The Gryphon spoke to guitarist Will Sergeant about the early days of Echo and the Bunnymen, the music that transformed them from an obscure indie secret to a household name, as well as how it feels to perform those classic songs 40 years later.
After almost a year of not being able to see each other due to the pandemic, BLOXX
are back and better than ever as they prepare to perform on their biggest headline
tour to date.
Fern McErlane caught up with Pale Waves’ frontwoman Heather Baron-Gracie ahead of the release of their second album, Who Am I?
“I use my autism to make my corner of the world a bit nicer.” Alex Gibbon caught up with lovely local legend Dman to discuss accessibility in nightlife for Disability History Month.
Ahead of their tour, Caitlin Tilley chatted to Another Sky’s singer Catrin Vincent about songwriting during a global crisis and what’s wrong with the music industry.
Ahead of the release of their second album, Neive McCarthy chatted to frontman Jack Kaye of The Magic Gang about embracing honesty, the band’s development and all things Death of the Party.
Scottish band The Snuts are determined to redefine how to succeed in the indie scene with a unique mindset that allows for continual growth and lots of fun. The band will be playing Leeds East […]
Down in the grungy basement of alternative hotspot The Key Club, past the bleeping arcade machines played by tour crew members, a tiny green room hides two musicians set to perform that evening. The freshest […]
Drum and bass duo Hybrid Minds stopped off in Leeds last week as part of their Outline UK tour to play a packed-out show at the O2 Academy. Writer Hollie Griss sat down with one […]
A caipirinha is meant to be an easy drink to make. Brazil’s national cocktail consists of just three ingredients: ice, lime and a distilled spirt made of fermented sugarcane, cachaça. The ice clinks against the […]
A folk singing national treasure took to the Brudenell stage on 7/2/20. Section editor Jessica caught up with him before the show to ask a few questions surrounding the rugged artist. He happily bumbled over in […]
Formerly known as East India Youth, William Doyle is returning to Leeds after sometime away, he has a history with the city as he used to be based in York. He is well versed in […]