I listened to a radio show from last week that resulted in the inspiration for this week’s Tuesday Ten. And what was that show? It was Jarvis Cocker’s musical map of Sheffield, which was a fascinating guide through the Sheffield that Jarvis grew up in, and the music he was influenced by along the way […]
Last night was the second 3ulogy gig in three weeks in Sheffield, supported this time by the Leicester-based noise act DirtyK.
This was my first opportunity to see 3ulogy live for quite some time. Before them, though, it was a couple of support acts, who had been added to the bill at short notice after the dropping out of both Nightmoves and Karmanaut, neither of which I was too keen on anyway.
It is now 13 months since I last touched upon recorded output from this band – the demo CD I reviewed then did get a release of sorts a little further down the line, with one track jettisoned and then the remainder shuffled into a new order.
Another new month, so time for a rundown of my favourite tracks of the past month. I’m on the lookout for new things right now, stuff I may not have heard. Doesn’t matter what it is, send me links!
First off, I am going to mention the logistics and organisation, as both were seriously lacking. My girlfriend and I decided that we wouldn’t rush into town (we were staying at her dad’s in south Leicester anyway), and when we got to The Shed we were glad that we did – despite doors being 1400, […]
I wasn’t going to review this, initially. As it is, it’s an unmastered demo, clearly unfinished. However, the band decided to give out a number of copies of this at a recent gig, and after just one listen the review started to formulate. So here we are.
…What did surprise me first off was that the Hubs venue seems better suited to live bands than club nights – the cavernous rooms do nothing for club sound, as I have found in the past.
Last night’s gig at the Grapes was certainly interesting, and in some respects something of an eye-opener. Not a bad turnout, either, for a Monday night gig.