October Nightlife Listings
September Nightlife Listings
Tramlines 2017: The Pharcyde at Tramlines
Tramlines 2017: Loyle Carner Interview
Review: J. Cole – 4 Your Eyez Only
The Soul Man: Trevor Nelson
Interview: Andy H
Kate Tempest – Let Them Eat Chaos
Dead Prez @ 02 Academy
Outlines Festival Preview
You Dig Raps?
Interview: Morgan Heritage
Interview: Sticky Blood
Wu-Tang Clan – A Better Tomorrow.
Renegade Brass Band
German house producer Max Graef hits the Harley at this year’s freshers week with house and disco promoters Front &..
FRIDAY 6TH Muzik 2nd Birthday: Waze and Odyssey, Huxley & more Code Nice Like Rice: Bradley Zero (All night long)..
FRIDAY 1ST Mango Disco presents “King Lagoon’s Flying Swordfish Dance Band“ Hagglers Corner Algorave Access Space SUNDAY 3RD TAAE: SW1n-hunter, Luke Poot,..
Tramlines loves a classic hip hop artist. This year, The Pharcyde are in town. We sent Charles Gray donw to..
It was in the playground of a South London primary school that Loyle Carner – known then as Ben Coyle-Larner..
YOUR MONTHLY ROUND-UP OF THE BEST LATE NIGHT AND LIVE MUSIC OFFERINGS IN SHEFFIELD. Mr Scruff Leadmill // 20th July..
BIG basslines and MCs are what we really love Bluewave are flying the flag for all things fire in Sheffield right..
It’s a dangerous phrase nowadays, a concept album. Detailing a young man’s struggle with life in the ghetto, 4 Your..
Trevor Nelson, the longstanding Radio 1 DJ and arbitrator of all things soul and RnB, brings his vast collection of..
We both thought: ‘Sheffield man are here now, so let’s do something to represent.’ 2016 has been another exciting year..
Andy H is something of a Sheffield DJing institution. Since performing at the first ever Tuesday Club event back in..
To bring out an album of this calibre just two years since the Mercury-nominated Everybody Down is no easy feat..
Political consciousness has long been a bedrock for hip hop. From Grandmaster Flash dropping The Message, to Kendrick’s jazz-infused To..
The people behind Tramlines Festival, the highlight of Sheffield’s musical calendar, decided that once a year just wasn’t enough and so..