Henry Lewis

Junior Content Creator

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I'm a Manchester based journalist with a passion for music and culture.

TOY interview: It feels good to be back

Henry Lewis caught up with Maxim 'Panda' Barron, TOY's bassist, to talk about 'Clear Shot', the influence of Roman Flugel and playing in a skate rink.

Five venues to visit during Independent Venue Week

Before you go out and support your local venue between Monday 23rd and Sunday 29th January, check out our top picks of the artists playing shows near you. . The latest Clubbing news - Skiddle: The UKs best What\'s On Guide

Loyle Carner interview: growing up fast

Henry Lewis caught up with the South London rapper to talk about his busy festival season, an appearance on LFC TV and his cookery class for children with ADHD. The latest Clubbing news - Skiddle: The UKs best What\'s On Guide

Lewis Del Mar interview: The sound of Rockaway Beach

Last updated: 4th Oct 2016.Originally published: 25th Aug 2016 The first thing you need to know about Lewis Del Mar is that there are two of them. Hailing from Rockaway Beach, New York, they comprise of singer/guitarist Danny Miller and drummer Max Harwood who also produced their forthcoming record.

P Money interview: 'Everyone wants to do something with you'

Henry Lewis caught up with the grime MC to talk about his latest album 'Live & Direct', a collaboration with Pizza Hut Restaurants and his memories of Fabric.. The latest Festival news - Skiddle: The UKs best What\'s On Guide

Skiddle Sound of 2017 Spotify playlist

For all its faults 2016, if nothing else, has bequeathed the music world heaps of talking points. There's been earth-shattering performances and top class records from some of the biggest names in the business, but as we look ahead to 2017 none of that really matters anymore.

Leeds Festival 2016 review

If you grew up in the north of England and you like music, then the chance are you've probably been to Leeds Festival. It's a place where formative memories are made, limits are discovered and usually immediately overstepped.

J. Cole '4 Your Eyez Only' review

Henry Lewis gives his verdict on the rapper's fourth studio effort - one that divulges deeply into death, doubt and his daughter over crisp beats and soulful melodies. . The latest Clubbing news - Skiddle: The UKs best What\'s On Guide