Wednesday, September 22, 2021

End of an era: The Harley becomes latest independent music venue...

@ewansomerville | Published 15.13 One of Sheffield’s most iconic student bars has announced its shock closure, marking the end of an era for the city’s night...

Should Michael Jackson Music Still be Played?

Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, was a global superstar unlike anyone else. With an estimated 750 million album sales worldwide, 14 US number...

Interview: Shaun Ryder

Emily Evans talks sex, drugs and UFOs with the icon of 'Madchester'. “Black Grape is still so fresh, we’ve only been back 18 months,” says...

Tramlines Festival reveal 2019 line-up

The Tramlines Festival 2019 line up has been revealed, with Two Door Cinema Club, Courteeners and Nile Rogers & Chic headlining for the festival’s...

Tramlines legend Sarah Nulty joins festival greats with prestigious award

Tramlines’ co-founder and director Sarah Nulty is to be honored with an ‘Outstanding Contribution to Festivals’ award. Ben The UK Festival Awards announced they will...

Interview: Natty

Open eyed and yearning for change, Natty is a poetic singer-songwriter that came on to the scene in 2008 with his debut album Man...

Live: Sea Girls

Fresh from performing to huge crowds at more than 20 festivals this summer,  four-piece indie group Sea Girls gave a punchy headline performance at...

Feature: Black History Month UK Urban Music

Music has always been a great way to bring people together. This Black History Month, I wanted to take a whistle-stop tour through 20...

Review: No Bounds Festival

Last weekend, Sheffield’s No Bounds festival celebrated a second year as part of the city’s prolific music scene. The generous line up boasted names...

The late 'super star' of Tramlines Sarah Nulty honoured with new...

The ‘super star’ former director of Tramlines festival Sarah Nulty has been honoured with a memorial plaque and posthumous civic award to recognise her...

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