REVIEW: Cobby & Litten – Boothferry LP

Cobby & Litten – Boothferry Reviewed by Adam Ward     Combining eclectic beat driven music with spoken word story telling in a broad Hull accent, Cobby & Litten's second album is a pretty bizarre proposition on paper. Opener “... BROWSE MORE...

REVIEW: Primal Scream / Echo and the Bunnymen

As the dust settles on another fine weekend in Hull, perhaps one of the finest we've seen for many a year in terms of the talent and sheer spectacle on show, it's time to take stock and make some sense of it all. As Glastonbury raged on in Somerset, looming la... BROWSE MORE...

An Hour with Cobby & Litten…

Interview and words: Mike Robbo An hour with Steve Cobby and Russ Litten is like ten hours with any other person. Such is the breadth of topics covered.   Where do we start? It's been a whirlwind year for the Bard and the Don of electronica. B... BROWSE MORE...

Interview: Sean Johnston – A Love from Outer Space

Hull born and raised Sean Johnston has played at some of London’s landmark clubs including The Promised Land, Sabre Sonic, Club UK, Final Frontier, Disco Bloodbath and was one of the founding residents at London Super Club Cable. But it was in Hull, where Sean... BROWSE MORE...

NEW MUSIC: Cobby & Litten – RIME EP

Hull's electro-poets Cobby & Litten performed their new material at the weekends John  Grant: North Atlantic Flux Festival at Jubilee Church. The EP was commissioned solely for the festival and gives a nod to the Hull Trawler Tragedies. We've included the ... BROWSE MORE...