April 18, 2017


I’ve known Almost Autumn for a while now, and even reviewed her single here, so today I thought I’d catch up with her and see what’s been happening as of late: MG:I believe you’re finishing up your time at LIPA, what’s it been like there the past 3 years? AA:It’s
There is a high chance that at some point you have listened to your favourite station and thought ‘one day I want to be on the radio’. For many it’s a sign of making it, and I don’t blame them. But when building your music from the ground up, seeing
  Don’t let the humble city of Preston deceive you. Despite its brutal contrast of urban retail with its tranquil parkways, it has quite an indie scene with a very gritty aesthetic. Adding to this passionate scene are The Empire Police, presenting their latest single: The opening guitar melody is
  James Hill is a folk artist from the British Columbia, Canada. Widely regarded as one of the best ukulele players in the world, I bought his Juno-nominated album after watching his stunning performance at Ukulele Festival of Scotland, and I thought it deserved its own write-up. Hill has a
With Noel Gallagher being one of my favourite songwriters (just slightly underneath Ed Sheeran & Brad Paisley), I was very excited to see him in Leeds this May. Preoccupied with work for the Manchester date (which I’m sure was brilliant!) I made the hour drive to the First Direct Arena.
  From the dim lights of Blackpool, Avishek Choudhury is often found playing in Manchester, Newcastle or anywhere else that will have him. He is a motivated, polite, hard-working artist just trying to get his name out there. His music isn’t bad either, and his latest track about ambition illustrates