DMA’s Live at Brixton LP

On the 6th March 2020, the DMA’s smashed their biggest UK show to date at Brixton Academy, immediately hailed as one of the highlights of the band’s career, half a planet away from home and filled with 5 thousand passionate fans. And now you can relive the night with the band’s Live at Brixton LP.  […]

In Conversation With Tom Fuller – and The Calls EP Reviewed

Leeds band The Calls have released a very ‘Northern Psych’ EP – ‘Fall Inside Again’. Tom Fuller (songwriter, vocals, rhythm guitar and sometimes keys) was good enough to answer a few questions just this week, so we can gain a better picture of the band’s history and their sound.   I asked Tom what led him […]

Beabadoobee – Debut Album Released

I’ve just watched single Worth It video from Fake It Flowers, Beabadoobee’s debut album which was released on 16 October. It’s set in what looks like an outdated motel bedroom and is directed by duo Bedroom. It’s the third single from the album. Watch it here. The video reveals Beabadoobee’s impressive confidence, although it’s not […]

Millie Manders and The Shutup – Debut Album

Millie Manders and The Shutup have released their debut album Telling Truths, Breaking Ties. The Norwich/ London five-piece have created a plethora of DIY gold; a cocktail of punk and ska that perfectly rides the current wave of 90’s nostalgia that we’ve seen all over Instagram and Tiktok. Opening track “Your Story” takes me back […]

Flying High Jazz and Blues Picnic

The first Sunday in September usually finds me enjoying jazz and blues at Chapel Allerton Festival. The annual event sees Regent Street packed with people listening to music, drinking beer and eating street food throughout the weekend. Clearly not appropriate for social distancing. However, Jazz Leeds found a way for the music to play on.  Gledhow […]