A chat with Eden James

I catch up with singer and songwriter Eden James. How and why did you start making music? We had a piano in the living room of my family home; my mother played it often, singing 50s pop songs and that got me interested in having a go. In fact my childhood played a huge roleContinue reading “A chat with Eden James”


Having a chat with Sam from Thrillhouse to celebrate the release of new single One Of These Days, So for those who don’t know, who are Thrillhouse? Thrillhouse are Alistair Scott, Jackie B. Nielsen and Sam Burns. One Of These Days is dark and lively in equal measure, a sort of sombre dance tune. Is itContinue reading “Introducing…Thrillhouse”

Director Kimberley Sykes talks about her production of As You Like It

Director Kimberley Sykes talks about her production of As You Like It, which will be coming to The Marlowe Theatre in January as part of a season of exhilarating Shakespeare plays bursting with contemporary resonance. What has influenced your thinking around the production? I think a big thing which has influenced my thinking on theContinue reading “Director Kimberley Sykes talks about her production of As You Like It”


I caught up with Leeds based L.H.B on the launch of her new album Down Yonderland, a spirited and modern blend of ambient electronics and pop makes for a chilled listen of lush tunes. When and why did you start making music? I have been singing since I can remember. Both my Granny and MumContinue reading “Introducing…L.H.B”

The Lutras – Fight Night

Scottish indie-rockers, The Lutras, return with their full-throttle single Fight Night, an energetic piece of punky rock that evokes classic British guitar melodies and fuzzing riffs. It simmers along, before building to a firey crescendo, boldly putting itself out there. The Dumfries band, consisting of Ben Clements (vocals), Thomas Gillan (guitar), Danny Heron (bass) and Finlay Maxwell (drums)Continue reading “The Lutras – Fight Night”