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Harry Sherriff


Billy Bibby and the Wry Smiles

Harry Sheriff chats to Billy Bibby and Matt Thomas of Billy Bibby and the Wry Smiles about touring and what direction the band wants to take

Billy Bibby and the Wry Smiles
Filter Distortion

Former Catfish and the Bottlemen lead guitarist Billy Bibby talks to Harry Sherriff about his new band the Wry Smiles, working as a front man for the first time and their debut EP, 'Bide Your Time'
Harry Sherriff speaks to Nick Power, the keyboardist and co-songwriter in the Coral about his debut poetry collection, 'Small Town Chase'
Harry Sherriff chats to Liverpool synth group Filter Distortion, who are about to release their debut album, 'Transition', initially as a vinyl only release

Mike Hughes
Emily Hurd
Osculum Infame

Harry Sherriff talks to Sheffield-based singer-songwriter Mike Hughes about supporting Miles Kane and his forthcoming debut album
Harry Sherriff talks to former Coral guitarist and Liverpool-based singer-songwriter and composer Bill Ryder-Jones about his musical career, recovery from agoraphobia and touring with the Arctic Monkeys
Marie Hazelwood and Harry Sherriff talk to Van McCann, the singer with rising Welsh rock and roll band Catfish and the Bottlemen, about his group's hard touring and their forthcoming debut album
Harry Sherriff with Marie Hazelwood speaks to London-based indie rock band Spector about creative fulfilment, the future of guitar music and why their record label hates them.


Buttercup Bill

Despite seeing immense potential in ‘Buttercup Bill’, the new music-oriented film of American directors Remy Bennett and Emilie Richard-Froozan, Harry Sherriff finds it to be overall dull and disappointing


Harry Sherriff finds new Levellers documentary 'A Curious Life' poorly structured and only of appeal to die-hard fans

Live Reviews

Arctic Monkeys
Miles Kane

Harry Sherriff watches homecoming band the Courteneers play a storming, crowd-pleasing set at the Manchester Arena, but is equally impressed by support act Miles Kane.
Harry Sheriff enjoys Arctic Monkeys 'Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino' tour at the Arena in Manchester.
At a homecoming gig for Miles Kane at new Liverpool venue Hangar 34, Harry Sherriff finds that, despite being poorly marketed, tracks from his soon to-be-released third solo album 'Coup De Grace' look highly promising.


Liam McClair
Mary Gauthier
Family Rain

Poignant final project from Gavin Clark whose music soundtracked all of director Shane Meadows's films, and which was completed after his sudden death in February by his UNKLE bandmates James Griffiths and Pablo Clements
Underwhelming but not unpromising new EP from Manchester-based singer-songwriter, Liam McClair
Enjoyable but somewhat formulaic seventh album from Nashville-based singer-songwriter, Mary Gauthier
Epic-sounding yet minimal blues rock on fine debut album from Bath-based sibling trio, the Family Rain

Miles Kane
Pete Kosanovich
Terry Emm
Fantasy Rainbow

Fine second solo album from Miles Kane, upon which he has co-written songs with Paul Weller, Andy Partridge, Ian Broudie and Guy Chambers
Promising, but over-lengthy and repetitive self-titled debut album from Serb-born, but now London-based singer-songwriter and acoustic guitarist, Pete Kosanovich
Uninspiring single from Bedfordshire-based singer-songwriter and guitarist, Terry Emm
Deceptively easy-on-the-ear, but immensely promising debut album from Fantasy Rainbow, the band of 19-year old ex-bedroom artist, Oliver Catt

Mode Moderne
Miniature Dinosaurs

Fabulous dark retro rock on seven-song debut UK release and mini album, Mode Moderne
Catchy and inventive oddball pop on latest EP from Scottish group, Miniature Dinosaurs

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