Rock ain’t dead and the female fronted Marmozets are here to prove it.
It's no understatement that British rock music has seen better days, the sound of over-driven guitars is seemingly featuring less and less on mainstream radio stations and we very rarely hear[...]
Riding high on the waves of the roots revival that's currently surging through the UK comes this new tune Unbreakable from Gentleman's Dub Club, the first new music from the[...]
“Welcome… to the freaks and the others of Liverpool!” announces Annie Clark, better known as the art-dance-pop-jazz-rock queen St. Vincent, after unleashing the bouncing indie grooves of ‘Rattlesnake’, ‘Digital Witnesses’[...]
There's something about Scottish bands that gives a gig a certain edge. From Primal Scream to The View, Biffy Clyro to The Vaselines, Scotland is a finely represented country when[...]
Last August, I had the privilege of hosting an interview with WWE wrestler and Fozzy frontman Chris Jericho prior to Fozzy’s gig at the O2 Academy Leicester, in which he mentioned[...]
We've all had to wait an ungodly amount of time for new Jamie T material, but it's finally here in the form of the electronic heavy 'Don't You Find'. [...]
Bass heavy Leeds 9-piece pump out foot stomping new crowd pleaser with the aid of vet reggae MC Solo Banton.
LUSH travelled to the second best city in England beginning with ‘L’ as St. Vincent played the O2 Academy in Liverpool.
Rowdy Glaswegian trio are storming venues throughout the UK and are set to play a headline gig in Leicester later this year.
University of Leicester’s very own Bengal Lancers release new single Morning Light.
WWE veteran Chris Jericho releases his latest album with band Fozzy. LUSH Radio’s Andrew Wilsher gives us the low down.
‘Don’t You Find’ will be the South London man’s first single since 2010.
Dizzee Rascal joins forces with Fekky for a return to earlier form with new track Still Sittin’ Here.
Sex Pistol’s daughter is the next big thing in reggae.
LUSH reviewer Andrew Wilsher went to see Ozzy Osbourne and co. headline this years British Summer Time (or ‘Black Sabbath Time’) in a day that proved metal music to be “alive and well”.