Tag: Music

Ariana’s Grand Comeback: Exploring Her Last Single

With four UK number ones, Ariana has been on a roll recently, releasing hit after hit and leading a new generation of strong independent women. Grande’s new song, ‘7 Rings’ has rocked the charts in 2019, taking the top position...

/ 15th February 2019

REVIEW: How Full House is single handily transforming Leicester’s Techno and House scene

A review of Leicester’s most talked about upcoming techno brand, Full House, after their latest event smashed raver’s expectations with world-class DJ, Archie Hamilton, headlining the night.  Dark, groovy and intimate was the vibe at Full House’s most recent event...

/ 10th February 2019

Music to Listen to on a Self-Care Day

I don’t know about you, but I for one know that I have a playlist of songs for pretty much every occasion. One for pre-drinks, one for the shower, one for the gym, a happy playlist, and a self-care playlist....

/ 31st October 2018

How ‘Our Girl’ Charmed The Cookie

Last Monday, when Our Girl was performing I really liked it. And the audience did too as they were swinging, smiling and even singing along. They were loving it. The Brighton-based rock trio, came all the way from the vocalist...

/ 19th October 2018

REVIEW: Paramore take Birmingham’s Genting Arena by Storm

Every one of us who experienced the unfortunate ‘emo stage’ growing up with your converse, all black clothes and scene queen fringes will understand Paramore being one of those bands that you never grow out of. Even when you do...

/ 7th March 2018

Low Chimes, a Band to Look Out For 

The importance of the release date of an album can often be understated, but when Illumine, the debut LP from Stroud outfit Low Chimes, was released in early October, it perfectly captured the late Autumnal and early Winter phases. Combining...

/ 6th March 2018

Interview: Eyre Llew at 110 Above

Sat on a log infested with ants, local boys Eyre Llew chatted to The Demon about their performance, upcoming tours and their debut album launch. If they were animals, singer Sam Heaton and Jack Bennett decided they’d be cats, (owned...

/ 28th August 2017

An Interview with The RPMs

Donning their leather jackets, flowery garlands and sunglasses – presumably to hide the hangover (or maybe it’s just their style), The RPMs were the first to perform on Saturday of 110 Above.   It was a tough act to follow;...

/ 25th August 2017

Interview with Get Inuit at 110 Above

After performing all their upcoming shows and festivals, “dirty pop” band Get Inuit will be sitting around in one huge pant together, according to lead singer Jamie Glass. The Kent boys sat on the sofas of the green room in...

/ 24th August 2017

An Interview with Little India: 110 Above

Backstage of the Old Town Hall stage was buzzing with the band members of Little India. They’re not so little though, with one of the guys smashing his head on the concrete as he jumped up to go on stage....

/ 23rd August 2017