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Jess Gillam: From busking to the Proms – interview

There are not many musicians who start their career in a carnival street band and end up playing at the legendary Last Night of...

Jess Gillam: Time – album review

Album Review Jess Gillam – Time  Decca All formats Out 25 September 2020 Once upon a time in the 1980s every pop song had to have a saxophone...

Multi Grammy nominated composer Stephan Moccio talks about writing Wrecking Ball...

Classically trained pianist Stephan Moccio has picked up multiple Grammy nominations for his work with artists as diverse as Celine Dion and Miley Cyrus,...

Stephan Moccio wrote Wrecking Ball but goes back to basics for...

You might not instantly recognise Stephan Moccio’s name, but he is a top class producer and songwriter who has been at the heart of...

Gregory Porter: All Rise – album review 

Gregory Porter – All Rise      Decca Records/Blue Note All formats. Out now.     Having played it safe on his last record Gregory Porter crafts an ambitious hybrid of...


A Celebration Of The Musical Life Of Sylvain Sylvain – live stream

A Celebration Of The Musical Life Of Sylvain Sylvain 14 February 2021 The sad and untimely death on 13...


Interview: The Other Ones on their debut album

The Other Ones The Other Ones Reckless Yes CD | DL | Streaming Out now The Other Ones' self-titled debut album...


The Coral get down with 85 year old grandad on 10th studio album!

The granddad of The Coral’s James and Ian Skelly, confirmed at 85 years old as guest vocalist...


Band of Holy Joy and Bjorn Hatleskog – Notes From A Gallery

Band of Holy Joy and Bjorn Hatleskog host an online four day exhibition of film and performance at Gallery 46 this week from the 24th to 27th February. 


Six Of The Best Sets At Loftas Fest 2020

Loftas Fest
From toe-tapping rock n’ roll to darkly ethereal modular synthpop - discover highlights from the vibrant Loftas...