The Sherlocks Gig Review

On Monday night, I ventured from my room and for one night left my assessments behind me. My friend Hayley and I made our way to the gig, we first bonded over our mutual Blossoms love. She introduced me to The Sherlocks music, how could I not like a northern band with a Courteneers persuasion? With tickets for £9 and an excuse for a night out, we headed to Fibbers. A venue near uni in York that we usually associate with clubbing, it is only the second gig I’ve managed to go to in York during uni time, so it was a bit of a treat. It was quite a surreal experience going into a ‘club’ stone cold sober and being surrounded by underage teenager on the pull, I’ll get back to that later. I really enjoyed their set and I am definitely looking forward to hearing more stuff from them, certainly one to watch! Continue reading

banning camera phones at gigs?

With Apple being granted a camera blocking patent last year and the list of artist’s publicly calling out fans who record shows ever growing, camera phones at gigs have increasingly become a controversial and debated topic in the technology-saturated music scene of today. Although I can sympathise with many of the ‘cameras at gigs’ defenders, the “I paid for a ticket I can do what I like” argument is true to a certain extent but not when it’s impacting on other gig goers and from my personal experience, it definitely does. Continue reading