Author Archives: Alex Slater
Dementia Friends training is set to take place at the Engine Shed next Thursday, it has been announced.
The 90’s and 00’s acts will combine for a night of entertainment on Saturday 26th May titled as ‘Pop Mania’. Tickets go on sale tomorrow for what is sure to be a fantastic night of throwbacks at the Engine Shed!
It’s been amazing past 12 months for the Amazons as they’ve witnessed themselves build a real reputation within the indie rock community. Tonight, The Engine Shed is the next on their hit list. Joe Emmett, the band’s drummer, seems more than ready for their appearance tonight.
From humble beginnings to connoisseur of freakish fantasy, The Greatest Showman follows the journey of P. T. Barnum, creator of the Barnum Museum Circus and everything within it. Wrapped in Hollywood glitz, some may say the complexity and sharp reality of the real Barnum and his circus was washed out, but I say ‘Honey, it’s […]
From their hiatus in 2009 til 2012, Fall Out Boy have re-branded their music and style. Gone are the emo pop-punk rockers we once knew, and a new band have emerged with a new style that has opened the doors for a larger fan base. With the release of their seventh studio album, MANIA, the […]
“It’s very solo, it’s like the motorbike of record studios”, says Barney Packer, the third year Public Relations student set to release an album entirely recorded on an iPhone 5s.
Well, it’s that time again, folks. The Linc playlist features a whole range of music this week, including the brand-new single from Paloma Faith, Warrior.
It’s time again for another weekly playlist from the Linc, compiling some of the best music the writers have been listening to over the past week.
It’s time for another weekly playlist, and you won’t be disappointed! We have collected some favourites from a range of genres, so why not see if there is anything new for you to enjoy?
Their story is pure gold: five bored American G.I.s stationed in Germany, forming a run-of-the-mill cover band to pass the time, then becoming frustrated with the conventions of contemporary rock music and eager to mould the genre in their own image.