calling local bands who would like the chance to support Ed SheeranRead full Article >
Find out more about Alan's fascinating life as a musician, manager, record label boss and more
We decided to catch up with Jo Whiley ahead of her 90s Anthems Show at the LCR on June 7th
Back in the early 80's Altered Images were one of the biggest pop acts around, with three top 30 albums and six UK top 40 singles between 1981 and 1983. We talked to lead singer and songwriter Clare Grogan, and asked her about the band's initial success, and their continuing popularity more than 35 years after Happy Birthday was first released.
We caught up with Joe White of the Melbourne based band Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, whilst they tour the US. They are due to play Latitude on 21st July
The show that these guys put on is from a different era. They are entertainers. The show is slick, they are pros and they work incredibly hard to get the maximum out of the crowdRead full Article >
I saw a bubble of escapism as the night was danced away. The Power of Music, long may it continue
… the evening was always going to end too soon
it would be easy to play it safe and predictable but it's a festival strength that they keep looking for something new and different with the occasional surprise to keep us on our toes …. somehow each year topping the achievements of the last.
Hannigan's typically sparse and ethereal folk compositions into a sonic panorama that is nothing short of alchemic.
This is a thoroughly original, utterly enthralling album that deserves a place in your collection.
Jesse Mac Cormack's album debut arrives as a work of scorching atmosphere, panoramic tumbling melodies and vast lyrical spaces
Even if skateboarding was never your scene, Jonah Hill writes and directs a film with a neat focus on angst, awkwardnessand trying to fit in, without ever really messing any of those qualities up
This production left me wondering at my appraisal of the earlier work.
Norfolk & Norwich Festival hits gold, once more, with a magic show performed in the hundred-year-old Spiegeltent
Bells and Spells is an episodic, hallucinogenic journey through increasingly loopy vignettes drawn from Chaplin’s weird and wonderful imagination.