All posts by Mark Perkins
Our music blogger Mark Perkins tries to come to terms with the loss of the Purple One Life is just..
There’s something quietly lovely about a new release from Animat that lets you know everything’s OK in the world of..
Calling all film-makers and musicians. Could you make a video in 2 weeks? Does your music need some attention grabbing..
I don’t think I’ve ever been to a gig quite like this. The music that The Japanese House make continually..
It’s been six years since the last new Coral album, and after solo projects and archive releases, they’ve regrouped and..
When you’ve been successfully making music together for as long as Rick Smith and Karl Hyde have, the creative process..
Their Octagon show was the surprise discovery of Tramlines 2015 for me, so I’ve been anticipating their new album with..
I first met David Bowie in my parents’ living room in 1972, then again a few weeks later in the..
Music blogger and tireless champion of new music, Mark Perkins, shares with us his best albums of 2015. The time..
Review of Nothing But Thieves self-titled debut album. Vibrant, exciting power-pop. This is a brilliant debut from Essex-boys Nothing But..
The eighth Sensoria hit town recently, and yet again, it exceeded its mission statement to bring us a fascinating array..
Up here at the top of the narrow stairs we don’t just listen to the latest indie-pop or obscure thrash-metal..
With recent EP Alter turning many heads in the alternative music scene, we have another six tracks from an exciting..
Mark Perkins can barely contain himself as we approach Sensoria 2015. Here’s what’s been getting him so hot under his..