Wide Eyed Boy are a new band evolved from a past musical project – after receiving past support from national music stations, they recently released their first song ‘Wolves’ onto Spotify. I caught up with Jonny from the group for a … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Wide Eyed Boy
Back in January, I spoke on the blog about the most superb releases to grace the indie scene at the beginning of the year; other commitments meant I did not find the time to write about more brilliant songs released … Continue reading Best Tracks of February / March 2017!
A perk of doing what I do is getting to interview up-coming groups; the other day I interviewed Marsicans and it was a delight to talk to the band about music and other wonderful wacky topics. This time round, I spoke … Continue reading INTERVIEW: TAMSYN
Blossoms played at the Engine Shed, Lincoln on 20th March, and I went along to see them live. Continue reading GIG REVIEW: Rory Wynne, Cabbage, and Blossoms @ Engine Shed, Lincoln!
Marsicans are having a spell-binding few months; following that recognition from the highest calibre of Radio One DJs, and a brilliant performance at The Platform, Lincoln (which you can read about here), in another excitement moment in their career James … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Marsicans
I have been to countless gigs in my life, and reviewed concerts both locally and outside Lincolnshire, but surprisingly never seen a show in my hometown until last night (18th March). Louth is usually a small, quaint market town located … Continue reading GIG REVIEW: Louth Later V
5 years ago, Clemens Rehbein and Philipp Dausch were just two hard-working students at a German high school; dedicating every inch of their spare time towards busking/recording songs penned by Rehbein. They uploaded music onto YouTube not anticipating the wave … Continue reading FRESH NEW MUSIC – Milky Chance / Blossom
One festival that has gone under the radar, but has one of the best lineups of all, is 110 Above. The Leicestershire event will take place during August, tucked in between alternative hotspot Truck Festival and the renown Leeds/Reading Festival. 110 … Continue reading Festival Preview – 110 Above
If you feel like you recognise the Vigilantes name, you probably do – I have mentioned the native Lincolnshire band in several past features on my blog, and recently they supported upcoming indie band The Sherlocks (who are currently in the … Continue reading FRESH NEW MUSIC – Vigilantes / What A Shame