International Teachers of Pop are a kinky saucepot of fun. Having spent some personal time with this gorgeous group in..
Premiering his new album ‘Looking From Where I Stand’ – a cosmic blend of his usual country and indie-tinged tunes..
Did you know that one the UK’s most successful electrodub acts resides right here in Sheffield, in a sleepy suburb..
British pop giants Madness have announced their return to the road in 2021 with a new tour supported by special..
A Sheffield music venue, famed for its electrifying 100 capacity gigs in a disused warehouse in Sheffield city-centre, is set..
The Boardwalk, on Snig Hill, which has played host to a number of key moments in music history, including The..
Dare. Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not. Different Class. Penthouse and Pavements. Coles Chuffin’ Corner. OK… we..
Breaking into the music industry is a tough enough gig for aspiring musicians, never mind with the added strain of..
For the best part of two decades now, singer-songwriter Ed Cosens has been an ever-present influence on the Sheffield music..
‘Origin Myths’ is an enchanting 20 minutes of mind-altering solitude. It transports the listener to a non-terrestrial enchanted mesa, one..
After the success of Sheffield’s premium electronic music and visual arts festival last year, No Bounds Festival organisers are excited..
Inspired by and innately connected to nature, Sister Wives are all on the same epistemological page. Influenced by a topos..
“I had to speak on it all” – Matic Mouth on lockdown life, the need for change and his cathartic new album
For Sheffield artist and rapper Matic Mouth (real name Marcus Smith), the first lockdown of 2020 allowed him the time..
Tramlines, Sheffield’s biggest city-based music festival has announced the lineup for its 2021 event, taking place at Hillsborough Park from..