Live Review: Radio X Presents Catfish and the Bottlemen

Indie-rock favourite Catfish and the Bottlemen took to the stage at Sheffield’s O2 Academy on Monday night as the latest edition to Radio X’s...

Live Review: Wolf Alice

It’s fair to say that Wolf Alice have had an extremely successful year, especially after winning the prestigious Mercury Prize for their second album,...

Live: Jorja Smith

Jorja Smith, who was once considered an underdog, has become an it-girl of the modern music scene. Having been likened to Amy Winehouse, Lauryn...

ALBUM REVIEW: Hudson Taylor – Loving Everywhere I Go

Music has a unique way of triggering emotional responses from people. If a collection of songs constantly makes you feel like crying one moment...

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...

Review: Mystery Jets – A Billion Heartbeats

Fans were made to wait for the four-piece’s new release following the hospitalisation of frontman Blaine Harrison in September 2019. The illness of the...

Jorja Smith captivates The Leadmill

The mesmerising set at The Leadmill washed anyway any doubts that Jorja Smith is currently Britain’s brightest star. In 2017, Smith made waves in the...

Album Review: thank u next

Ariana Grande should be lauded as a workhorse in what can be an exhausting industry to work in. Her previous album, Sweetener, came out...

Review: Everything Not Saved Will Not Be Lost Pt.1 – Foals

After a lengthy break that left fans thirsty for new music, Foals are back to rescue rock with Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost...

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