Listening to the Scotsman’s new album transports you back to the funk and soul wonder years of Motown classics –..
The Deep End, which is the debut album from London based MC iTCH, packs as much punch as a Mike..
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Tramlines Times Interview with Bang Bang Romeo ahead of the festival. Described by Radio 1’s Huw Stephens as ‘one of..
The Dunwells are brothers Joe and Dave Dunwell along with cousins Jonny Lamb and Rob Clayton. Having spent their formative..
Looking out the window, a rain soaked John Street scowls unwelcomingly back. Yet within the cosy confines of Reverend and..
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..
A Nottinghamshire/Sheffield hybrid, Roger The Mascot are four friends with energy in abundance. Their distinct brand of Indie Funk has..
There’s something instantly likeable about Rita Payne. The amiable Doncaster duo, comprising of multi-instrumentalists Rhiannon Scutt and Pete Sowerby’s, are..
Walking around the set of Exposed’s In Session shoot with the Everly Pregnant Brothers, one cannot help but become embroiled..
Sheffield four piece The Book Club have become respected scholars in the study of melodious tracks, witty lyrics and catchy..
Following the release of their ferocious first album after some relentless gigging up and down the realm, including more or..
Adventure! Endeavour! Tweed! For the first time in history Exposed In Session is going on the road – and based..