10 Acts We Can’t Wait to See at Tramlines 2016


Tramlines returns to Sheffield this summer for another weekend packed with 'Inner City Music'. This year Dizzie Rascal, Catfish and the Bottlemen, and Kelis headline the festival's main stage at Ponderso Park, with Jurassic 5 also expected to make a headline worthy appearance earlier Sunday evening. However, putting aside the bill

Playlist of the Week: Happy Halloween

Playlist of the Week | Happy Halloween

Boo, it’s Halloween season. I say season because Halloween has seemed to be prolonged and stretched out over the month of October as of late. I remember it simply consisting of one day when I was little. That said, anticipation consumed the weeks beforehand with dreams of dressing as a

Inspirations: Solitude and Songwriting Beside the North Sea

Let’s Get Lost w/ Skint & Demoralised Matt Abbott: Yesterday I made the short walk into my local town of Ossett because I needed to pop into the Post Office for a few things; one package to send and one to collect. Anyway, not the most exhilarating of journeys I’m sure

Grimes: Concert Review!

Vancouver-born and Montreal-based Grimes—or Claire Boucher—played Toronto’s Lee’s Palace on September 21stalong with two opening acts. Myths (comprised of Lief Hall and Quinne Rodgers) kicked things off just after ten, stage decorated with fake flowers and instruments draped in gauzy white cloth. Wearing skeleton and flower themed outfits, the duo’s electro-pop