Editor in chief Graeme Smith runs down the up and coming acts he’s excited about in 2018. Continue reading “Ones to Watch 2018”
2016 hasn’t been all bad. A lot of fantastic albums have been released – making this list a hard one to compile! The resurfacing of the pop-punk genre, a slew of classic albums being released and of course the return of several big bands (here’s looking at you, Green Day and Blink 182) has made this task especially difficult. There are a lot of albums we sadly couldn’t include here due to the sheer amount of good releases this year, but there should be something here for all listeners to enjoy. And, if you like these records, why not check out our recommended local bands. Continue reading “The 10 Best Albums of 2016”
On Friday, musicians took to the stage at Fibbers in support of homeless charity Crisis. The result was an eclectic mix of some of York’s finest, including Laura Kindelan, Jimbo Doomface, Paul Bryce, Van der Neer and Lost Trends. Continue reading “Musicians Against Homelessness”
Your time is precious and sometimes money is tight, so we understand that it’s not always possible to get out and see local bands in action. However, there is plenty of fine recorded music from artists in York and beyond available right now. We run down seven of the best tracks we’ve heard. Continue reading “7 Tracks from Yorkshire that Should Be in Your Playlist”
OASIS guru Alan McGee is teaming up with local bands in Yorkshire & Humberside as part of his new campaign against homelessness. Continue reading “Musicians Against Homelessness”
On Friday night, local soul and RnB singer Kymberley Kennedy stopped by The Crescent on her home-coming date of her current Head Games tour. Joining her in the all-York line-up were Grinny Granddad and Laura Kindelan. Continue reading “Kymberley Kennedy at The Crescent”
York’s Little Festival of Live Music have announced that they’ll be hosting over 24 hours of musical entertainment at this year’s York Food and Drink Festival from 23 September – 1 October. Continue reading “York’s Little Festival of Live Music”
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.