Tag Archives: Music
Review of Tropics of Youth on Devonshire Green at Tramlines. If any material was to bring a hopeful breakthrough of..
Review of Sugarhill Gang at Ponderosa at Tramlines. “Put your hands up in the air!” – If you didn’t raise..
Review of Slow Club at Devonshire Green at Tramlines. As the sun went down over the Exposed in Session stage..
Review of Renegade Brass Band on the Ponderosa stage at Tramlines. Thank goodness for the new super-sized Ponderosa stage! This..
Review of Payroll Union at Folk Forest at Tramlines Despite the distance, there’s a long established connection between the ‘folk’..
Review of Cleft at City Hall at Tramlines. Having never heard of Cleft before, I essentially had no idea what..
Review of Black Honey on the Crystal stage at Tramlines. Black Honey are well-known for their secrecy, with little about..
Review of Bang Bang Romeo at Devonshire Green at Tramlines. My first foray into Tramlines this year: Bang Bang Romeo...
Over 20,000 dance music fans have visited Digital Society events in Leeds – and next month features their biggest and..
We had a chat with the silver fox himself ahead of Spandau Ballet’s concert at the Motorpoint Arena on March..
Exposed meets Todd Terry ahead of History at Magna. Legendary DJ and producer, Todd Terry will be starring at South..
Review of Papa Roach – F.E.A.R. The main problem with Papa Roach is just how good their early material was...
Album review of Adamski’s Revolt. Always remembered for the ground-breaking 90s dance hit ‘Killer’, Adamski shoots the scene into a..
Black Rivers. A band recently formed by brothers Andy and Jez Williams – who you may recognise as being 2/3..