Articles by Tim Foster
We realised that in all the years we’ve been following and supporting Teeth Of The Sea we had never interviewed them. Fortunately Tim Foster has fixed that crass oversight on our part and had a fascinating chat with Sam and Mat from the band.
Girls Living Outside Society’s Shit are important, articulate, ferocious, encouraging . If you doubted that punk could still be a vehicle for the voice of the oppressed, the marginalised, if you doubted it could still be a rallying call and a point of resistance and hope then listen to Trans Day Of Revenge and doubt no more! By Tim Foster
Petrol Girls is a post-hardcore band fuelled by feminist convictions, left politics and righteous anger who have an integrity backing up their words. Tim Foster caught up with lead singer Ren Aldridge to find out more.
Drummer and multi-instrumentalists Valentina Magaletti is possibly best known as both the drummer of psych band The Oscillation and for her work with Tom Relleen as experimental band Tomaga. Valentina was also the drummer on Blackest Ever Black releases; Raime and Moin, has recorded with Shit and Shine and is drummer with new London band Vanishing Twin. Highly rated by fellow musicians she took time out from a hectic schedule to kindly give Tim Foster an interview
London based Big Joanie describe themselves as sounding like ‘The Ronettes filtered through 80s DIY and riot grrrl with a sprinkling of dashikis’! With a new single ‘Crooked Room’ recently released, Tim Foster caught up with Steph from the band for a chat.
Charles Hayward has spent over 35 years involved in ground breaking post-punk, experimental and art rock bands including Camberwell Now, The Raincoats, Massacre, Hot Chip and Monkey Puzzle Trio. Alongside his involvement with these and other bands Charles has also been involved with youth and disability music projects, community workshops and art installations. To be honest it would be ridiculous to NOT interview him! By Tim Foster
This is an excellent album of abrasive funk/punk/free jazz which points out economic injustice, militarism, exploitation and inequality without being preachy, recognising that we have all been infected in some way. By Tim Foster
“We construct our sense of self using the cultural resources available to us- if we limit ourselves to those resources that are readily to hand we will end up as embodiments of capitalist norms” – By Tim Foster