This September, Wakefield was once again riddled with indie kids and live music fans as Long Division Festival returned for the tenth time.
Will Green didn’t go out for Halloween. Was he saving himself for something far better. A trip to London? A vital sports fixture? An important essay? A visit from family? Nope, he went to Wakefield […]
Seeing DMA’s at Wakefield’s Unity Works was not only my first time seeing the Australian band, but the first time I had stepped foot into the city. A mere half hour from Leeds on the train, […]
Last weekend I dragged my hungover self to Burley station and spent £2.60 on a train to Wakefield. Not my usual destination of choice for a post-fruity Saturday but the Hepworth Gallery had just opened […]
For me, a lost thirteen year old transitioning from the shallow pool of pop-music into the depths of the indie music scene, The Cribs were the tidal wave that propelled me through the world of […]
Following the success of their 5th album ‘In The Belly of The Brazen Bull’, Wakefield trio The Cribs were one of the must-sees of this year’s Reading and Leeds festivals. Leeds Student chatted to […]
After Bradford Bulls’ 70-6 thumping at the hands of Hull FC, Wakefield Trinity Wildcats were handed the perfect opportunity to break into Super League’s Play-Off places at home to Widnes Vikings on Sunday evening. […]