A look at what The Libertines meant to a youth generation, drug exposure, tabloid integrity and accountability.
We speak to Mark Terry, the man behind the righteous ‘Community’ project, bringing people together through a shared love of music.
We get the insights behind the madness of the fast and loud raucous three piece, The Shakamoto Investigation.
Exclusive release and interview with Wolverhampton music collective Lions of Dissent as they return with their first new music in 18 months.
We caught up with the guys from Bedroom High Club to talk about Tramlines, their DIY vision and squirrel mascots.
Talking to Rob Marshall of HUMANIST about his favourite music venues the importance of physical records and a recent spot on the Twitter Listening Party.
We all know about the music and big events on the Saturday but there's so much going on! There are another 4 whole days of things to do and see.
Hailing from Bradford with a burst of intertwining genres that has captivated audiences up and down the country, the riotous five piece FLING gives us some insights on ‘Banjo Billy’, hair transplants and missing teeth.
Leeds based, not for profit, record label Come Play With Me discuss with us their latest project, a 26-track compilation featuring promising artists from the Leeds area.
When you’re fresh from playing your biggest ever show in your hometown, sold out to thousands of people, what do you do?
Franz Ferdinand returned to Leeds to promote their new album, "Always Ascending" with support from Albert Hammond Jr.
We went down to cover the Indie Banquet which had an incredibly exciting bill of up & coming bands at Leeds’ finest Wharf Chambers.
Paul Weller promises those in the First Direct Arena a mixed bag of an evening with something from every corner of the four decades of his career.
On the Leeds stop of the 'Low In High School Tour' this show is heavily steeped in nostalgia, both for the fans and Morrissey himself.
Wild Beasts have decided to call it a day; though not without playing three final shows with Manchester’s Apollo serving as the venue for the penultimate farewell.
Belgrave Music Hall, in Leeds, wasn’t quite as densely populated as I expected it to be for the arrival of PINS and their support act Cowtown.
A sold-out Community Room at Brudenell Social Club, in Leeds, welcomed back Lucy Rose for the first time in a while.
Slop-pop New York duo Diet Cig return to the UK bringing their good vibes and millennial anthems to excited ears across the pond.
The Libertines are back where they belong, selling out venues with their timeless classic catalogue of songs.
Being a tiny independent label is always challenging. This is why we're starting MAI 68 flexi club, with brand new exclusive music each month.
Previewing Manchester Psych Fest 2021