Mayor Dan Jarvis has partnered with UK Music to establish a Music Board which will nurture talent and safeguard the city's venues.
Stealing Sheep and The Tuts lead the lineup at the first leg of HERFEST, which takes place this Saturday (October 20) in Leeds.
Classical Sheffield has announced details of the third edition of its Classical Weekend festival, which takes place next year from 8 to 10 March.
This week we leave our playlist to the eclectic tastemaking talents of Jo Wingate and Nigel Humberstone, the organisers behind Sheffield’s Sensoria Festival.
We chat to Sheffield’s homegrown pop princess TYNI, who crafts sugary-sweet, kaleidoscopic, future-pop with some of the best in the industry.
TYNI's glittering, intoxicating future-pop and unique shiny style make her a sensational antidote to tired music tropes and bland pop personas.
'I'm not so ruled by technology': Cabaret Voltaire's Richard H Kirk on 40 years at the electronic coalface and why raw ideas always trump new advances in studio tech...
‘I’ve never had any ambition to be Rick Wakeman and own a 1,000 keyboards’ - Heaven 17 and BEF’s Martyn Ware on 35 years as an electronic soul rebel…
Afro-beat skronk merchants Blood Sport have made a name for themselves on the edges of Sheffield’s avant scene, blending serrated sonic edges with tightly wound rhythms. We meet a group dancing on the outskirts…
Calling all new bands and artists - applications to play at the Tramlines Festival in Sheffield are now open.