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Tramlines Festival Review

For the past nine years, Sheffield has hosted Tramlines. Revered as one of the best inner-city festivals in the country, Tramlines has grown considerably since its genesis. It sports a larger price tag year by year but is always improving the line-up and its venues. Having attended the previous two

Hayseed Dixie UK / EU Tour 2015

Rockgrass icons Hayseed Dixie return to the road this week for a lengthy number of dates across the breadth of the UK and beyond. After a lauded live BBC performance on Jools Hollands' most recent annual Hootenanny, and brand new album 'Hair Down To My Grass' hitting the stores this

From the Vault – A Tale of Two Cities::: New Horizons

Dickensian is the last adjective you think of when listening to the Bristolian’s debut EP. There’s not a stovepipe hat in sight, instead you’ve got some distinctly garage sounding indie rock on show. They’ve been threatening to make a breakthrough for a while on the strength of a solid

Bellowhead – Intimate Press Show

Bellowhead are a eleven-piece contemporary folk band from England that use many instruments such as; Fiddles, a Tambourine, a Melodeon, Concertina, Guitar, Bouzouki, Mandolin, Banjo, Cello, Oboe, Bagpipes, Helicon, Trombone, Saxophones, Bass Clarinet and other percussion. The band performed 5 breath-taking songs in this intimate room full of people having a

Hayseed Dixie’s John Wheeler On Tour

Just in time for the US elections, on November 5 comes the release of the new single, titled “Deeper In Debt,” from John Wheeler. Best known for the past decade as the creator and frontman of the successful Rockgrass act, Hayseed Dixie, this snappy little slice of righteous reality-rock indignation