Venues like the Apollo are where Feist now belongs, as much as she might want us to think otherwise.
Monthly Archives: March 2012
An enjoyable night spent drinking beer dancing in a dark room. The band were alright as well…
This is no April Fool. Spring Offensive play Manchester this coming Sunday, April 1st.
R&B outfit The Milk embody the genre in the more traditional sense than in a Chris Brown kind of way.
Hold Steady frontman, Craig Finn, talks to Paul Frame before his show supporting Felice Brothers.
The Chancellor was right to cut the top rate of tax in last weeks’ controversial Budget, Charlie Sherriff argues
The Manchester University Music Society is one of the largest and most active music societies in the country.
Band and audience become akin to boys and girls at a school disco, awkwardly evading interaction.
The glory days just keep on rollin’ for The Boss.
This, School of Seven Bells’ 3rd album, finds them on more streamlined form than ever.
Ruth Dacey meets renowned poet Lemn Sissay this week and discusses his new work Let There Be Peace Lemn Sissay (MBE) award-winning British author and…
A round up of pieces to lead you into the New Year