The Engy are a band from Kyoto, Japan that draw influence from pop, electronic and R&B to create something fun and altogether difference. Continue reading “Discovery: The Engy”
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.
Gold Spectacles are a London duo we’ve had the pleasure of featuring on our blog before, around about a year ago. Continue reading “Gold Spectacles – Steal You Away”
Sirenety is a British musician who lately released a new track called Watch It Burn. By Jane Howkins The track starts off as a slow burner, with her … Continue reading Discovery: Sirenety
Tonight I saw an exceptional new play: memorable, poetic and resonant.
Continue reading “Review: When The Rain Stops Falling at John Cooper Studios”
Emily Chambers is a Canadian R&B artist with a hell of voice.
The Indigo Project are a grunge-rock band from Leeds who probably have already have a bit of a following in our area. We’ve discovered them through their new track Setraline. Continue reading “Discovery: The Indigo Project”
It opened in 1997 and is now one of the longest running shows in the West End. The Woman in Black has returned to York Theatre Royal on tour. If you haven’t yet seen the show it is well worth a visit.
Continue reading “Review: The Woman In Black at York Theatre Royal”