TMB42 Spotlight: THE CATCH

Our second The Music Blog 42 Spotlight is on Suffolk’s own THE CATCH! Rock band THE CATCH, from the renowned music scene in Bury St Edmunds, have already become established names in not only their own scene but around East Anglia. Having recently played at the Cambridge Junction (read our review here), they’ve played at […]

Noel Gallaghers High Flying Birds – Who Built The Moon? review

The second release from a Gallagher this year sees Noel take a more experimental turn than his brother Liam with his third record Who Built The Moon? Hyped up to be a “bold experiment” by various media outlets, Noel has taken his solo music down a more psychedelic route, akin to other musical heavyweights like Paul […]

Records of the Month: October 2017

October was a great month for new music. With debut records from Liam Gallagher and Niall Horan and follow-ups from the likes of Wolf Alice, we look back on this month with our favourite five records of the month. Liam Gallagher – As You Were The name on everyone’s lips in the music world: Liam […]

Declan McKenna @ The Waterfront, Norwich

One of the brightest upcoming talents, Declan McKenna, entertained a sell-out crowd at The Waterfront, Norwich tonight (30th October). McKenna opened his triumphant indie-pop set with arguably the best song from his debut record What Do You Think About The Car?, The Kids Don’t Wanna Come Home and from the moment he sung the first line he […]

Jessie Ware: Glasshouse review

There’s no doubt that Jessie Ware is one of the best female soloists in the UK at the moment, and you can really tell this on Glasshouse. One small criticism I have the record is that it would be great if Ware stepped out of her comfort zone more often and produced something different to the […]

Beck: Colors review

Colors, the latest project from singer-songwriter Beck, is arguably one of his best records to date. Beck is arguably one of the most brightest talents in music and his latest release Colors has been hotly-anticipated after the universal success of his last record, the Grammy-winning Morning Phase. The multi-talented soloist loves to mix up his musical style and genres, […]

The Hoosiers @ The Waterfront Studio, Norwich

A sprinkling of nostalgia filled The Waterfront Studio on Tuesday night (10th October) when The Hoosiers played to a sell-out crowd. Their 10th-anniversary tour to celebrate their debut record The Trick To Life kicked off with a bang as the band thrashed their way through the epic Worried About Ray and even better Worst Case […]

Liam Gallagher: As You Were review

Liam Gallagher, the Mancunian cockwomble who everyone either loves or loathes, has finally released his much-anticipated debut record As You Were. As You Were is a brilliant album. Gallagher has roped in some of the biggest songwriting talents from around the globe, notably Greg Kurstein (writer for Adele and Katy Perry), to make sure his comeback […]

Gaffa Tape Sandy and Cathedrals and Cars @ The Hunter Club, BSE

The 10th anniversary of BBC Music Introducing was celebrated at The Hunter Club in Bury St Edmunds on Friday evening (6th October) with interviews and sets from two of the biggest BSE bands, Gaffa Tape Sandy and Cathedrals and Cars. The night kicked off with short sets from each band, and interviews conducted by the […]

Wolf Alice: Visions Of A Life review

Visions Of A Life, the second album from British heavyweights Wolf Alice, is a bold masterpiece. It’s been an incredible few years for the band, what with the group selling out every  show they put on, their music added to the prestigious T2 Trainspotting soundtrack and their debut record My Love Is Cool was nominated for the […]