By Luke Hart
Though the Nottingham based trio lined up their first real recording in late 2012, it wasn’t until the collaboration with Disclosure on their single Help Me Lose My Mind that this band began to catch my eye. Hannah’s haunting vocals teemed with Dom and Dan’s minimalist yet, unprecedented ambience made this band stand out. Continue reading
Our lovely Head of Societies Bronagh McManus interviewed the hugely talented Frank Turner ahead of his show at the Phones 4u Arena. The pair chatted about his thoughts on playing arena venues, being on Sunday Brunch, fan’s tattoo’s and his unique album artwork.
By Tom Cheetham
It was approaching the end of Little Comets fantastic, vigorous performance at the Club Academy, when lead singer Rob Coles summarised the bands motives perfectly. “We don’t do encores, we don’t do big light shows, we just do music we care about and we hope it comes across that way”. Rob’s statement wasn’t wide of the mark, mixed in with the energy and joyous guitar sounds the band produce, there was an underlying tone of genuine passion about their songs and what they stood for Continue reading
By Tom Leah
As we ambled up to Band On The Wall, it suddenly occurred to me that I hadn’t written any sort of review or blog entry before. What if I forget something? I should take notes. But wait, I shouldn’t over analyse it. Hang on, I want to enjoy the gig! Aaah! I’m just going to have to bite the bullet and TRY and remember.
The stage was set, coats flung to the floor, Zara McFarlane and her band took to the stage. Within the first few minutes Continue reading
By Chris Fung
Earlier this week I found myself in Manchester Academy 1 for the 2014 edition of The Kerrang! Tour. For those of you that are unfamiliar with the Kerrang! Tour, it is an annual run of shows throughout that UK that feature 4 bands on the bill. It usually consists of 2 small upcoming bands opening the tour, a fairly well established band as the main support and a firmly well known big name topping the bill to bring each show to a grand finale. Continue reading
In the third and final video in our Keston Cobblers Club sessions the band did a beautiful cover of Paul Simon’s track ‘Graceland’. Enjoy!!
The second of our three videos with Keston Cobblers Club, check out the interview below where our very own Simon Rodin chats to the group about their impressive album artwork, their ‘banana scale’ and life on the road!