One of the most consistent bands on the Sheffield scene, indie trio FloodHounds recently released their third studio EP Look..
Brothers, beards and blues rock – welcome to the world of Cellar Door Moon Crow. The Sheffield duo have been..
Even though eight-piece reggae fusion band Steel City Rhythm only released their first album earlier this year, the much-loved local..
There have been a number of musical comebacks in 2016, some of which have been a bit ‘meh’ (see Pendulum..
This month’s Exposed In Session feature has us standing inside an empty O2 Academy. It’s cold, very cold, with a..
With their thunderous debut EP ‘Stranger days’ receiving a number of spirited airings on the Exposed jukebox – tearing down..
Despite its more recent ties with guitar bands, Sheffield’s electronic music love-in goes back as far as the late-70s, when..
Mooching around Park Hill estate in 2016 is something of a surreal experience. Two-thirds of Europe’s largest listed structure remains..
Young, raw and armed with some dutty indie-punk riffs, KONG have made their stamp on the Sheffield scene over the..
‘We can’t have people thinking that we’re dickheads before we’ve even accomplished owt,’ says Liberty Ship guitarist Jack Eddison, who..
Beginning life as a band by busking on the streets of Scarborough, Buffalo Skinners have since embarked on a journey..
‘It’s teenage pop,’ says TRASH frontman Daniel Longmore. ‘That’s what we’re calling it.’ And if you’re wondering just what that..
Sitting in the concert hall of an old-school, no-nonsense social club complete with varnished wooden tables, Stones Best beer mats..
Sometimes you just stumble across a band – be it at a festival, a local gig or just browsing t’internet..