Editor in chief Graeme Smith runs down the up and coming acts he’s excited about in 2018. Continue reading “Ones to Watch 2018”
The latest lineup for this year’s Dot to Dot Festival has been released, including the local lineup for Manchester’s event. Continue reading “Dot to Dot Festival”
If 2016 was a good year for studio releases, 2017 is already promising to beat it. Many young local bands are expected to reach the milestone of a full-length release and we’re going to see the return of some international names. Head Writer Jane Howkins and Editor in Chief Graeme Smith run down some of the albums they are anticipating this year. Continue reading “9 albums to look forward to in 2017”
Faux Pas are possibly the hottest thing coming out of York right now. The teenage 4-piece have already performed at Leeds Festival, been featured on Radio 1, and now have a self-titled EP under their collective belts. We got a hold of a copy and gave it a listen ahead of its official launch on Thursday at Fibbers. Continue reading “Faux Pas – Faux Pas EP”
The three events you shouldn’t miss this week. Continue reading “Top 3 // 18 August 2016”
On Friday night Fibbers saw the return of King No-One with support acts Lion Papers, Alleyways and Faux Pas. With their rapid rise to success, this headline act didn’t need much by the way of warm up but the supports were on fire, despite a few technical glitches!
The three events you shouldn’t miss this week.
Last Saturday alt-rock band Glass Caves headed to Fibbers to put on an incredible show. Support came from the indie guys Alleyways, The Omega Era and Faux Pas. We managed to snap some pics from the night. Check them out below.
The five lucky local support artists have now been selected to perform at this year’s York Fake Festival on Saturday 28th May at The Knavesmire, in celebration of the 10th anniversary of Fake Festivals.