Tags : Sheffield

Full Lineup Revealed for Tramlines 2017

After previous announcements revealed the headliners for Tramlines this summer will be iconic indie bands The Libertines and Primal Scream, the Sheffield inner-city festival has finally revealed its full line-up. Although Friday will be the quietest day in terms of number of acts performing, it is also the day the beloved Libertines will be headlining […]Read More

Primal Scream announced as the second headliner for Tramlines

Hot off the press, Tramlines Festival have just revealed more names who will be appearing at the inner-city Sheffield event, alongside previously announced The Libertines and Metronomy. Headlining the Saturday main stage are Primal Scream, the heavily influential indie band, who first stormed the charts in the early 1990s and won the first ever prestigious Mercury […]Read More

Premiere: Let’s Go To The Beach // Sophie Longshaw

Sophie Longshaw is a twenty-year-old singer-songwriter from Sheffield (based in London) premiering her track ‘Let’s Go To The Beach’ today on The Indiependent. Inspired by her trips to the North East coast when she was younger, Sophie penned the track when she was struggling with illness near her eighteenth birthday, and wanted to cheer herself […]Read More

Gallery: Spector // The Leadmill, Sheffield

Fan-favourites Spector are certainly a group of guys who know how to put on a show and their set at The Leadmill in Sheffield was no exception. Performing the date as part of their ‘Tenner Tour’, a tour where tickets cost £10, the band drew a rapturous crowd for their Saturday night shindig. Our photographer […]Read More

Gallery: The SSS // The Leadmill, Sheffield, 19.03.16

Having previously played the smaller stage, The SSS returned to The Leadmill to play in front of a raucous sold-out crowd, on a stage that has previously seen the likes of Pulp and The Strokes perform. The Sheffield quintet have seen their stock rise exponentially over the past year, thanks to a host of exhilarating […]Read More

Gallery: SHEAFS // The Plug, Sheffield, 18.03.16

For a band that has only been in formation for a number of months, SHEAFS ooze confidence and the swagger of their performance at The Plug suggests these boys are set for bigger things. The combination of lead-singer Lawrence Feenstra’s delicate croon with an explosion of choppy riffs and frenzied percussive beats will undoubtedly please […]Read More

Gallery: Outlines Festival // Sheffield, 27.02.16

Sheffield’s brand-new Outlines Festival saw artists from a spectrum of genres gracing some of the cities most loved venues. Spanning from a mix of established names to some of the music scene’s brightest emerging talent, Lewis Evans was on hand to capture the action. Oscar Pumarosa Pins Rosie Lowe Loyle Carner BlessaRead More

Live Review: Fat White Family // The Plug, Sheffield 22.02.16

It’s worth noting that Fat White Family’s notoriety has been built as much by their sordid antics on stage, as it has by their often crude lyrics. Although their Sheffield performance is comparably ‘tame’ on their gauge , the band still succeeds in producing a live spectacle that’s exhilarating, yet incredibly unnerving. The band are not known for their high […]Read More

Interview: Darwin Deez

Following the release of Darwin Deez’ latest album Double Down, I was lucky enough to sit down with the man himself before his gig at The Leadmill in Sheffield. We talk influences, lies, and having control over three certain things… Why did you start creating music?  Why did I start making music? I don’t know if […]Read More

Live Review: Swim Deep // The Leadmill, Sheffield, 10.10.15

Swim Deep have come a very long way since the 2013 release of debut album Where The Heaven Are We. It’s the opening night of their UK tour in support of sophomore effort Mothers, and what should be expected from tonight is the unexpected. Outside, a long queue of primarily female fans snakes all the way down the side […]Read More

Album Review: That’s The Spirit // Bring Me The Horizon

Bring Me the Horizon have experienced a rapid surge of popularity over the past few years. Since transferring to a more accessible sound on the excellent Sempiternal, they have gained both new fans and a newfound respect. This was enhanced at the AP Awards, in which the aforementioned Sempiternal won album of the year. Frontman […]Read More