Reviews

REVIEW: The Moons – Pocket Melodies

REVIEW: The Moons – Pocket Melodies

Since landing on earth The Moons have been dipping their toes into the indie, 60’s, popular guitar band genre building their reputation around nifty 3 minutes ditties whilst looking the dapper part in whistle and flutes. Their latest long player…

INTERVIEW: LE JUNK Reaches The Next Level

How did the LE JUNK project come about?  It started with a love for the bass. It’s the one instrument that catches me differently and many of my favourite artists like Death From Above 1979 and Peaches revolve around killer…

REVIEW: Denise Johnson – Where Does It Go

REVIEW: Denise Johnson – Where Does It Go

I’m going to say what everyone is thinking. Denise Johnson was and is one of the most underrated female vocalist to come out of Manchester. The likes of Lisa Stansfield and Rowetta may have received their acclaim, rightly so for…