Category : Music

In the Middle with Her’s

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Gabby Kenny meets with Stephen Fitzpatrick and Audun Laading – the dynamic duo Her‘s – as they come to the end of their UK tour. Backstage at the Brudenell Social Club, the boys discuss their stylistic inspirations, their hopes for the future and their experiences on tour. Stephen Fitzpatrick and … Read More

The Music Modernization Act: Music as Politics, Politics as Music

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Kanye West made front page news last month with his crazed rant during a meeting with President Donald Trump, going on a tirade about alternate universes and “iPlanes”. What you might have missed was that earlier the same day the President passed a piece of legislation that had been whispered … Read More

A Celebration of Saxophone Day

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Sometimes, it seems like the saxophone is underrated outside of its beginnings in classical music and its jazzy tendencies. This alone should make it clear that Saxophone Day, on the 6th November, deserves to exist and should be celebrated. “But there seems to be a day for everything now!”, you … Read More

In The Middle With The Blinders

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With their ominous aura and heavy bass driven sound, the The Blinders, a Manchester based trio, originally from South Yorkshire, turned the Brudenell Social Club into a 21st century dystopia. I caught up with vocalist/guitarist Thomas Haywood and drummer Matty Neale before their sold out Sunday night gig to ask them … Read More

Dream Wife Call All The Bad Bitches to the Front, 25.10.18

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The revival of femme punk has to be one of the most exciting things happening in the rock world today. The old days of ‘sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll have been pushed aside by the likes of Dream Wife, a three-piece feminist riot hailing from Brighton. They are here … Read More

Oxjam Takes Over Leeds for One Night Only

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Oxjam came back for its fifth year in Leeds this weekend – bringing with it another day packed full of incredible music. For only £2 a venue, or £10 for a wristband with access to all 5 venues, you could see 30 plus bands and over 12 hours of live … Read More

NAO Returns With Sophomore Studio Album, Saturn

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NAO’s sophomore studio album, Saturn, released under her own label, Little Tokyo Recordings, was released unto us last Friday. Her phenomenal debut album, For All We Know, hurtled her into the spotlight back in July 2016, dripping in soul and R&B with electronic and consistently funky dance production. The album … Read More

Bill Ryder-Jones’ New Album is No YAWN

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Bill Ryder-Jones returns with his best album to date. Yawn is the culmination of a seven-year solo career and a pained existence, moving his beautifully depressing guitar music into a much deeper dimension. Together these ten songs represent a meditative reflection of Ryder-Jones’ self and relationships. The goose bump inducing … Read More

Bugzy Malone Reclaims His Crown, 25.10.18

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Truly claiming his title, ‘King of the North’, Bugzy Malone dominated at the O2 Academy, delivering a performance that only solidified his place within grime royalty. An expert in crowd control, he was able to unite sweaty complexions across the floor space as he rolled out hit after hit from … Read More

Mahalia Brings Her Raw Talent to Wardrobe, 15.10.18

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As Mahalia strutted out on stage in her light pink jumpsuit and black high top converse, you knew you were in for a treat; she appeared so cool and calm that you could not help but admire her. Then she burst into her popular track ‘No Pressure’ to warm up … Read More