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Cover it Up

I asked artists what their favourite cover version was and why:

Frank Turner: 

My favourite cover version is probably Joe Cocker’s version of “A Little Help From My Friends”. 586 more words


Tramlines 2016 - Saturday Review

Tramlines 2016 was bigger and better than ever, with one of the most diverse line-ups of any festival in the UK, and with a bigger main stage location for this year, this was not one to miss. 477 more words


We’re comin’ from Sheffield [Soundcheck #39]

Un vendredi cornélien : retourner au ciné pour la 4ème fois de la semaine et honorer ma réservation pour la séance d’Au-delà des murs à Séries Mania* OU accepter une invit pour aller boire des bières devant un concert ? 660 more words


The Ultimate Summer Playlist

The weather is getting nicer, the flowers are starting to bloom, and school is about to finish… My whole body is screaming summer! I obviously had to celebrate that I’ll be able to go to the street without seven layers of clothing, so I made a playlist to start getting ready for the hottest months of the year. 43 more words


Geographer's stock continues to rise to the delight of their Bay Area fans

Photos by Karen Goldman // Written by Kevin Quandt //

Geographer with The Crookes //
The New Parish – Oakland
March 31st, 2016 //

Mike Deni’s stock has been rising quickly in recent years, as Geographer grows from local stalwart into nationally recognized indie act. 152 more words



British alt-rock/pop outfit The Crookes call their music “pop with a backbone”.  “We have loads of influences, and we’ve always considered ourselves a pop band,” explains bassist and lead vocalist George Waite.  540 more words


Live Review - The Crookes & Misty Miller at The Leadmill, Sheffield, 27th Feb 2016

This was The Crookes’ last show of their current UK tour, and it was a homecoming show at the Leadmill in Sheffield.

The support for the show was Misty Miller and her band, who played a selection of her songs from her previous EPs , and her upcoming album ‘The Whole Family Is Worried’, which is released on the 8th April. 219 more words