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Live Review: Loyle Carner at Sheffield Plug

Loyle Carner's Cantona Tour was coined from the hot-headed Manchester United striker who infamously kung-fu kicked a fan to the face, the name being a throw back to stone-age football hooliganism and abusive cr...

Live Review: Courts at Lending Room, Leeds

In a couple of weeks indie five-piece Courts play one of their biggest headline shows to date at The Victoria in London. At just a stone's throw away from hometown Basildon, it's a far cry from Leeds' snug Lend...

Tramlines 2016: grime overload and girl power

The message that Sheffield is a central hub for live music has been echoed throughout generations; a buzzing scene for big bands to perform and a platform for local talent, but it's one I still struggle to gras...
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Live Review: Outlines Festival

Each summer a handful of new festivals seem to crop up to suffice the needs of those who don't want be drowned to death in a field of 100,000 people by a fourth time, monotone headliner. This year organisers in...

Live Review: Eliza And The Bear at Plug, Sheffield

Eliza And The Bear are not the most famous up and coming indie band, but the fan base they have accumulated have proven to be extremely loyal. The London five-piece plan to drop their self-titled debut album in...

Live Review: Villagers at Sheffield Leadmill

Despite having recently toured last April’s Darling Arithmetic Villagers are back on the road in support of their latest release Where Have You Been All My Life?, featuring re-recorded tracks. The Irish five-...

Live Review: Father John Misty at Plug Sheffield

Father John Misty (real name Josh Tillman) played a sold-out gig at Plug for the good people of Sheffield, and provided a truly spellbinding show packed with folky fun and a plentiful of banter. Proceedings ki...