Sheffield Scene Round-up
Sheffield music is thriving right now with what must have been one of the biggest weekends of local gigs we have seen in a long time. Venues were packed to the nines with everyone showing support to upcoming local bands, here is a run-down of what’s been going on over the last few days.
Leadmill was absolutely rammed on Saturday with Liberty Ship’s gig selling out well in advance; indie rock bands The Leathernecks and The Reveurs also joined them on the stage for a massive night.
Fox Den celebrated it’s one year anniversary with sets from three acts who’ve worked with the up-and-coming recording studio.
Mike Hughes kicked things off with an acoustic set, followed by synth-led three-piece Glass and rounded off in style by a new-look Every Animal On Earth
Blood Sport enteretained the Sensoria crowd with some hypnotic afro-beat/noise rock fusion. Later on, psychotic pop peddlers Faerground Accidents regaled the crowd with their punky Suede-meets-Sheffield sound.
While over at The Harley, alternative rock four-piece Julia took to the stage. Check out the vid for their latest track ‘Take or Leave’ below.
A bloody good few days for the Sheff music scene then. Make sure to check out any of the above bands you haven’t heard yet and here’s to the future, eh?