Author Archives: Leo Worsdale
The Fall of Industry are an up-and-coming band influenced by the likes of Muse and The Prodigy. Leo Worsdale spoke to drummer Adam Howlett about creating their unique sound and what the future holds.
With a sound that is almost impossible to describe, Blank are a band that people need to listen to right now. It’s rock ‘n’ roll, but not as we know it.
Kalenko are back on the circuit again. Leo Worsdale speaks to the local indie band about their award-winning EP, playing live and their upcoming album.
Annie Collett is not particularly new to the Lincoln music scene, but she certainly is special. Leo Worsdale caught up with the up and coming solo act.
Lincoln Savage is the Linc, the county’s premier urban music artist. He plans to be bigger than Chipmunk and Speech Debelle all put together, but he’s stuck in college right now.
This week’s Spotlight focuses on indie band Aviators. Bassist Oli Revill talks about 15 hour shifts, giving up day jobs and Students’ Unions gigs.
Rising from the ashes of former Lincolnshire band, is Kiss Corona. Leo Worsdale talks to the band about their new EP, singing in American accents and teen movies.
This week Leo Worsdale speaks to the Living Daylights, a Lincoln punk act — perhaps the most successful band to come of the city in recent years.