I managed to weasel my way into getting tickets for Hozier’s sold-out opening night in the UK, and boy am I glad I did. Let me tell you, this concert was a surreal piece of poetry.
Insanity Radio’s Music Team brings you a selection of up-and-coming artists who we believe are ‘ones to watch’ next year. Spotlighting our favourites, from a variety of genres, we hope that we can help you discover your next new favourite artist.
Spotlighting the best album releases of 2023 and hitting play on some of our old favourites, Insanity Radio’s Music Team celebrates the albums that we’ve had on loop this year.
Insanity Introducing… Zoe Wees. Insanity Radio’s Head of Music, Lottie Macro, caught up with Zoe Wees to chat about her debut album and the transformative power of writing music about vulnerability and self-expression.
Bob Vylan delivers an electric performance at the O2 Forum in Kentish Town, with support from up-and-coming artists, Panic Shack and Kid Bookie.
Released in April of this year, Seaforth, the first single from the album, perfectly captures the mood of the album in four minutes.
In this show, the BBC Proms welcomed Rufus Wainwright to the stage, backed by the impressive conductor Sarah Hicks and talented BBC Concert Orchestra, for a symphonic version of his album Want One.
This year one of the United Kingdom’s favourite singers, Tom Jones, announced that he would be performing two national tours in 2023…
Merseyside has never looked better. Photos taken on the day of the Eurovision Grand Final in Liverpool.
With this year’s Eurovision Song Contest being held in Liverpool, one of England’s cities that is known for its exciting musical background, it is sure to be an event to remember!
I don’t know what BCNR is really, they’re a ban and the
internet tells me they’re experimental rock, post-punk, alternative – I don’t know. What I do know is I like whatever “it” is, Live at Bush Hall is an album I like, Black Country, New Road is a band I like.
Godspeed 100 gecs. Haslem Stroud on always-confusing new 100 gecs album, ‘10,000 gecs’