Brighton-based singer-songwriter Chris T-T has spent much of the last year touring with former Million Dead frontman Frank Turner. Helen Tipping chats to him about politics, his recent trilogy of albums about the downfall of London and going out on the road with Turner
Soon to play a Pennyblackmusic Bands Night , Magoo are back with a new single and are in the process of recording a new album. Olga Sladeckova talks to founder members Owen Turner and Andrew Rayner about the band's 12 year history
One of the founders of the grunge movement, Seattle's Mudhoney have just released their eighth album 'Since We've Become Translucent'. Mark Rowland talks to singer Mark Arm and guitarist Steve Turner about the new record and their fifteen year history
Interview with Nigel Turner
Now seven years old, the Pickled Egg label has just put out its fiftieth release. Label boss Nigel Turner talks to Sarah Johnson about its history and why we need labels like Pickled Egg.
Victoria Warehouse, Manchester, 26/1/2019
Writer Shirley Procter and photographer Amanda J Window watch and photograph Frank Turner playing an energetic and crowd-pleasing show at new Manchester venue the Victoria Warehouse.
Last Shadow Puppets
Castlefield Bowl, Manchester, 10/7/2016
Harry Sherriff watches the Last Shadow Puppets, the side project of Miles Kane and the Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner, play a n often surprising show at the Castlefield Bowl in Manchester to promote their just released second album, 'Everything You’ve Come to Expect'
Last Shadow Puppets
Sheffield City Hall, Sheffield, 23/10/2008
At a homecoming show before they return to their day jobs in the Arctic Monkeys and the Rascals, Denzil Watson finds Alex Turner and Miles Kane's side project the Last Shadow Puppets' orchestral pop to be absolutely magical
Biffy Clyro, yourcodenameis:milo and Frank Turner
Pyramids, Portsmouth, 20/5/2007
At a show at the Pyramids in Portsmouth Paul Raven watches maths rockers Biffy Clyro play a catchy and enjoyable set of indie guitar rock, but also is impressed by suppoer acts yourcodenameis : milo and Frank Turner
Borderline, London, 13/2/2007
At a show at the Borderline in London, Dan Cressey finds punk-turned-folk singer and former Million Dead front man Frank Turner's vitriolic form of song writing as brutally sharp as ever, but the back slapping between him and his audience somewhat muting the impact of his performance
Lock 17, London, 17/4/2006
Never afraid to show his influences, former Million Dead frontman Frank Turner incorporates both country/folk numbers and also acoustic anthemic rockers. Dan Cressey enjoys an energetic, but short set at London's Lock 17
Pennyblackmusic phootgrapher takes photos of former Million Dead front man Frank Turner at a gig at the Soho Revue Bar in London