wonderful Fat Cat Records earlier in the year. We catch up with the band to talk all things PAWS.
Fatal three-way, Belly Kids chats to Dolfinz and Slowcoaches about food.