Indietracks Festival announces first bands for 2018 line-up

Indietracks, due to be held at Midland Railway Centre in Ripley this July, has announced a stellar line-up for 2018 with main acts British Sea Power, Honeyblood, The Lovely Eggs, Read More …

Crimewolf, The Evil Usses: Kunst Gallery Belper – live review

It’s officially freezing but none of us here begrudge it. The shed out the back of Kunst Gallery Belper is host to a variety of films, talks and gigs on Read More …

Anti-Pasti set for first hometown date in four years

Punk legends Anti-Pasti are set for their first hometown date in four years as they play the Hairy Dog on 28 April 2018. Their first gig in the city since Read More …

Christine Tobin – interview with acclaimed composer ahead of Derby date

Renowned singer and composer Christine Tobin is set to play tracks from her new album, PELT, at the Derby date of her latest tour when she stops by Déda on Read More …

Interview – Lach: founder of Antifolk movement

Founder of the Antifolk movement in New York, musician and poet Lach has seen performers including Lady Gaga and Beck early in their careers. He is set to return to Read More …

A Union Of Noise: Plax, Crime Wolf and Dead Arms – live review

Tonight’s show is presented by Belper’s Kunst Gallery under the banner A Union of Noise. Having been following the shows Kunst have been putting on in Belper and witnessing the Read More …

Dactylion, Grawl!x and Alex Hale: Dubrek – live review

Before we start – full disclosure: Dactylion are signed to the record label I co-run Reckless Yes and this EP is our latest release, Grawl!x is also signed to our Read More …