Alternative-Rock trio Fossway release “Live In The Fire”, an energetic song with elements of Prog-Rock hinting at influence from Muse, Queen, and Calva Louise. Following a highly successful 2019 which saw Fossway release their debut EP and play festivals such as Lindisfarne, Hook & Gun, and Long Division – sharing billing alongside the likes of […]
Month: October 2020
Where’s My Family Gone is the third single from Novocastrian singer-songwriter Andrew Cushin. It follows on from the critically well received It’s Gonna Get Better and Waiting For The Rain. It was written in a Leeds hotel room during a period when Cushin was having difficulty communicating with friends and family. It’s a poignant, heartfelt […]
They do say live music is like buses…don’t they…well I’ve waited months to see it and this week two have come along at once. Last weekend, it was Scarborough for The Feens and Tom Lumley and this week it was another This Feeling championed artist, Red Rum Club as they showcased sophomore record The Hollow […]
Single Review: Rule The Real – The Kendos.
People often talk about the conveyor-belt of bands that come out of Merseyside. I think that analogy is incorrect. It suggests that bands appear manufactured and perfectly formed. I prefer the football club model. Underneath your first team stars there are a number of talented youngsters, working hard, waiting for their opportunity to progress. Among those […]
REVIEW: I See Your Ghost – The Lathums.
Taken from the upcoming , brand-new EP, “Ghosts”, The Lathums have treated us to the first single I See Your Ghost. North-west writer Ian Dunphy had a good listen to the track before release, safe to say, he enjoyed it a lot! Not content with demonstrating their mastery of Northern Soul with their cover of […]
As someone who used to get his hair cut by trainee barbers at the local technical college, I can fully appreciate the inherent warning offered by Merseyside, post-punk trio Eyesore & the Jinx in their latest release – Accidental Weller. Following in the footsteps of their debut EP – The Exile Parlour, comes the cautionary […]
LIVE: The Feens – Vibe Bar, Scarborough
Live music. We all miss it. We all love it. And this weekend I had the pleasure of finally getting to a small, not so sweaty, gig, in the humble seaside town of Scarborough. All I can say is, it was bloody brilliant. The Feens were the hosts and headliners for the night at Vibe […]