It was on this day, all the way back in 1970, that global superstar, guitar-player’s God and modern legend Jimi Hendrix sadly passed away at the tender age of 27.
A huge amount of time has passed since 2003, but has the world really changed that much? Fifteen years after it topped the UK charts, Black Eyed Peas’ ‘Where Is The Love’ still carries a lot of weight.
It’s been 22 years since the death of Hip-Hop Legend Tupac Shakur, so why not take a moment to listen to this absolute gem in memorial of the great man?
There are few musicians (or people in general to be honest) as iconic as the Man In Black himself, Mr. Johnny Cash. So, fifteen years after his passing, we share our favourite track from Country music’s arguably most prolific performer, to celebrate his incredible legacy.
Let’s raise a glass and shout “Hip Hip Hooray”, for Smells Like Teen Spirit turns 27 today!
In the mood for Metal? Well, Chandrian Kill have got you covered, with this absolute face melter that is currently receiving only the highest of praise from pretty much every music publication and radio station it comes across!
Electronic music is arguably in more rude a state of health than ever and should you need proof, then Clusters Of Eyes are here to supply it right to your ears! Find out more inside…
After seeing Otis Mensah perform a fantastic opening set for Cosmo Sheldrake at Plug in Sheffield earlier this year, we simply had to see where this incredible artist was set to take us next. Find out more inside…
Ska and Reggae tinged Pop fans unite , for it was on this day all the way back in 1983 that UB40 had their first UK No.1 single the now iconic tune, ‘Red Red Wine’.
Seventy nine years ago could be one of the most important dates in British musical history. For that was the day that John Peel was born and frankly, if you have listened to pretty much any form of interesting music in your life, you more than likely have John Peel to thank.