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October Drift

October Drift

With their thunderous debut EP ‘Stranger days’ receiving a number of spirited airings on the Exposed jukebox – tearing down..
Sticky Blood

Sticky Blood

Despite its more recent ties with guitar bands, Sheffield’s electronic music love-in goes back as far as the late-70s, when..
MONGRELS

MONGRELS

Mooching around Park Hill estate in 2016 is something of a surreal experience. Two-thirds of Europe’s largest listed structure remains..
KONG

KONG

Young, raw and armed with some dutty indie-punk riffs, KONG have made their stamp on the Sheffield scene over the..
Liberty Ship

Liberty Ship

‘We can’t have people thinking that we’re dickheads before we’ve even accomplished owt,’ says Liberty Ship guitarist Jack Eddison, who..
Buffalo Skinners

Buffalo Skinners

Beginning life as a band by busking on the streets of Scarborough, Buffalo Skinners have since embarked on a journey..
TRASH

TRASH

‘It’s teenage pop,’ says TRASH frontman Daniel Longmore. ‘That’s what we’re calling it.’ And if you’re wondering just what that..
The SSS

The SSS

Sitting in the concert hall of an old-school, no-nonsense social club complete with varnished wooden tables, Stones Best beer mats..
Nai Harvest

Nai Harvest

Punk is back. And what’s more, it’s sounding pretty darn good too. So note down 2015 as the year we..
Slow Club

Slow Club

It’s good to see Slow Club back on Sheffield ground. The duo have been voracious tourers during their nine-year period..
Joe Carnall Jnr

Joe Carnall Jnr

“Yeah, I remember spending a fair bit of time rehearsing down here back in the day,” muses Joe Carnall, “but..
Ordnance

Ordnance

The factory floor beneath our feet is covered in dust and scorch marks as the electric arc furnace slowly rumbles..
Hands Off Gretel

Hands Off Gretel

It’s easy to get the grunge look – simply find yourself a flannel shirt, a pair of battered Doc Martens..