Seven-piece band Hardwicke Circus, whose members include a trombone player, a saxophone player, and a keys player, are paying homage to the great bands of the past. They take influences but they don’t copy, and the result is a unique sound, soul-infused classic rock ‘n roll.
Truck Festival sold out once again this year, and after a long weekend under the sun, it is easy to see why. This year was the festivals 21st anniversary, and it has only got bigger and better, whilst still maintaining that “festival in your backyard” vibe that all it’s festival-goers love. I have personally attended …
The seventh annual Long Division festival comes into full swing tomorrow. With an eclectic assortment of arts, literary and music events taking place across some of Wakefield’s most loved landmarks and venues, including the Town Hall and Cathedral, Long Division is Wakey’s largest festival of music and culture. Established in 2011, Long Division sets out …
Nottingham-based The Long Islands have released their seven-track debut EP ‘After Hours’, the three-piece formed in 2015 during university, where numerous jamming sessions commenced, Long Island Iced Teas were consumed – which then gave them their band name!
Although from the birthplace of Kate Bush, a place possibly more known for having a shopping centre than its musicial talents – Glass Peaks might just be the best thing to come out of Bexleyheath since the world renown clocktower.
If you ever feel like you want to be transported into an alternate space through music, then The Wantanabes are for you.
Ever felt lost in a sea of millennials, all grouped onto the same bandwagon with the same ideas our generation call ideals? Ever wished you could find a genuine music artist that is brave enough to tackle these struggles of the society and macroculture we live in?
RXC is a new project from a secretive 21-year-old, Bristol-based, singer/songwriter/producer. Whoever this individual is, she says that her music is influenced by The XX, Låpsley, and Banks.
Heralding from the North, there is a new band that is wowing crowds not just in the musically orientated city of Liverpool, but all over the country. But when you are as irresistible as Idle Frets, is it really any wonder?
London-based quartet Slowlines are supporting Eliza and the Bear on their final UK tour of 2016 which kicked off last night in Cardiff – alongside talented South-Londoner Scott Verrill – the moniker of KYKO.