Inharmonic Flux by University of Liverpool’s very own Andy Graley is forward thinking and, for the performers, an intellectual exercise. It begins quietly, with...

The nature of the singer/songwriter is an ambiguous thing in the 21st Century. The very attributes required to define the term have become increasingly questionable,...

Much has already been said about The Killers’ Anglophilia, so I won’t repeat it here – the very fact that Killers frontman Brandon Flowers...

Beans on Toast is the stage name of Essex Folk-punk singer-songwriter Jay McAllister. McAllister came to prominence in 2005 when he opened at Glastonbury,...

Singles out 13th November: Take Me Home - Jess Glynne What a fantastic year it's been for London-born singer Jess Glynne: three number 1 singles; a...

Ady Suleiman graced the coffee house sessions stage on 19th October and gave a simple and unpretentious performance, yet simultaneously wowed the courtyard by...

Singles released 6th November: Adventure of a Lifetime - Coldplay Coldplay, arguably the biggest band in the world at the moment, have done a Beyonce and...

Marten is unassuming, casually dressed in jeans, her face framed in a whispy blonde halo of hair. It is quickly made apparent by the...

Trying to break the mould that country music only comes from America is 'The Shires', a UK based duo. Crissie Rhodes and Ben Earle...

On a first listen, Jalen Ngonda gives one the impression that this an artist both warmly familiar, yet somehow intriguingly enigmatic. Since arriving in...

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