The long-awaited comeback of Peace is finally here and everyone is bursting with joy. The indie-rock quartet went on a brief hiatus, having not released an album since 2015’s ‘Happy People’. There were then rumours last year that one was on the way, with a potential album cover being leaked online, yet nothing more… Continue reading GIG REVIEW | Topman on tour with NME @ The Foundry 24th March
Everything about The Dirty Hit Tour was memorable. Superfood, Pale Waves and King Nun.
I had been waiting for this gig for a long time, the last time I went to see The Sherlocks was in June and it was one of the best gigs I’ve been to. The four piece, indie-rock band are local to Sheffield so the excitement when they announce a show here is uncontainable, which… Continue reading GIG REVIEW | The Sherlocks @ Sheffield Foundry 3rd March
Sheffield’s up and coming indie band Trash played their first gig of the year on the 14th January and what a start to the year it was. With support of The Seamonsters, the four piece took on their hometown, showing us exactly what they’re made of.
Of all the gigs I have attended this year one that I looked forward to the most was Jamie T. In my opinion he’s one of the most talented and unique musicians of our generation, combining severals genres of music to create what is now his extensive discography. Not only is he a singer but… Continue reading GIG REVIEW | Jamie T @ 02 Academy Sheffield 21st Nov
The Welsh rock band Drowners have finally embarked on a UK headline tour, we’ve been waiting long enough. On release of their second album ‘On Desire’ they have provided us with epic live shows around the country.
After supporting The Stone Roses on one of their sold out gigs at Manchester Etihad Arena, and playing huge sets at festivals across the country, Blossoms embarked on their UK headline tour, playing an extensive list of venues. Unfortunately for me, the tour sold out rather quickly, and I missed out on getting a ticket.… Continue reading GIG REVIEW | Blossoms @ The Leadmill 4th October