Jackson Caged, one of the mainstays of the Sheffield music scene since their formation a decade ago, are back after a short hiatus with a new line-up and big dreams. I sat down with the metal quartet before their album release show at Corporation to find out more about the band.
‘Feed The Rhino’ lifted the roof off of Sheffield’s Corporation on the penultimate night of their UK tour following the release of their latest album. In front of a rampant sellout crowd on 23rd October 2014, the hardcore rockers from Kent tore through a set of both old and new material, including tracks from their newest LP ‘The Sorrow and The Sound’ released in June. (more…)
Sheffield’s Inherit the Stars just get better and better! The alternative band made their debut on the Main Stage at Corporation on Saturday 27th September and they did not disappoint with a dynamic performance that showcased both old songs and some of the new material from forthcoming EP ‘Beyond The Beacons’.
Tramlines is a music festival that has been hosted in Sheffield annually since 2009. The event takes place across multiple venues around the city, including The Leadmill, Corporation, the main stage at Devonshire Green and many others. A former UK Festival award winner, July 22nd and 23rd of this year’s 3-day festival saw my first visit to my hometown’s biggest music event.
Defeater put on a truly brilliant show on the fourth night of their European Tour at Sheffield’s Corporation. Alongside support from ‘Goodtime Boys’, ‘More Than Life’ and the outstanding ‘Caspian’, the five piece from Boston, Massachusetts blew the rapturous crowd away with their performance on an unforgettable night.
On Saturday 21st September 2013, I went to see Sheffield band Inherit the Stars headline the O2 Academy in their home city. I was also given the opportunity to interview the band ahead of the show and you can read about their thoughts and feelings on the show, their debut album and much more below.