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Amongst Thieves’ EP March For The Sun is the follow up to their debut Revise. Reform. Big things were expected from these guys after a good debut and excellent reputation for performing live. They are fast becoming one of York’s most influential and innovative bands. The first track on the EP, Alone will make you “Let go of everything… Read more: REVIEW: Amongst Thieves | March For The Sun
Here is what think are the top five gigs that you shouldn’t miss in November. Click the links for more information and tickets. Check out the music videos to get a taster. 01/11/16 Y&T, Praying Mantis | £16.50 per ticket | 7pm, Fibbers 02/11/16 Killing Joke, Death Valley High | £20 per ticket | 7.30pm, Fibbers 13/11/16 Helping Hand… Read more: November’s must see gigs
Faux Pas are an Indie-Punk band from York and released their debut EP at the end of December. The four piece Yorkshire lads have previously performed at Reading and Leeds as well as providing support for The Sherlocks and Embrace. As soon as the first track of the EP One In Three starts, listeners will wonder why they… Read more: REVIEW: Faux Pas – Debut EP
The sold out acoustic show at The Fulford Arms started out with Harrison Rimmer. A musician you must look twice at for the risk of mistaking him for Ed Sheeran. However, despite the obvious similarities – looks, guitar and style – Harrison Rimmer has a sound of his own. This young man looked at home on… Read more: LIVE REVIEW: Gaz Brookfield | The Fulford Arms | 16/02/17
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Lyon Estates are due to release their E.P Fir Tree on the 16th June 2017. If you’ve been to one of their shows you’ll know that Lyon Estates always manage to pull it out of the bag and give a really cracking performance, full of energy, full of lovely pop punk goodness. How they manage to capture that… Read more: REVIEW: Lyon Estates | Fir Tree [EP]
Zac Roughton and Bryn Portas got all acousticy at On The Ropes’ headline show at The Basmement last week. Check out We Talk Like This performed live.
Joshua Nash from the mighty Amongst Thieves treated The Basement to an acoustic set. Here’s Hate Again like you’ve never heard it before.
Adam Ruane from Riff Media told us all about their future plans in York and exclusively told us about a multi day event coming up.
Metalcore titans InVisions have blessed us with some good music to date but with their debut album Never Nothing due for release on 18th August what more have they got to offer? The band have promised a lyrically consistent record that has been produced by Sam and Joe Graves of York’s very own InnerSound Studios. The first… Read more: REVIEW: InVisions – Never Nothing