With the media gripped with the corona virus and local flooding concerns, what better way to put these fears to one side for a night and travel to a well known gig venue for a welcome diversion. We heard that the very popular Marsicans were playing at the Fulford Arms so we pulled out our photographer from hibernation to go and investigate then report back. Here’s what he captured. Continue reading “Marsicans at The Fulford Arms”
On a dark and murky Sunday night the open mic season continued with a full complement of acts, our local photographer was there to capture the event.
As part of an extensive UK tour, Life were down to play at the small but perfectly formed Fulford Arms. We sent our photographer down to get some shots of what was on paper going to be a very eventful gig. The ever-popular local band, Faux Pas kicked things off to their appreciative partisan fans. Then came the main event, this is where our guy found out the meaning of Life, having survived a close encounter with the mosh pit he was still able to grab some shots of the a very memorable night. Continue reading “Life at The Fulford Arms”
Following on from a highly successful set at this year’s Deer Shed Festival (which was covered by York Calling), we found out that She Drew the Gun was going to play a more intimate venue on Tuesday the 15th October at the Crescent Community Venue in York.
This was an opportunity not to be missed, so we sent someone down to battle the sell out crowd and get some images of a very memorable gig. Here’s what he captured.
As the open mic season continues at The Bell & Crown, we heard that the talented Joe Harkin was headlining the show. We sent our resident photographer Andy Argyle to grab a slice of the action.
The news on the street was that The Murder Capital was heading for the Crescent Community Venue. On paper this was going to be a very raucous gig, it didn’t disappoint. Playing to a sell out crowd our guy jumped into the thick of it to get some shots and lived to tell the tale. Continue reading “The Murder Capital at The Crescent Community Venue”
It’s the time of year that sees many festivals taking place, so we sent our photographer Andy Argyle down to Snaith to grab a few shots of the opening night at the infamous Snaith Fest, here’s what he took.
Mud, Glorious Mud.
Photos by Andy Argyle Continue reading “Deer Shed Festival (final day)”
Here comes the rain again, but this did not dampen the crowd’s spirits.
Photos by Andy Argyle