Jake Baylis reviews Spring King at The Sugarmill.
Punk for the Jeremy Corbyn generation – Jake Bayliss reviews Cabbage at The Sugarmill.
The Stoke Music Hall of Fame opened its doors at Bethesda Chapel, Hanley, on Friday 19 January for the first of four weekends.
The unsung hero that is Independent Venue Week (IVW) runs from Monday 29 January to Sunday 4 February, and we’re here to tell you where to go and support you favourite local acts in your favourite local venues.
Stoke-on-Trent maybe shaken up by losing out on this year’s City of Culture bid.
But there is still a silver lining – in the form of colourful maracas made for legendary Indie singer Bez!
Not many bands can say that they can’t be classified under a genre, but Captain Stingray’s Groove Machine are an exception.
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Britpop may be dead as a genre of music, but its rich (albeit short) history is very much still alive.
Kasabian are set to play an intimate acoustic performance this Thursday, 15 June 2017, exclusively for Reading and Leeds 2017 ticket holders.
Never Mind the Buzzcocks’ Simon Amstell, Bill Bailey and Katherine Ryan are among the big name comics confirmed to perform at Reading and Leeds Festival this August bank holiday.