Your time is precious and sometimes money is tight, so we understand that it’s not always possible to get out and see local bands in action. However, there is plenty of fine recorded music from artists in York and beyond available right now. We run down seven of the best tracks we’ve heard. Continue reading “7 Tracks from Yorkshire that Should Be in Your Playlist”
After 17 years of delivering high energy performances and recording songs about zombies, drink and surfing, popular surf-rock band the Surf Sluts will be calling it a day after their performance at York’s Little Festival of Live Music this coming weekend.
We caught up with Kate McGill and Daniel Broadley, members of Meadowlark to discuss their new single Quicksand, festivals and touring.
Pop Punk band Landmarks from Manchester release In Spite of it All, their third record as a band and the first to feature new guitarist, Nic Foley.
On Friday, Fibbers welcomed the return of local boys King No-One who stopped by York on their current national tour promoting new single Halo. Joining them for the evening were supports Seratones, Pura Vida and Lion Papers. We got some shots of the action. Continue reading “King No-One At Fibbers”
Now in its fourth year, York’s Little Festival of Live Music has returned to Parliament Street from Friday 23 September – Saturday 1 October and is set to be bigger and better than ever before.
The three events you shouldn’t miss this week.
On Sunday evening, local electro-soul/pop sensation Kymberley Kennedy brought two alternative RnB hours to her namesake Kennedy’s Bar & Restaurant. These now regular Sunday live music nights are proving popular at this lively city venue and who better than Kym to ensure that no one there wanted the weekend to end.
York’s very own free-entry music festival York’s Little Festival of Live Music has, by public vote, made it into the top five in three categories of the Yorkshire Gig Guide Awards – Outstanding New Festival of the Year, Outstanding Contribution to the Community of the Year and Outstanding Promotion of the Year. Continue reading “York’s Little Festival at The Yorkshire Gig Guide Awards”