Damian Luke and The Sweet Beast – Mad Love

Ramping up the rock’n’roll all the way to its vaudeville peak, Damien Luke and The Sweet Beast are exploding back onto your stereo with their second single, ‘Mad Love’, choosing to eschew sixty years of culture and taking their favourite musical medium right back to its very genesis, tapping straight into the 1950s masterclass ofContinue reading “Damian Luke and The Sweet Beast – Mad Love”

Harri Larkin – Bonfire Toffee video

Back in August Sheffield trio Harri Larkin released the brilliant indie-funk fusion single ‘Bonfire Toffee’ and this weekend the group have endowed the track with a dreamy video, the directorial debut of Drastic//Automatic’s Benji Wilson. Cornish singer/guitarist Harri Tape describes: “The track is all about the excitement of new love. I was inspired by myContinue reading “Harri Larkin – Bonfire Toffee video”

Harri Larkin – Bonfire Toffee

Indie surf funk wonders Harri Larkin are back with their first single since last year’s ‘Beach City’ album and they’re totally on form. Having opened the main stage of Tramlines Festival this year, the Sheffield trio grasp the limelight shining on them right now with ‘Bonfire Toffee’ and it just so happens to be theContinue reading “Harri Larkin – Bonfire Toffee”

Damian Luke and The Sweet Beast – Mighty Muse

Damian Luke and The Sweet Beast are a brand new four piece group from Sheffield. Having only formed in March 2022 they’ve already got it together marvellously to write and record brilliant chant-along debut single ‘Mighty Muse’, a rock’n’roll demon encompassing xylophone and a boldly anthemic guitar solo. Frontman Damian Luke encourages the listener toContinue reading “Damian Luke and The Sweet Beast – Mighty Muse”

Harri Larkin – Beach City

Sheffield newcomers Harri Larkin are made up of Cornwall’s Harri Tape and Sheffield boys Danton Laromani on drums and Oscar South on bass. Their debut album, Beach City, is the aural equivalent of laying back on sand, headphones in, eyes closed, as a beaming sun hangs high up in a clear blue sky, feeling everyContinue reading “Harri Larkin – Beach City”