For fans of: Weezer, Circa Waves, The Big Moon Hear it live: Their UK tour starts tomorrow night in Birmingham! When Jamie Glass from Indoor Pets isn’t beefing his own fans on Twitter, he’s giving guided tours around the Southbank area of London. … Continue reading Track of the Day #11: Indoor Pets – So Soon
For fans of: The Ramones, The Strokes, The Rolling Stones Hear it live: Cambridge Corn Exchange (6 April) – tickets. With their fourth studio album ‘Combat Sports’ set to arrive in a matter of weeks, rock ‘n’ roll legends-in-the-making The Vaccines continue … Continue reading Track of the Day #10: The Vaccines – Nightclub
After much anticipation, Latitude Festival has unveiled its first line-up announcement of 2018. Headlining the three-day event in Henham Park, Suffolk, will be Solange, Alt-J, and The Killers. They’re joined by a host of names including The Vaccines, Wolf Alice, … Continue reading Latitude Festival announces 2018 line-up
Odd Box Promotions is the project of Georgie Cox, a Norwich-based curator whose eccentric nights have grown in recent years to become fully established in the local scene. Having progressed from smaller venues like The Murderers on Timber Hill, Odd Box is now a staple feature on the programme at Norwich Arts Centre. Last Saturday’s edition saw five fantastic local acts take to two stages in a showcase of the best alternative music our city has to offer.
For fans of: The Stone Roses, The Killers, Mystery Jets Hear it live: Norwich Waterfront (15 May) – tickets. Indie darlings Peace are well and truly back. Following their semi-official comeback in December, ‘Power’ is the first real taste of what the … Continue reading Track of the Day #09: Peace – Power
A brand new one-day festival is set to take place in Norwich’s Earlham Park on Sunday 27th May, headlined by Kaiser Chiefs. The inaugural Sunday Sessions Norwich will also see performances from Circa Waves, British Sea Power and more, with further acts … Continue reading Kaiser Chiefs, more announced for new Norwich festival
Oxford singer songwriter Willie J Healey, 22, is as much a movie character as he is a man, with an unmistakable orange barnet and a whimsical take on life in both conversation and song. Released through Columbia Records his 2017 debut ‘People and Their Dogs’ is a diverse affair that jumps from jaunty highs to sultry lows and fills the gaps with crackling slacker-rock. As the year drew to a close, we met for a natter about the joy of living life in analogue.