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.
In addition, we also chat to Little Barrie’s Barrie Cadogan about his illustrious career, including the now infamous Better Call Saul title music. Plus, there’s a live review of Native City’s headliner at Fibbers from last Saturday.
“We return this week to the much-anticipated Selby Arts Festival, featuring an in-depth interview with Patch and The Giant frontman Luke Owens,” Editor in Chief Graeme Smith says. “I greatly enjoyed my chat with Luke and look forward to seeing him when he and the band take the stage at River Mills Ballroom on 30 July. I have to admit part of the anticipation comes from seeing what the ballroom looks like in its refurbished state, but the rest is all about what kind of fun show PATG are going to put on!”
We also look forward to a new version of the Robin Hood legend at York Theatre Royal and Kirk Brandon’s appearance at this year’s Black Rose Ball, alongside our usual events rundown and music reviews. This week’s reviews feature Crumplehorns, Joseph Parsons, R LUM R, Make Them Suffer, Roddy Woomble and Little Barrie.
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