The last few months have flown by. It’s already time for our quarterly round up of new music we’ve had the pleasure of listening to. Since we’re on Spotify now, a playlist seemed to ideal way of celebrating it. Continue reading “Playlist: New Music Retrospective #2”
The Bank Holiday weekend saw the return of Dot to Dot Festival, the premiere multi-city, multi-venue festival in the UK, taking place in Manchester, Nottingham and Bristol. Undeterred by recent events, the festival went ahead as planned and the crowds were not left disappointed. Continue reading “Dot To Dot Festival”
Last Autumn, we handpicked seven Yorkshire tracks that should be in your playlist and the response was epic. We thought it was time for an update. These tracks will get you ready for the Summer. Continue reading “7 Under the Radar Tracks to Soundtrack Your Summer”
Harrison Rimmer is a rising star of the York music scene, known for his gravelly voice, acoustic-rock style and tales of bittersweet romance. Envy sits nicely … Continue reading Harrison Rimmer – Envy
Last week saw the return of Independent Venue Week to Fibbers. The annual celebration highlights the importance small venues have in terms of keeping the music industry alive. As the old saying goes, all big bands will have played a small venue at some point in their career. Friday’s line-up consisted of some local legends (including York’s favourite son, Shed Seven’s Rick Witter) and some up-and-comers. We went along to get some photos of the action. Continue reading “Rick Witter & Paul Banks at Fibbers”
The three events you shouldn’t miss this week.
Last Friday, York local Harrison Rimmer headed to The Black Swan for the tour of his latest EP ‘C’. Support came from Chris Mather, Tom McKenzie and Kevin Young. We headed down on the night to get some pics of them in action. Check them out below.