Detroit may have Motown, L.A. may have Dr. Dre, New Orleans may have Fats Domino, but we’ve got Shaun Ryder.
If it’s a European-style dance festival with a Scouse accent you’re after, there’s only one choice this summer.
I’m very sorry but the title of this year’s ‘Most Anticipated Resurrection’ must go to the revival of Warehouse Project.
An album that ultimately helped to change the course of rock music forever.
His style is unique and requires a huge amount of coordination in order to mix and sing at the same time.
The raw passion that fuels Rodrigo y Gabriela’s live performances is diluted by lengthy and elaborate instrumental excursions.
Dan Jones takes a look at the album that shot soul icon Otis Redding to the top of the charts in 1965.
A quick list of five songs that you should know if you’re living in this city.
Its creation gave the house movement a home in Manchester, and its legacy remains to this day.
Dan Jones provides us with his 4 favourite songs in the much overlooked genre of funk.
As a movement, Northern Soul effectively flicked a middle finger towards the charts.
Winner of the Resident Advisor 2011 Live Act Poll, Nico Jaar, sells out a dangerously packed Sound Control.
A record that ultimately changed the face of rap as we knew it.