It is often said that the silver lining on any period of political turmoil is that it inspires so many good protest songs. No doubt the years ahead will prove this adage. In the meantime, we thought it would be good to look back at some examples coming out of York in recent years. Continue reading “5 Protest Songs By York Artists”
Youth Music has organised a fundraising gig between 24-31 March 2017 called Give a Gig Week.
Italian screamo band Adam Kills Eve have released their latest E.P. Of Time all about contradictions of time perception.
Take Today are an under the radar band from Glasgow. Their album Choices was released late last year. While they might not be that well known at the moment (there’s also a band from Philadelphia with the same name that seem to have the internet dominance), Choices shows a band that has a lot of potential, and hopefully Take Today should emerge victorious at some point in the near future. Continue reading “Take Today – Choices”
Live in San Diego is the thirteenth live album by the British rock musician Eric Clapton from March 2007.
We interviewed Liza Violet, one of the members of five-piece indie rock group from Leeds, Menace Beach.
Threatpoint are a groove metal band from Pennsylvania, pushing the genre to extreme boundaries on their third studio album R.I.P. Continue reading “Threatpoint – R.I.P.”
The Super Furry Animals bring their costumes, witty lyrics, stonking music and light show for the Fuzzy Logic and Radiator Tour in Leeds. Continue reading Super Furry Animals – ‘Fuzzy Logic and Radiator’ at Leeds O2 Academy
Magnificent Seven played at Fulford Arms to celebrate their new E.P.with support from Harrison Rimmer, the Sex Cripples and On the Ropes.
Continue reading “Magnificent Seven, Fulford Arms”