Any avid music fan will know that 2018 was a busy year for the medium and for a band sitting in the reasonably niche genre of synth-pop, it was great to see CHVRCHES’ album “Love Is Dead” stand out. The album leaned more towards pop than their past releases and, despite mixed reviews because of this, it’s done the band
The first two edition of our creative social, Fresh, have been such a blast that we have now booked up the same venue for edition 3, 4, 5 and 6. Fresh brings together the like-minded, helps connect people and drive collaborations. We want everyone to feel proud of the community they are helping to build and to collectively work together
Enter Shikari always brings back memories of teenage years when lads squeezed into girls jeans to tight to possibly imagine these days when baggy is back and hair which had been hit with more chemicals than a Wetherspoon toilet after a Saturday night. It’s great to see how this band has grown and stayed relevant when others from the same
When I first got word of Bastille’s ‘intimiate’ EU tour, I was somewhat surprised. After collaborations with EDM superstars Marshmello, Craig David & Seeb alongside a mixtape that infused their style of rock with hints of electronica, I thought of myself dancing to these tunes in a stadium surrounded by a flurry of lights. However, as Dan and his merry
As part of our Creators of Tomorrow series we caught up with musician, Elisha Esquivel, and discovered how her move to Coventry at the age of 16 developed her personal and professional outlook, how a Kickstarter campaign allowed her to launch her From the Ground Up EP and what 2019 holds.
Lucy Burger, a photography from Stoke now based in London, who is capturing the beauty of opposite worlds. Lucy's work is a celebration of both nature and urban landscapes, capturing stunning images that are rich in colour and emotion, reflecting two worlds that use raw materials differently but remain familiar in structure.
The 1975 have risen through the UK music scene with the speed of light, creating a devoted and much loved fan base that seem to go completely weak at the knees for the group and the emotionally driven lyrics that embrace them. The 1975 been on a all out UK tour shattering expectations and proving their worth when it comes
We were super chuffed to hear about the launch of a new record store in the heart of Birmingham's creative zone, Digbeth. This independent mecca for music lovers and vinyl admirers, so we jumped on the train and headed down to shoot the night. Enjoy!
Following the release of her EP Human on Friday, dodie has shared the video for her new single ‘Monster’. Taken from the EP, which has reached number 3 in the midweek chart since its release on Friday, the ‘Monster’ video follows an unlucky-in-love monster entering back into the scary world of dating through a series of comically catastrophic dates. Director
Mike Skinner ripped up the rule book when The Streets first hit the music scene delivering tracks that were loaded with social commentary. They now return with a tour supported by The Manor at the 02 in Birmingham.