Live Review: Ten Tonnes – London

Ten Tonnes/h2> Electric Brixton, London, 10th October 2019>/h5> Words: Claire Hingley Well, I`ve seen Ten Tonnes so many times, that I’ve actually lost count. Alone this year I have seen him 8 times and he is just SO good live, that it still doesn’t seem enough to me! Now, unless you`ve been living under a … Continue reading

Festival Review: Bingley Weekender

Bingley Weekender 2019 Bradford and Bingley Rugby Club, Bingley, 30 August – 1 September 2019 Words and Photos by Gary Lambert The world of football has seen clubs rise from the ashes of other sadly defunct clubs, Bingley Weekender was the first time that I have been to such a “phoenix” festival. Previously Bingley Music … Continue reading

Festival Preview: Kendal Calling

Kendal Calling Lowther Park, Penrith, 26-28 July 2019 Words by Gary Lambert So many times I hear in the post-Glastonbury Live on the BBC buzz how people would love to go to it, but it’s just a bit too big for them to handle. Given it is absolutely huge such people are sensible in their … Continue reading

Festival Review: Neighbourhood Weekender 2019

Neighbourhood Weekender 2019 May 25th & 26th, Victoria Park, Warrington Words: Gary Lambert  Photos: Elena Katrina  Neighbourhood Weekender is undoubtedly one of the most divisive events in the summer music calendar.  In fact, there are so many things about it which could turn the blood cold of many a music snob. But that is what … Continue reading

Festival Review: Stockton Calling 2019

Festival Review: Stockton Calling 2019 April 2019 – various venues – Stockton Upon Tees Words: Daniel Burton  Photos: Elena Katrina  Having never visited this festival before, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. Were the venues going to be small? Would they have high ceilings where the sound would reflect off? Or basements with low … Continue reading

Festival Preview: Neighbourhood Weekender

Neighbourhood Weekender Words: Gary Lambert PRICE INFO: TICKETS FOR THE NEIGHBOURHOOD WEEKENDER ARE ON SALE NOW HERE Keep Updated: Website// Facebook//Twitter When Neighbourhood Weekender was launched last year as a big boy version of Neighbourhood Festival, it turned into one of the surprise highlights of my summer. Usually, I would give a new festival a couple of … Continue reading

Popped Round-Up #003

Popped Round-up #003 December 2018 Words: Daniel Burton !Editors Pick! Discreetly – Berries It feels like the rest of the world is slowly catching up with Popped Music and our love for this female rock trio, Berries. Their latest outing, ‘Discreetly’, carries on with what seems to be a winning formula of riff driven rock, upbeat … Continue reading

Live Review: Tom Grennan – Liverpool

Tom Grennan 20th October, o2 Academy,  Liverpool Words: Elena Katrina Photos: Gary Lambert Anticipation hung so thick in the air and let’s be honest when it comes to the o2 Liverpool there’s very little air to be had. Stepping onto the stage to open up the night’s proceedings was our very own Zuzu  – from … Continue reading

Festival Preview: Liverpool International Music Festival 2017

LIMF 2017 Words: Rebecca Worthington    This weekend, the sensational Liverpool International Musical Festival returns to Sefton Park for a four-day celebration of musical heritage and cultural diversity. This year’s headliners, Gorgon City, Naughty Boy and Cast, are set to wow the masses. But, if it’s emerging, under-the-radar acts you’re after, we’ve selected five exciting … Continue reading

Live Review: Clean Cut Kid – Liverpool Music Week

Clean Cut Kid Arts Club, Liverpool, 29th October 2016 Words and Photos: Elena Katrina In 2015 Clean Cut Kid were a relatively new name on the lips of music fans in Liverpool, despite being a band from that very city. They had only played one show in their home town at that point and were … Continue reading

Festival Preview: Liverpool Music Week 2016Liverpool Music Week 2016

Liverpool Music Week 2016 Tickets on sale here Liverpool Music Week: Website // Facebook // Twitter Words: Elena Katrina Liverpool Music Week has been a highlight of the Liverpool music scene’s calendar since as long as I can remember. It brings together an eclectic mix of bands from various stages of their careers and always … Continue reading

Just Listen: Zuzu – Get Off

Zuzu Words: Eliza Laben Coming from independent label Hand in Hive is Liverpool-based band Zuzu. Their brand new single comes in the form of Get Off, an indie-rock track with grungy guitars and powerful, beaming vocals, a nod towards grunge-rock singer Courtney Barnett. Female-fronted and punk-infused bands are always a crowd pleaser and this song … Continue reading

Festival Review: Festevol 2016

Festevol 2016 1st May 2016, Liverpool Words: Elena Katrina Photos: Gaz Jones//Elena Katrina From the get go this festival was always going to be of interest, after all Liverpool promoter Evol is well known to us  for putting on great shows featuring many of the bands we love. Gary went along last year, and this … Continue reading

Festival Preview: Festevol 2016

Festevol 2016 Words: Gary Lambert//Elena Katrina Price info: Tickets for Festevol are on sale now £25 (+fees) here. Keep Updated: Facebook//Twitter #FestEVOL16   Arguably  of the highlights of the Liverpool Music Calendar is the musical mayhem of Festevol. A music festival put together by well established Liverpool promoter Evol. This year it’s a day long … Continue reading

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