Tramlines Vintage Underground mixes vintage and music

Words by Natalie Wood Sheffield City Hall hosted the aptly named Vintage Underground in its deeply underground Ballroom over the Tramlines weekend. It was certainly a hit with all eras. When you walked through the doors you could see everything in its vintage glory. There were the lovely fur coats, the 40’s style hats and … Continue reading

Live review: Ladyhawke Plays Leadmill

Words & Photography: Tom Pattrick The Leadmill, May 4 Ladyhawke stormed the stage at Sheffield’s most lucrative music venue, the Leadmill. On a night that attracted fans of all ages, we saw both young and old rocking out to what proved an awe inspiring performance. A lot has changed since the success of her debut album back … Continue reading

Live Review: Alkaline Trio @ The Leadmill

  Words and photography by Natalie Wood Rock band The Dear & Departed got the crowd in the mood for what was going to be a spectacular night. The band have toured with Alkaline Trio before so knew all the tricks to engaging the crowd of a punk show. Dave Hause was definitely the unexpected … Continue reading

Live Review: Tribes

Words & Photography: Tom Walton The Leadmill, May 7 It was a somewhat mental affair when Tribes visited The Leadmill’s Steel Stage on Bonfire Night last year. Since then, the London quartet have been touring the country at large after releasing their critically lauded debut album, Baby, in January. It isn’t only Tribes’ reputation that … Continue reading

Live Review: Such Gold & Apologies, I Have None @ Sheffield Corporation 04/05/12

  The intimate backroom of Sheffield’s Corporation is packed to the rafters for the visit of Rochester New York’s Such Gold, part of their debut UK headline tour with Apologies I Have None.   Local openers Cutthroats are playing their first ever show tonight, and unfortunately it is extremely obvious. Having by their own admission … Continue reading

Live Review: The Stranglers @ O2 Academy, Sheffield

Words and photography by Natalie Wood It may have been The Stranglers second to last gig on the UK part of their tour but they played it has if it was their first. Mike Marlin kicked off the support for the night. Mike and his band sounded pretty good and in keeping with the sound … Continue reading

Live: The Jezabels @ The Leadmill

Words by Natalie Wood The Jezabels played for the first time ever in Sheffield on Friday night and they certainly left the audience wanting more. Support came from local band Blessa who’s sound certainly got the crowd in the mood for the main act. To say the band looked so young they certainly had the … Continue reading

Live Review: The Wanted/Lawson 2012 Tour

Words: Corrina Dalby Sheffield Motorpoint Arena, February 17 The ladies of Sheffield were treated to not one but two boy bands at the Motorpoint Arena. All pampered and ready to scream until their hearts content – first to woo the adoring crowd were four piece band, Lawson. The boys were cool, calm and collected – … Continue reading


Tuesday 14th February 2012 @ The Redhouse – Sheffield While a night of Punk and Emo may not seem like many people’s idea of a good Valentines Day, a good crowd has assembled at The Redhouse in Sheffield for tonight’s festivities, for a bill brimming with Sheffield talent. Five Leaf Nettles, or Jack Collister, as … Continue reading