After profiling bands for the past couple of weeks, this week I wanted to change things and instead focus on someone who is digging into an exciting solo project. Kieran Campbell is the guitarist in The Stallers, another young band … Continue reading Lincolnshire Artist of the Week: Kieran Campbell
Picture from Alice’s Tea Party’s Facebook page. The very first Lincolnshire Band of the Week feature was rolled out last week – the music scene in this county is diverse and eclectic and needed to be celebrated; whilst the profiled … Continue reading Lincolnshire Band of the Week: Alice’s Tea Party
James Holt is bound for success for two reasons: firstly, he happens to come from a city where it’s in the genes to become successful, look at classic and new bands based in Manchester such as The Smiths, Courteeners, Oasis … Continue reading Introducing…James Holt.
Megative may hail from Brooklyn, but their music sounds distinctively British. Their singer, Tim Fletcher, had the ambition of setting up his own music ‘ensemble’ for a while, and after being involved with music projects in America. Joining forces with producer Gus … Continue reading Single Review: Megative / More Time
If you’ve read my blog for a while, you’ll know that I am extremely passionate and outspoken about supporting local talent, so I’ve decided to make it a more regular feature. Each week, or fortnight, I’ll pick a band or … Continue reading Lincolnshire Band of the Week: Project Redshift
In late 2016, you may remember reading a feature on here on a band called Three Day Weekend. Last time round, I wrote a track by track review for their debut EP Oh Well, comprised of three demos the group recorded back … Continue reading SINGLE REVIEW: Three Day Weekend / What’ve You Got To Prove?
Joe, Thom and Gus spent most of 2016 unwinding and moving on to new projects after working extensively since debut album An Awesome Wave. The band also began the process of recording their third release towards the end of the year, working at … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: alt-J / RELAXER
With one album under their belts, premiered to the world with an epic local launch gig, Pretty Babs’s reputation and status in their native Nottinghamshire is rapidly rising. In less than a year, they’ve played a number of venues in … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Pretty Babs
Oasis were one of the biggest bands in the mid 1990s, and their legacy has long continued over twenty years later. As such, there’s been a high amount of public interest over the next career steps of the Oasis members, particularly of the Gallagher brothers. Noel has successfully forged a solo career under moniker ‘High Flying Birds’, and following on from project Beady Eye with other Oasis members, Liam is now finally releasing his first solo material. As the lead singer on most Oasis tracks, including arguably the group’s most famous single ‘Wonderwall’, it has been a long time coming for Liam … Continue reading Liam Gallagher launches his solo career!
The follow-up to ‘Elise’ from the Grimsby band is ‘Hypoallergenic’; it was premiered on Gigslutz at the end of May, and has received plays on the BBC Introducing Stations in Humberside and East Midlands. Whilst ‘Elise’ may have won the band a swarm of new fans, ‘Hypoallergenic’ will be the track that’ll keep them hooked to Mint. It’s miles better and an evolution from ‘Elise’, and that was already an indie banger – the track has all the ingredients needed to be a smash. A killer hook, melodically similar to one featured in one of the biggest indie hits of … Continue reading SINGLE REVIEW: Mint / Hypoallergenic