Our lovely Heather Wall was lucky enough to interview Co-Founder and Resident of So Flute, Danuka, ahead of So Flute’s set at Soundwave Croatia. Read the interview below and check out the exclusive mix Danuka kindly did for us too which you can download for free! Also scroll down to see how you can win two tickets for the festival; don’t say we never gave you anything! Continue reading
By Bronagh McManus
As the rain lashed down upon Manchester’s busy Oxford Road on Friday 23rd May thousands of music lovers congregated in thirteen venues across the city to experience fourteen hours of back to back live music. The growing ‘Dot To Dot Festival’ arrived in the city in full style as Continue reading
The Physics Show Podcast 6
Our last show of the semester features guest Professor Tim O’Brien (associate director of the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics and co-presenter of Stargazing Live) as well as blended graphene, speech jammers and meteor showers.
By Edward Bennigsen
I spent most of my childhood holidays with family in Wales, the Lake District, and the Scottish Hebrides. Nowhere expensive, nowhere exotic, nowhere far away, but beautiful in their rugged simplicity and hidden danger.
By Bronagh McManus
With the recent release of their third album ‘Dark Days’, this April one of the UK’s most exciting rock bands took to the road in celebration with a nationwide headline tour with supports from ‘The Big Sixes’ and ‘Blitz Kids’. The four young men who comprise the group ‘Canterbury’ are the music industry’s best kept secret though they are a band you will not be forgetting in a hurry. Continue reading
It’s that time of the month again! Mostly Mobo head honcho Heather Wall presents you with her monthly podcast featuring an interview with the legend, the man that is Gregory Porter!
Mostly Mobo April Podcast
Fuse FM’s Bronagh McManus interviewed Mike Sparks and Luke Prebble from British rock band Canterbury ahead of their show at The Deaf Institute, where she got the lowdown on the band’s humble beginnings, their work with Pledge Music on their latest album and their experience at a Hawaiian party with Canterbury themed cocktails.