Why Oasis Turned Down the Trainspotting Soundtrack

Posted by - February 23, 2021

Today marks 25 years since the release of the cult classic film, ‘Trainspotting’, based on the 1993 novel by Irvine Welsh. Considered a cultural phenomenon of the 90’s, Trainspotting is widely renowned for its brilliant soundtrack, which includes the likes of Pulp, Primal Scream and New Order. A band that seemed a perfect fit to

Top 20 Northern Love Songs

Posted by - February 14, 2021

It’s Valentines Day! And a great excuse to delve into the more romantic side of our favourite artists. Yes, we all love the stadium anthems, but sometimes it’s the love songs that show off songwriters at their very best, so we have compiled a list of our 20 favourite love songs from up north. Only

Final Creation 23 Release Inspired By Noel Gallagher

Posted by - February 2, 2021

As the final release on Alan McGee’s Creation 23 label, SISTER PSYCHOSIS are looking to make a lasting impression with: ‘Into Your Memory’. Comprising singer-songwriter Amanda May and guitarist Chops, the UK-Canadian duo formed through a series of chance encounters. Their first release ‘Into Your Memory’ definitively owes its origins to one place in particular – Manchester. May

Noel Gallagher features on Imelda May single with Ronnie Wood

Posted by - January 28, 2021

Global Irish sensation, Imelda May makes an eagerly awaited return with her first new music in four years. For her brand-new single ‘Just One Kiss’ , Imelda is joined by close friends and music legends Noel Gallagher on vocals and Ronnie Wood on guitar. After an idle texting exchange with her friend Noel Gallagher, he happily joined in to duet with Imelda and

Music in 2011: Albums turning 10 this year

Posted by - January 21, 2021

In a year that saw Game of Thrones premiere worldwide, Novak Djokovic win his first Wimbledon title and The King’s Speech sweep up at the Oscars, it was also an action packed year for music. Across the pond we had Watch The Throne (Kanye West & Jay-Z), Wasting Light (Foo Fighters), El Camino (The Black