An intimate review of Arlo Parks’ recent gig at Belgrave.
Musicians have endured a tumultuous and difficult time during the pandemic, with little support. Leeds based quintet ‘himehabu’ spoke to Isabel Ralphs to discuss their experiences.
Megan Johnson gives her top tips on how to keep your plant friends thriving.
Welcoming new members every week, rehearsals for the choir started on 17th March and are to continue every Tuesday. However, this is not at odds with current lockdown restrictions: it all happens online. ‘Sofa Singers’ […]
Political statements are made every year during awards season and at this year’s Brits it was no different, but 21-year-old Dave’s performance was more stirring than most. The Brits only recently began inviting grime artists […]
To call Taylor Swift a megastar is a severe understatement. The 30-year-old has broken records with her singing and songwriting success, a position that most of her fans wish they could be in. However, stardom […]
There’s no need to review the O2 Academy – it’s a cornerstone of culture in Leeds and it’ll stay that way for a long time. Jake Bugg’s performance on Tuesday night truly showcased this fact. […]
It seems that Billie Eilish wants to finish the year strongly. ‘everything i wanted’ is a softer, melancholic and sadder version of Eilish, reflecting her feelings on fame. The 17-year-old starts with the idea of […]
With Bobby’s Disco blasting Steve Monite’s Only You and DJs like Folamour and Hunee who famously mix Afro boogie, funk and beat into their sets, it’s quite clear the influence of West African music is […]
Chesca Henderson-Cox made her way down to Wire on the 28/09/2019 to fall under Call Super’s sonic spell as her took over the packed out venue. Pumping tunes beckoned me onto the dance floor, red […]
With the shortlist for this year’s Mercury Music Prize being more politicised than ever, Toni Stephenson takes a look at how politics and music have become increasingly intertwined over recent years.
After a decade in folk trio Mountain Man, Molly Sarlé has gone solo and is releasing her debut album later this month. Alex Gibbon caught up with her during her European tour for an introspective, thoughtful yet effortlessly charming chat about the joys of Yorkshire’s moors, going solo, and karaoke calamities.