Tag : Jenny Pudney

Camp Cope & More: Australia’s Fight Against Sexual Harassment

7 months ago / 0 comments

Falls Festival in Australia is meant to be a euphoric celebration to bring the year to an end, yet amongst claims of widespread sexual abuse the festival has served simply highlighted the entrenched misogyny in the Australian music scene and beyond. Cast your mind over to the far-off land of … Read More

Almost Home by Keston Cobblers Club

1 year ago / 0 comments

Keston Cobblers Club have been movers and shakers in the family folk scene since their formation in 2009, now eight years later this band of five friends have released their third album, Almost Home. Named after a famous Cobbler in Keston who played music so that locals would dance, wear … Read More

Now That The Light Is Fading by Maggie Rogers

2 years ago / 0 comments

Maggie Rogers’ painfully short EP of five songs is an unforgettable debut, showcasing songs which would be at home both on a relaxed Sunday morning and out at a club. Infusing pop with elements of R&B, dance and sporadic sounds of nature, Roger’s has created a completely unique collection of … Read More

For a Moment I Was Lost by Amber Run

2 years ago / 0 comments

Amber Run have returned with a beautifully depressing second album. Scrapping their guitar roots (very similar to the likes of Kodaline), the Nottingham four-piece have opted for a new, complex sound laced with emotion. Utilising smooth pianos, harmonies and simple guitar riffs sporadically rearing their head, each song is enriched … Read More

Hippo Campus @ Belgrave Music Hall, 31/01/2017

2 years ago / 0 comments

Minnesotan indie rock band Hippo Campus returned to Leeds for a third-time-lucky gig at Belgrave Music Hall. The night could not have got off to better start, what with slick indie pop tune from local favourites, The Marsicans, promoting their latest EP The Absence and teasing their upcoming single ‘Friends’. … Read More

Frightened Rabbit @ Stylus, 02/12/16

2 years ago / 0 comments

Going to see a band whose music you hardly know and have a good time doesn’t just require good music, but a connection between both audience and the band. Frightened Rabbit seemed to lack the capacity to connect with anyone but the die-hard fans who may as well have stayed … Read More

In The Middle with Bill Hunt of Wizzard

2 years ago / 0 comments

44 years ago whilst still a member of Wizzard, the band who brought us the Christmas classic ‘I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday’, Bill Hunt wrote ‘The Carlsberg Special Brew’ a harpsichord B-side. Now he has written a follow up continuing with the alcoholic theme ‘El Original Brew’ with … Read More

In The Middle with Georgie

2 years ago / 0 comments

Despite being just 21, Georgie has years of experience under her belt (with videos of her performing on YouTube four years ago under the name Georgie Rose). In the last year she has been signed to Jake Bugg’s management and Columbia Records before playing on the BBC Introducing stage at … Read More

Jake Bugg @ O2 Academy Leeds, 26/10/16

2 years ago / 0 comments

Stepping into the spotlight in only jet black, the ballsy Nottingham singer simply has to pluck the first notes of ‘On My One’ to command the sold out crowd’s attention. They were clearly waiting for the verse to begin so they could wail along to Jake Bugg’s all too familiar … Read More

Trudy and the Romance @ Oporto, 19/10/16

2 years ago / 0 comments

There seems to be a plethora of generic indie bands cluttering the music scene at the moment. Trudy and the Romance, formerly just Trudy, are a much needed breath of fresh air with their weird and wonderful fusion of grunge and doo wop 1950s pop. Running early Trudy quickly strummed … Read More