Jay Aston will be interviewed on the It’s All About New Wave podcast tomorrow, Friday 16th July. The show is hosted in the Philippines by Monty Mendigoria. This weekly podcast on Facebook has featured a range of 80s and New Wave musicians. Watch the show with Jay live at 1pm UK time, 8pm Manila time, or catch up later, via the It’s All About New Wave Facebook page.
James has recently been interviewed by Spizz Energi for the latter’s Resonance FM radio show called Spizz FM. Along with the chat, Spizz plays James’ choice of tracks.
Spizz is the leader of punk band Spizzenergi, notable for the indie chart hit Where’s Captain Kirk? back in 1979/80. He still tours.
James has recently given an interview with MetalTalk, where he talks about aspirations for a new album with Gene Loves Jezebel plus a new solo album, as well as live work with his bands Holy Holy, International Swingers, Chelsea and The Cult etc.
Read the interview on the MetalTalk website.
Jay was interviewed by Janice Long on her 9th January BBC Radio Wales show. The veteran UK radio disc-jockey – ex-BBC Radio 1, Radio 2, 6 Music and now Radio Wales – had a short chat with Jay and played four Gene Loves Jezebel songs.
Read a recent interview with Jay by Rodrigo Debernardis for Magazine Revisita The 13th here.
The In The Poppy Fields blog have once again interviewed James, where he talks about what he’s up to this year, including the new Gene Loves jezebel album, plus plans for a follow up solo album and his long-awaited book.
If you are interested in the guitars, amps and effects that James uses in the studio or on the road with various bands then have a read of this new interview with James by Martin McCann on the New Hellfire Club website.
Jay has very recently been interviewed by Pancastpods in their series of Live At The Shed podcasts. Jay talks about his singing and songwriting and his musical influences, passions and preferences. You can listen to this hour long chat at the Pancastpods Soundcloud site.
Another new interview can be found at the Smells Like Infinite Sadness blog, where Jay discusses the forthcoming album in particular.