Tag Archives: Music
Hush! Hush! Whisper who dares! There’s a Sofar secret gig going on upstairs! Well, not only upstairs, but in the..
Album review of Soul Crush, by The Fratellis. Whatever happened to The Fratellis, eh? After the roaring success of their..
Album review of Playland by Johnny Marr. It’s hard not to like Johnny Marr. Despite his global stardom as Britain’s..
Review of Heartleap by Vashti Bunyan. It’s been almost 45 years since the release of UK Folk singer Vashti Bunyan’s..
Album review of The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets. One of the more promising British bands of late, Marmozets are set..
‘John Lydon: Sold Out’ said the sign. Hopefully this was a reference to the lack of tickets, and not a..
Review of The Lost Brothers latest album, New Songs Of Dawn And Dust. Produced in relationship with The Coral’s guitarist..
Review of Inspiral Carpets’ self-titled album. Inspiral Carpets are back. What’s more, they’re on form – with this absolutely stellar..
David Bowie released the album ‘The Man Who Sold the World’ in 1970. It was a hugely significant step as..
Classic Sheffield albums. Yes I know Pulp, Human League and Heaven 17 – but over the years there have been..
Phew, what a cracker. Tramlines 2014 is now history, and I won’t be alone in my opinion that this was..
Review of The Bluehearts’ first EP, Hurt. The Sheffield five piece have released their first EP, Hurt. Produced and mixed..
Review of new The Courteeners’ new album, Concrete Love. Six years ago, The Courteeners released St Jude. It was a..
Sheffield duo Slow Club have released their highly anticipated third studio album Complete Surrender – and Exposed are happy to..