“In the end we had pieces of the puzzle but no matter how we put them together gaps remained; oddly shaped emptiness mapped by what surrounded them, like countries we couldn’t name” Manic Street Preachers – ‘Doors closing slowly’ Of the many song titles the insta-classic Fourteen Autumns & Fifteen Winters, the one that always seems to stick with me is ‘Mapped by what surrounded … Continue reading Review: The Twilight Sad – Nobody wants to be here and nobody wants to leave // Oran Mor Session
“Sometimes, bands expect that a ‘remix’ should be just a ‘reproduce my song’ sort of thing. I usually take everything out, except the voice and then have fun with it”- Adi Carter. Continue reading “(Re)Mixed in Sheffield 3 : Crossing the line – Launch Party”
Stream – ‘Dropping sandwiches in Chester Lake’
Low Duo – The EP of hope and despair
The review proper: But we still listened. And repeated.
Cats:for:Peru + Zapp Brannigan @ Sheffield Hallam Hubs, Pod A
Below, people massed to see some football match between squads I have no knowledge of. Music first, sports later.
Quiet Loner – Spectrology
The Skinny: Introspection for the winter.
The Review Proper: Songs from a musty porch in Middle America, England.
Quiet Loner, aka Matt Hill, is a very quiet musician. Haven’t met him personally, but from his music, you can guess quite a lot.