Solange – A Seat At the Table

Solange’s 3rd LP vehemently presents the frustrations of being a black woman, artist and human in modern America, presented through some of the most forward thinking R’n’B we’ve heard in years. Its spoken interludes featuring the Knowles sisters’ parents – you may recognise the surname from Beyoncé – give the record a powerful message and [...]

By | December 15th, 2016|reviews|0 Comments

Tom Baxendale at Spinning Discs Sheffield

For our second Christmas 'Front Room' gig this Saturday 10th December we have the delights of Tom Baxendale to entertain.  The gig starts around 5pm and it's going to be intimate. Come and have yourself a fantastic start to the Christmas season at ours (and it's all for free!)

By | December 7th, 2016|blog|0 Comments

New in – 9th December – Spinning Discs Sheffield

It's been a while... What with the preparations for the forthcoming season and our first 'Front Room' gig (and if you weren't there then you missed a real treat from Big Top Heartbreak) we've been busy.  Sorry! Anyway - Solange.  She's like Beyonce, Adele, Cher, Dusty and loads of other single name artists that are [...]

By | December 7th, 2016|blog|0 Comments

Julia Jacklin – Don’t Let The Kids Win

Hot tip of the year comes in the form of Aussie singer/songwriter Julia Jacklin’s debut LP, “Don’t Let the Kids Win”, a fine collection of country/indie/folk love songs for any generation. With a wisdom far beyond her years, and a youthful inventiveness that permeates through every element of the songwriting, this Lana Del Rey inspired [...]

By | December 1st, 2016|reviews|0 Comments

Betty Harris – The Lost Queen of New Orleans Soul

This stellar compilation of bread and butter soul takes Betty Harris’ finest A and B-sides from 1965 through 1968, including her famed cover of Solomon Burke’s “Cry to Me”. Most of the tracks were released on the Sansu label, which being solely distributed in New Orleans, makes many of these gems rare as can be! [...]

By | December 1st, 2016|reviews|0 Comments