BLOSSOMS – ENGINE SHED, LINCOLN

Tonight, the VO5 NME Awards tour came through Lincoln and landed at the one of it’s biggest venues, The Engine Shed, providing a stage for this years headliners, Blossoms. The up and coming indie-pop five piece have been building and maintaining momentum ever since being named the BBC sound of 2016 and proved all the critics…

THE STRANGLERS – ENGINE SHED, LINCOLN

The Engine Shed in Lincoln on the 7th of March 2017 was the setting for the first live performance in a string of many, making up the Classic Collection tour for legendary Guildford four piece The Stranglers. The iconic post punk outfit took to the stage and absolutely blew the crowd away for a solid…

AN INTERVIEW WITH…LACEY

Lacey are a group of guys with a passion for music. Coming from various bands within the Midlands, they’re kind of like a local super-group. I recently spoke with their drummer, David Pearson. Here’s what he had to say: How did the band come about? The short answer is that we were all left band-less…

AN INTERVIEW WITH…MR.SCRUFF

Mr.Scruff (aka. Andy Carthy) is an absolute master of the decks with almost 20 years experience under his belt. The best thing is, he isn’t planning on hanging up his headphones anytime soon. Stuart of Mojo20 recently spoke to the legend himself ahead of his anticipated return to Lincoln Engine Shed on Friday May 17th….

Haim / The Bodega – 16th November 2012

Friday the 16th of November 2012, saw Mojo20 return to the Bodega Social Club in Nottingham to witness another live performance, by another new, up and coming act that since the release of their debut EP ‘Forever’, we’ve followed and adored. With expectations high, we joined the rest of the crowd and pushed to the front to…

Kyla La Grange / The Bodega – 6th October 2012

It’s been one hell of a busy time at Mojo20 headquarters recently, which explains exactly why it’s taken so long to sit down and write this review, on the Kyla La Grange gig from early October. Despite the amount of time between now and then, it’s still a gig well worth talking about, mainly for the fact…