The final installment of this season of our podcast is a rock episode with guest appearances by York indie band King No-One, York pop-punkers Heartsink and East Midlands rockers Prime. Continue reading “Going Underground #11 – King No-One, Heartsink, Prime”
King No-One are one of York’s most successful exports. The indie pop band are known to frequently perform headline tours across the country and they always sell out their hometown dates. It’s hardly surprising when they keep putting out bangers – the latest being their new track Get You Right. Continue reading “New Music: King No-One – Get You Right”
On Saturday local indie-pop heroes King No-One returned to headline Fibbers. In support were Follow The Giant and Sertones. We headed down and got some photos of the action. Continue reading “King No-One at Fibbers”
The annual Reading and Leeds Festivals were back with a bang last weekend, and thankfully the weather stayed with us this time, unlike the mudfest that occurred last year in the north. Here are a few bonus photos from our time at Leeds. Continue reading “Leeds Festival 2017 – Photoset”
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”
This week, BBC Radio 1 has been featuring local boy Alexander James’s single Faith on its playlist. The single’s video was featured on York Calling back in December so it got us reminiscing about the other videos we’ve featured and wondering where are they now? Continue reading “6 Great Music Videos from Yorkshire”
On Friday, Fibbers welcomed the return of local boys King No-One who stopped by York on their current national tour promoting new single Halo. Joining them for the evening were supports Seratones, Pura Vida and Lion Papers. We got some shots of the action. Continue reading “King No-One At Fibbers”
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!
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