Wednesday, September 22, 2021

The best 2020 festival lineups

Leeds Festival, 28 August - 30 August I don’t think a line up has ever excited me as much as the line up for Leeds...

ALBUM REVIEW: The Desert Sessions Vols. 11 & 12: Arrivederci Despair...

The Desert Sessions is the pet project of Josh Hommes (QOTSA, Kyuss) where he invites all his friends to hang out for a week...

LIVE REVIEW: Self Esteem @ Picture House Social

I arrive at the venue not quite sure what to expect. I’ve never heard of Self Esteem, nor the support act. I’d heard of...

Album Review: King Nun – Mass

King Nun’s debut album Mass was long awaited after the Wandsworth four-piece teased us with their creative rock style and poetic lyrics in their...

The Seamonsters – How To Be Famous

Sheffield’s latest indie-pop export, The Seamonsters’ latest single 'How to Be Famous' is a bouncy, psych-pop number with a very catchy chorus.  Combining elements of...

Live: Sophie and the Giants at The Leadmill

Indie-pop outfit Sophie and the Giants rode into The Leadmill on a wave of momentum after sweeping through the UK’s festival circuit during the...

EP Review: Noel Gallagher's high Flying Birds – This is the...

Noel’s This is the Place is the second of his three EPs due to be released in 2019. It sees him distance himself from...

Album Review: Liam Gallagher – Why Me? Why Not.

Gallagher Jnr returns with his second solo album; a stylistic and nostalgic album backed by impressive production, to deliver an enticing, mature sounding record. The...

Album Review: Pixies – Beneath the Eyrie

One evening, I listened to a guy who was singing about his mind. He couldn’t find it. That was a surreal and absurd experience for...

Live Review: The Snuts @ The Leadmill

Indie-rock band The Snuts took to the stage at The Leadmill to play their first ever gig in Sheffield. Forge Press spoke to lead...

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