Pilgrims Pit – The Good, The Bad and The Corona Bit.

Written by Caleb Allport. COVID-19 has made 2020 one of the most devastating times for so many across the globe. Grassroots music venues are a group that have been hit hard by the pandemic, and for the most part, have been at the point of complete uncertainty since they were forced to close their doorsContinue reading “Pilgrims Pit – The Good, The Bad and The Corona Bit.”

‘Yang’, the Global Pandemic & Their Yogurt Form

“ONCE THIS IS OVER, WE SHOULDN’T GO BACK TO NORMAL, WE SHOULD DO BETTER THAN THAT.” – ‘Yang’ discuss genre fluidity, the global pandemic & their yogurt form. Interview by Caleb Allport I decided to keep things interesting during lockdown and catch up with the Manchester ‘genre fluid’ 2 piece – ‘Yang’. Made up ofContinue reading “‘Yang’, the Global Pandemic & Their Yogurt Form”

Keep Busy w/ Look Busy

If you hadn’t heard already, look busy are an electronic rock group from Stoke-on-Trent. The three lads combine catchy melodies, powerful vocals and bouncy rhythms to form a polished sound. I had the pleasure of chatting with the band; Caleb Allport, the singer who has a metal plate in his arm and the scar toContinue reading “Keep Busy w/ Look Busy”

Lo-Tide Music: 6 albums to listen to while waiting for Playboi Carti’s ‘WLR’

Written by Lo-Tide. 1. Portishead – Dummy Portishead’s 1994 debut is a masterwork of downbeat and desperation. They invented their own kind of virtuosity, one that encompassed musicianship, technology, and aura. Lo-Tide Highlight: Glory Box 2. Black Kray – Ice Cream & Mac 10s Important album in popularising cloud rap, dark, ambient, spacey but stillContinue reading “Lo-Tide Music: 6 albums to listen to while waiting for Playboi Carti’s ‘WLR’”