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Track: Sergeant BuzFuz – Theresa McKee, plus new album news

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Live Review: Matt Berry and The Maypoles / Xylaroo – The Foundry, 26.10.2016

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Live Review: Super Furry Animals – The Leadmill – 26 April 2016

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By Phil Wright Bare Jams In 2011, school friends Sam and Ollie decided it was time to stop fence jumping at festivals and formed a duo in their garden shed.  In 2018 they released their first album which included great songs such as ‘Ebbs and Flows’ and ‘Yesterday Groove’.  Bare Jams have toured all over …

I was pretty happy to get the opportunity to shoot and review this show being one of only two external photographers allowed a photo pass on the night.  Radio X were the hosts for this sold out event which was also filmed for a streaming special on Global Player, to be aired on 5th December …

A trip to the iconic Leadmill venue in Sheffield for a sold out and notably first UK solo tour date for Marcus Mumford. Fresh on the back of his new album ‘Self Titled’ anticipation in the room was notable from the start. Mumford has a huge fan base and the venue could likely have sold …

By Phil Wright Chris Catalyst I must admit, I’d not heard of Chris before, but I was absolutely blown away by his stage presence, and have since found out why he was so confident up there with just the lights and his guitar…. Chris has been part of some brilliant bands over the years, The …

By Sian Connolly With a late start to the show, nothing was stopping this crowd from bringing the energy. Eagerly waiting for the crawlers to emerge, the sold-out venue, o2 Academy Sheffield, welcomed to the stage Glasgow band Uninvited. The indie/alt group consisting of guitarist/vocalist Gillian Dhlakama, bassist/vocalist Taylor Ray, lead guitarist Bex Young and …

A Friday night trip to a venue in my hometown Sheffield City Hall for a sold out Squeeze show. Arriving just in time for what was an interesting support choice in Dr John Cooper Clarke, described as a ‘punk poet.’ The Dr has performed since the 70’s supporting lots of well known bands along with …

A trip to the O2 Academy last Friday, Skid Row had been on my list of bands to see for a while. I had been intrigued by the online differences of opinion and comparisons made following the departure of Sebastian Bach. However new frontman Eric Gronwall didn’t disappoint so read on for more on this. …

A trip to Foundry Sheffield on Friday for a sold out Beabadoobee show. Supporting were Pretty Sick, hailing from New York and signed to the same record label as tonight’s headline and notably The 1975. The band describe their music as indie Rock and they certainly impressed tonight, opening with new release ‘Heaven’ from the …

This weekend saw Float Along Festival hit the streets of Sheffield for the first time. It spanned four venues, six stages and encompassed the best of psychedelic rock as well as a medley of the best in indie and alternative. I arrive in time to watch local ladies Sister Wives at Record Junkee. The four piece …

Wow, just wow, another Terrorvision gig, another absolutely mind numbing, sweat evoking, and downright feel good party. But let’s rewind 90 minutes and break down this colossal event in all of its glory.  As the clock struck 9 o’clock, the lights went down and the packed corporation was treated to a blistering ‘Enteralterego’, and from …