By Alex Johnson The glam rock gods owned Engine Shed on Wednesday. Ten years on from their explosive debut album Permission to Land, it’s as though The Darkness are a nostalgia band twenty years too early.
Interview by Jo Peplow-Revell. Since forming in 2004, Yorkshire born band The Pigeon Detectives have gone from strength to strength.
Written by Sonny Drake McCartney’s career has always found him trying to negotiate between the poles of his love of experimentation and his innate crowd-pleasing tendencies.
Album review by Sonny Drake After the polished rock of their impressive come-back album, Save Rock and Roll, Fall Out Boy return with an altogether different beast.
Elaine Brown also contributed to this report. Just How Loveable are The Loveable Rogues? They’d definitely give puppies a run for their money on the loveable scale.
Alice Rose contributed to this report. Beatboxer Shlomo has collaborated with the likes of Bjork, Jarvis Cocker and The Mighty Boosh. He’s played drums since he turned 8 and from there began to beat box. Since then he’s won a championship, put together a Vocal Orchestra and performed a one-man theatrical tour. His latest project […]
Sonny Drake contributed to this report. Australian-born singer-songwriter Lucy Mason played the Tower Bar last Friday as part of the ‘Coffee House Sessions’ tour.
Alice Rose also contributed to this report. Following hit singles “Give Me What I Want” and “Saturday” in 2008, Welsh rock band Kids in Glass Houses have come a long way. 3 albums later, they’re back on tour to promote their new album Peace. The Linc had a chat to guitarist Iain Mahanty before their […]
Daniel Baker and Luke Botham contributed to this report. After six years and five UK number ones, JLS star Marvin Humes is ready to take his career in a slightly different direction. Following the band’s split, he’s started his own radio show on Capital FM, debuted his presenting skills on ITV’s This Morning with wife Rochelle and […]
On Saturday the 7th of September, Lincolnshire’s Sunnyside Farm will host an indie festival with a twist. Harry Violet’s Harfest is a festival funded purely from donations, created to showcase undiscovered talent across a wide range of genres from folk to hardcore punk.