King Richard III's reinterment in Leicester is the boost the city needs
Leicester’s Mayor Sir Peter Soulsby was criticised for “unnecessary spending” during a time of strict council budget cuts, when he unveiled the plans to build the £4 million Jubilee Square in 2012. Another investment, though, is set to reap real rewards for the city.
Hear This: Daniel James - The Bridge
Daniel James may not be a familiar name yet, but his music sure sounds familiar already.
Hear This: Oyama - Sweet Ride
I covered Oyama in February of last year, because when you hear something remarkably ear catching coming out of Iceland, it's best to highlight it to the rest of the world rather than let it sit in emptiness.
Hear This: Lana Del Ray - West Coast
A YouTuberï¿½s dramatic glamorisation of Lana Del Ray as ï¿½Hollywood Sadcoreï¿½ seems somewhat apt for her new single ï¿½West Coastï¿½.
Hear This: Drull - Persona
It's no surprise Drull are coming out with 'Persona' when Wild Nothing, The Vaccines, M83, Grimes, and just about 70% of the current batch of new wavers are willing to combine indie rock and electronica.
How Leicester City can avoid 'Doing a Leicester' this season
This time last year, Leicester City were looking comfortable in the Championship play-off positions.
New Band of The Day: Vision Fortune
I feel that writing about VISION FORTUNE in binary would be as good / or even better than writing about them in English.
Live review: Demons of Ruby Mae @ The Y, Leicester
Live review of Demons of Ruby Mae at The Y, Leicester.
Album Review: Cut Copy - Free Your Mind
Cut Copy return in the third summer of love, with an album influenced by the likes of Happy Mondays, Primal Scream, and The Stone Roses.
Interview: Jagwar Ma
Jagwar Ma guitarist and vocalist Gabriel Winterfield, told us about the music he loves, the surprise acclaim of Jagwar Ma's debut album Howlin', and the excitement of touring the UK.
Album Review: Paul McCartney - New
With a gang of young producers in tow, does Sir Paul McCartney's New album match the potential?
Hear This: Cut Copy - Free Your Mind
Cut Copy are emulating acid house with their newest single ï¿½Free Your Mindï¿½ from their upcoming fourth album of the same name.
New Band of The Day: Demons of Ruby Mae
Demons of Ruby Mae are the sound of local lavish music communities, where the independent working man and his grasp on society becomes far more than just a 9 - 5.
Album Review: HAIM - Days Are Gone
HAIM performed to the awkward face of David Cameron on the Andrew Marr Show. The trio of sisters looked lost on stage, with no bass, no strings, and no emotion. It reflects their lacklustre debut album Days Are Gone.
Festival review: Cambridge Folk Festival 2013
There's a music festival in Europe with history and long standing tradition. I'm not talking about Glastonbury or Isle of Wight, no, this is the Cambridge Folk Festival.
New Band of The Day: Vok
Vok only have two recorded tracks online, however there's a sentimental instinct that the Icelandic duo are set to go far.
Album Review: The Men - New Moon
The Men have released four albums in as many years and New Moon doesn’t drop the standard.
Album Review: British Sea Power - Machineries of Joy
"We’re primitive abolition, like a hobbyist of deranged proportion,” sings Yannis on British Sea Power’s extremely literal sixth album.