The award winning ArcTanGent festival is the world’s ultimate music festival for connoisseurs of Math-rock, Post-rock, Noise-rock, Alt-rock and everything in between and takes place August 17th-19th.
We interviewed three-piece alternative band Blinders ahead of their performance at the Cotton Cloud Festival on the 12th August.
This week’s magazine focuses on a duo of festivals, finding out more about the music on offer at July’s Selby Arts Festival, chatting to Patch And The Giant’s Luke Owns, and Lazy Sunday Afternoon Festival, taking place in Leeds on 13 August. Continue reading “York Calling Magazine – Issue 7”
On Saturday, Selby five-piece took the stage at Fibbers. They headed an all-local line-up that featured singer-songwriter Jessica Mellor, three-piece Frames and rock band Minster Conspiracy. Check out our photos from the night below, and watch out for this week’s York Calling Magazine for the full review! Continue reading “Native City at Fibbers”
We sat down with The Everly Pregnant Brothers to chat the Cotton Clouds Festival, future festivals, and more!
Imagine Dragons are one of those bands that people either love or hate, and a lot of that hate is due to their popularity, which many see as undeserved. That’s an unfair assessment really, as they’re certainly a talented bunch.
Sheffield based Tramlines festival is coming up quick so they have released a short video to get people excited.
This week’s issue features a preview of Cotton Clouds Festival, an interview with York-based singer-songwriter Tilly Moses, photos from last Saturday’s York Calling Presents… night as well as the usual events rundown and music reviews. Continue reading “York Calling Magazine – Issue 6”
Mark Thomas sets out to find what the future has in store for us by asking the audience what their predictions for the future are, creating a fantastical, hilarious and sometimes accurate vision of the world.