All posts by Mark Perkins
Our resident music reviewer Mark Perkins gives the verdict on 2017’s album offerings… Time for the annual round up of..
They certainly don’t make ’em like this anymore. Mzylkypop is the latest project from Sheffield musician Michael Somerset Ward, and..
So, Sensoria sort of comes of age, and reaches its tenth anniversary. There have been highlights too numerous to mention..
August is a month when people will tell you there’s not much to see by way of live music. All..
You know those interviews where they ask people for their favourite things about living in Sheffield? Well, when they get..
This is something of a lost classic, and much sought after by fans who discovered him long after this album..
Self-confessed ‘dochead’ Mark Perkins takes us through the plethora of insights on offer at this year’s Sheffield Doc/Fest. Now firmly..
Well, you learn something everyday. Before he established himself as Sheffield’s most versatile, roll-neck sweater wearing, singer-songwriter, John Shuttleworth was..
Outlines festival, the lets-take-it-indoors little brother of our famous Tramlines festival, hit town recently, and while it doesn’t quite have..
Coming soon, to an abandoned Victorian workshop and recording studio near you near you, is classical music by night at..
Sheffield is becoming known for staging world class festivals, such as Tramlines. DocFest and Sensoria: all of which started small..
I don’t know about you, but I’m getting more and more annoyed whenever I go to live gigs. The acts..
Masters of punchy art-pop that is unashamedly ‘80s, channelling everyone from Bowie to XTC and Talking Heads; Dutch Uncles have..
Sophie Barker has a voice I fell in love with,some years ago, although it took me some time to find..