Warming up the crowd for My Wonderful Daze is Freek, a local twosome who surprised me by their sound. Ellis was on vocals with an echo … Continue reading My Wonderful Daze – EP Launch review
Since when did Leeds Festival bake in the sunshine all weekend without a drop of rain? I can’t remember it ever happening. I’m much more used … Continue reading Leeds Festival 22nd – 25th August 2019
This was the 10th anniversary of the ever popular Deer Shed Festival and all the stops were pulled out for this one.
We sent one of our guys to capture some images of this momentous occasion, here’ s what he captured; Continue reading “Deer Shed Festival (day 1)”
King Louis (There’s Not Enough Champagne) is the debut music video from Gawain and the Green Knight, a brooklyn based folk duo. By Jane Howkins It’s a beautiful folk … Continue reading Video: Gawain and the Green Knight
The third acoustic night of the 2019 season saw Whitney Abdullah taking top slot amongst a strong line up playing to a very appreciative crowd on a Sunday night in The Bell & Crown. We sent the old timer known as Andy Argyle to get some shots of the evening.
Cattle & Cane make a statement with their folk-rock meets orchestral performance of Birdsong at Middlesbrough Town Hall with support from the Northern Orchestra.
House on Fire by Props is a sweet and catchy electro-pop track that I guarantee will be stuck in your ear all week.Continue reading “Discovery: Props”
Canadian indie outfit, Wintersleep, set the tone for their album In the Land Of with the satisfying and introspective track Forest FireContinue reading “Discovery: Wintersleep”
Eyre Llew have had a solid fan-base in their native Nottingham for some time but, having toured the UK and East Asia last year, their make themselves known of a global stage. Continue reading “Discovery: Eyre Llew”