The raw passion that fuels Rodrigo y Gabriela’s live performances is diluted by lengthy and elaborate instrumental excursions.
The fact that this is the last date of a lengthy tour does nothing to dampen the energy and enthusiasm displayed.
“No Phil Lynott, no Thin Lizzy.” The classic rockers visit Manchester to prove everybody wrong, and bring the storming Clutch with them.
As gig experiences go, this one weaved in and out of sublime and mundane.
Frontman and founder of I Am The Avalanche, Vinnie Caruana, answers some questions shortly before their show at Moho Live earlier this month.
Mutual appreciation between band and audience make for a memorable night in Academy 3.
Not an astounding effort from the pop punk quartet but impressive enough.
Skrillex may have been dubbed the most hated man in dubstep, but there are nearly 2000 people in Manchester alone who’d disagree following this performance.
Phoebe Clarke chats to the big man himself about his new album and outside-of-music business ventures.
Dan Jones takes a look at the album that shot soul icon Otis Redding to the top of the charts in 1965.
As lovely as gigs in churches can be, Lisa Hannigan’s set needs less restriction and more sweatiness.
Thurston Moore’s new album, Demolished Thoughts, has been lost somewhat in the live translation.