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.
Issue 6 of York Calling Magazine is now available, chock full of features of what’s exciting right now in York and further afield.
“What a month it’s been already!” Exclaims Editor in Chief, Graeme Smith. “I’m fresh from the high of our official weekly mag launch and a fantastic show we held at Clements Hall to celebrate new talent in York. You can check out some pics of the show on page 8 of this week’s mag.”
“We’re in the height of festival season so, hot on the heels on our feature on Selby Arts Festival last week, we’ve got the lowdown on Cotton Clouds Festival, which takes place just the other side of the Pennines in Saddleworth in August. To set the scene we’ve posed quick Q and As to Shadow Palace, The Everly Pregnant Brothers and Nev Cottee.”
As well as the feature on Cotton Clouds, there is a fascinating interview with Tilly Moses, the singer-songwriter who now calls York home. She has just released her debut album via GingerDog Records so we swooped in to find out more about this emerging talent.
This week’s music reviews run a gamut of genres, from pop’s Imagine Dragons and Camille Peruto to punks Rise Against. We also run the rule over releases from Meadowlark, Brooke Benthem and the evergreen Paul Weller.
As ever, the magazine is available from our Magazine page.