I’m sure we are all aware of Charlie Sheen’s rather public implosion as he indulged…
Author Alex Payne
A rich, Cambridge graduate releasing a blues album called Let Them Talk; it doesn’t seem…
The Blackout are back. Having changing record company to Cooking Vinyl, the band seems to…
The Edge reminisces in all things British as the resurgence in British guitar pop and ‘Cool Britannia’ led to the movement of Britpop which gave us Oasis, Blur, Supergrass, Ocean Colour Scene, Ash and many more.
Ocean Colour Scene found success on the back of the Britpop wave and they have surfed this wave to the Guildhall to take Southampton back to the nineties by playing their classic ‘Moseley Shoals’ album in its entirety.
Brooker, Carr, Mitchell and…. Laverne serve up a tasty offering of live interviews, discussions and comedy in the new Channel 4 show 10 O’Clock Live.
Ocean Colour Scene bring back some Britpop nostalgia to the Guildhall.
Jools Holland is back. Bigger, better and brassier than ever, Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra deliver a superb brand new 19 track album, ‘Rockinghorse’.
40 years on since the passing of one of the musical greats but how and why has his legacy lived on.
Dust off your hairspray and dig out your leather trousers as Reckless Love brings the eighties to the noughties.