Almost exactly a year to the day since I attended the first leg of Jaret Reddick’s Heartache and Hilarity tour in Manchester, I was lucky enough get to see the second round tonight at The Plug in Sheffield. There are a number of bands notorious for touring with Bowling for Soup over the years. While … Continue reading Gig Review: Jaret Reddick / The Dollyrots / Lacey – The Plug, Sheffield (17th September 2018)
I'm a complete "Bah, Humbug", so when someone says it's Almost Christmas I cringe and think about how exactly I want to flay them. Then I find out that this is the name of the forthcoming Bowling For Soup tour, and that they'll be bringing bouncy New Yorkers Patent Pending with them and I get … Continue reading Jaret tour kicks off soon, Bowling For Soup back with Patent Pending in Nov/Dec!
Back in February, Bowling For Soup came to town with their Get Happy tour (which we reviewed back at the time). We snagged frontman Jaret for a chat, and with the announcement that he's back soon for more solo dates, what better time to unveil his answers to our questions about life, love and snogging … Continue reading Interview: Bowling For Soup’s Jaret Reddick
Running in as we approach the final hurdle is Jack Barker, a recent addition to the Crew here at Moshville Times... Best New Album Papa Roach’s latest offering Crooked Teeth was probably my most anticipated album of 2017 and my excitement grew when the title track and "Help" were released at the back end of … Continue reading 2017 Crew Review: Jack Barker, Photographer
Good grief, where do I start? At the time I'm drafting this, this year we have published 2098 articles of which 388 are album reviews and 228 are live reviews. We've covered stadium fillers like Guns N' Roses and bands playing venues with a capacity not much larger than our living room. In almost every … Continue reading 2017 Crew Review: Iain Purdie (Mosh) – Da Boss
Whenever we hit this point of the year, I simultaneously love and loathe it. It’s great to revisit everything that happened in the last 12 months but at the same time, when I collate my lists of what I feel are the best albums and live shows, I always hate leaving something worthwhile off the … Continue reading 2017 Crew Review: Ross Green – Music Editor