new music: Inherit The Stars – Fortune Favours The Brave

Sheffield's finest Inherit The Stars released their new single 'Fortune Favours The Brave' earlier this week and after a great reaction online, there was more love and appreciation to come for the band and their new track at the launch show for this new track at The Rocking Chair on Friday 29th January. The alt-rock [...]

Live Review: The Maccabees at The Leadmill, Sheffield. 21st February 2015

After a long time away and the majority of 2014 spent in the studio creating what will become their 4th studio album, The Maccabees are well and truly back. Last year, they reemerged with a support slot for Kasabian in December but now they are playing on their own merit with their first headline show [...]

Live Review: Inherit The Stars at Corporation, Sheffield. 7th February 2015

As the name suggests Dirty Water have dirty riffs, a grungy sound and a huge nod to the early nineties. There is some good talent here, it does need refining slightly but they are a very decent act live. There are no harmonious vocals here, more shouty and raw emulating that early grunge sound. Their [...]

Live Review: Kasabian & The Maccabees at Leeds Arena

Kasabian and The MaccabeesFirst Direct Arena, Leeds21st November 2014The Maccabees played a great set after nearly year off the road spent in a studio making their next album. Playing a set made up of a good selection of their 3 albums to date with the likes of 'Feel To Follow', 'First Love' and ‘Wall Of [...]

Live Review: Paolo Nutini at Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield

Paolo NutiniMotorpoint Arena, Sheffield25th October 2014Having spent years on the club and academy live scene, producing some incredible albums and regular placing in chart listings, it was only a matter of time before Paolo Nutini, the Scottish guy with the spectacular soulful voice made the leap to filling arenas. Now clearly is that time and [...]

Live Review: Kids In Glass Houses at Corporation, Sheffield

Save Your Breath and Kids In Glass Houses12th October 2014, 7pmCorporation, SheffieldThe first time I saw Save Your Breath was back in 2008 supporting KIGH at Leadmill and now 6 years on the band that showed so much promise back then has delivered growing in sound, style and confidence to become a really great alt-rock [...]