A Friday night in Leeds with Ten Tonnes had the potential to be excellent. Filling the Beckett Student Union with an excitable crowd, the tour followed appearances at seemingly every festival in the UK, after […]
The Magic Gang were made to play in a live setting; animated and armed with permanent grins, their onstage energy is incomparable. Playing Hebden Bridge’s Trades Club felt like a rare opportunity for an intimate […]
Maisie Peters continues to stun listeners and melt hearts with the release of her unbelievable second EP, It’s Your Bed Babe, It’s Your Funeral.
The Magic Gang are set to take Hebden Bridge’s beloved Trades Club next week, with the promise of new songs under their belt.
Sunflower Thieves debut their second release, ‘Heavy Weight’, the perfect soundtrack to your autumn.
Our Music & Clubs editor Neive McCarthy takes us through the best places to head to to ensure your Freshers experience is one long party
Y Not Festival, nestled in the beautiful Peak District, has acquired a bit of a reputation in recent years for its somewhat unreliable weather. In both incredible artists and torrential downpours, it did not disappoint. […]
Nobody writes about love quite like Daniel Caesar. With a signature capacity for sending even the most cynical plunging into the depths of their feelings, even when his latest album, CASE STUDY 01 feels determined […]
Stumbling across some fresh talent is not difficult at Dot to Dot Manchester, where an abundance of the city’s many venues plays host to an array of upcoming artists. From the Albert Hall to Band […]
There’s something really special about Leeds in the summer – lazy days spent basking in the beautiful Yorkshire sun, culminating in picturesque sunsets washing over the city, all witnessed from the abundance of rooftop bars. […]
Not Waving, But Drowning is a love letter from Loyle Carner to his family, friends, girlfriend, and life itself. This review, in turn, is a love letter to that album. Anchored in vulnerability and bristling […]
Embellished with an abundance of high-profile collaborations and pulsing with tangible ambition, last year’s Oxnard saw Anderson .Paak soaring into new territories with brazen confidence. Nevertheless, it faced mixed reviews; critics argued that some of […]