Have your say Cambridge – will it be EDM, Rock or Acoustic that wins this week?
This week, we welcome aboard legendary folk punk musician Frank Turner.
We caught up with MO’S GOLD TEETH to talk folk music, a Hiberno-Bulgarian revival, and the launch of their new folk night at the Maypole
BETH SWORDS speaks to Rhodes, who supported Nick Mulvey at the Emmanuel United Reform Church on Friday.
The Punt Sessions returns with Actaeon’s cover of ‘Ho Hey’ by the Lumineers and an exclusive interview. Summer’s back!
JAMES MITCHELL can’t get enough of Lucy Rose.
LEORA TARATULA-LYONS was ambivalent, but found herself captivated by Benjamin Francis Leftwich’s engaging performance at the Junction.
Hotly-tipped new band Dog Is Dead celebrated their album release by stripping down…their instruments for an acoustic show. COSMO GODFREE went to see what all the fuss is about.
Ahead of James Morrison’s sold out show at the Corn Exchange on Friday, JOHN BARDSLEY catches up with support act, Rainy Boy Sleep.
DAVID HOLLAND doesn’t dare to cough in case he interrupts this moving and excellent gig.
Senior Music Critic DAVID HOLLAND goes to Cafe Nero in his lunch break and enjoys the best concert he’s seen all year.
HOLLY LOVERING and ABI LANDER enjoy an acoustic evening with scatter cushions and tiramisu.
DAVID HOLLAND checks out some girl pop in a pub.
JENNA CORDEROY: feared that the performance would be more like listening to Magic FM, but was proved wrong by Justin Currie.