2014 was yet another massive year for the Sheffield music scene. We saw new bands breaking through, older bands returning..
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Exposed meets Prides. With over ten years of experience in the music industry behind them, Scottish synth-pop band Prides really..
Exposed Meets Slow Club. Hailing from Sheffield, home-grown duo Charles Watson and Rebecca Taylor make up harmonising, scruffy pop duo..
Review of Peace at Queens Social Club, January 31 2015. After bringing Birmingham to the fore of the British rock..
Review of Public Service Broadcasting’s latest album, The Race For Space. Public Service Broadcasting are certainly some sort of oddity;..
Album review of Wu-Tang Clan – A Better Tomorrow. It’s been just over twenty years since the release of the..
It’s time to journey up the narrow stairs for one last time this year and decide which of this year’s..
Review of Pink Floyd tribute, Brit Floyd at Sheffield City Hall on 14th December 2014. When it comes to tribute..
Leeds five piece Hookworms’ latest release ‘The Hum’ follows on from 2013’s hypnotic ‘Mystic Pearl’ with a renewed explosive energy...
There’s absolutely no denying that Sarah Joyce, AKA Rumer, has a voice so soft it’s comparable to velvet and honey...
I recall first establishing a fondness for Paul Heaton’s music during a family holiday to Withernsea as a young’un. The..
I spent an enjoyable night recently with Graham Fellows, sipping Guinness in the Broomhill Tavern. Here’s what he had to..
An event worthy of the Gothic Lantern Theatre setting. Rophonic concerts are always more than just musicians on stage playing for their..
Hush! Hush! Whisper who dares! There’s a Sofar secret gig going on upstairs! Well, not only upstairs, but in the..