All posts by Mark Perkins
An event worthy of the Gothic Lantern Theatre setting. Rophonic concerts are always more than just musicians on stage playing for their..
Hush! Hush! Whisper who dares! There’s a Sofar secret gig going on upstairs! Well, not only upstairs, but in the..
‘John Lydon: Sold Out’ said the sign. Hopefully this was a reference to the lack of tickets, and not a..
It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. The best, because Sensoria is back, with arguably..
David Bowie released the album ‘The Man Who Sold the World’ in 1970. It was a hugely significant step as..
Classic Sheffield albums. Yes I know Pulp, Human League and Heaven 17 – but over the years there have been..
Local lad Tom Wrigglesworth’s back in town soon. He’s come a long way from his student days: you’d often find..
Phew, what a cracker. Tramlines 2014 is now history, and I won’t be alone in my opinion that this was..
Review of Chrissie Hynde’s new album, Stockholm. I’d begun to think that the only time I’d ever hear of Chrissie..
I went to see Stuart Maconie this week, talking about his recent radio show where he charts the history of..
I recently had a chat with Cabaret Voltaire’s Steven Mallinder about his return to the city in a few weeks...
I always love it when, several albums into their career, and artist feels confident enough to release a self-titled album...
The Penguin Cafe Orchestra, has been reborn and reformed under the leadership of Arthur Jeffes (son of their founder) in..