All posts by Mark Perkins
Review of In The Nursery’s score to The Fall of the House of Usher. What we now call ‘silent’ films..
Review of Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats self-titled album. You could easily be fooled into thinking this was a..
It’s difficult to imagine a better soundtrack to lazy summer days than basking in the laid-back, dubstep sounds of Animat...
Review of Renegade Brass Band on the Ponderosa stage at Tramlines. Thank goodness for the new super-sized Ponderosa stage! This..
Review of Payroll Union at Folk Forest at Tramlines Despite the distance, there’s a long established connection between the ‘folk’..
Mark Perkins looks beyond the headliners, to find some of the more hidden gems of Tramlines, as we go Up..
A special event to launch what has become one of my favourite music releases of this year. The Third Half..
If you care to delve around the local music scene, and perhaps avoid the more obvious contenders, you’ll find some..
Well it’s here at last. My favourite time of year, OK, joint fave with Tramlines, but the sun’s shining, the..
Our Up The Narrow Stairs blogger tells us why he’s looking forward to this year’s DocFest. OK, I need to..
Review of the album by Franz Ferdinand and Sparks, AKA FFS,Collaborations Don’t Work. You’d be forgiven for expecting either of..
Review of The Unthanks at Sheffield City Hall Ballroom on Saturday 28 February 2015. The Unthanks last played in Sheffield..
It’s time to journey up the narrow stairs for one last time this year and decide which of this year’s..
I spent an enjoyable night recently with Graham Fellows, sipping Guinness in the Broomhill Tavern. Here’s what he had to..