Georgina Davidson heads down to Hulme to visit Venture Arts, an art organisation working with learning disabled artists
Cassia deliver a technically stunning performance at the spectacular Manchester Cathedral, making use of clever lighting to match their breezily indie sound, writes Georgina Davidson
Georgina Davidson reviews AURORAs striking gig in the beautiful setting of Manchester’s Albert Hall
We chat to two student volunteers at the Students’ Union’s student run zero-waste shop ‘Want Not Waste’
Filth dazzled in the charity event at Jimmy’s, to the delight of Bella Fleming and Georgina Davidson
Contributor Georgina Davidson previews this year’s explosive Slam Dunk North line-up as Boston Manor and Neck Deep share the bill with pop-punk headliner’s All Time Low
MARINA returns after four years for the first of a two part album. Contributor Georgina explores the gentle, lyrical elegance of her latest release ‘Love’.
Drenge play an underwhelming set as Valeras perform admirably
YONAKA take to the stage to perform a raucous sold-out set at Manchester’s Deaf Institute with stellar supports, Cassyette and Valeras
Georgina reviews a stunningly soulful and energertic set from Sampha The Great at YES
Georgina Davidson reviews Australia’s the Psychedelic Porn Crumpets at their sold-out Manchester show
Olivier Assayas’ Paris-set comedy is a charming look at the world of professional writing, but struggles to fully escape cliché, writes Georgina Davidson
Georgina Davidson reviews Joker; which promises a dark twist down into a bleakly lit Gotham city, but does Philip’s film reveal a somewhat troubling social commentary?
Georgina Davidson explains why the red-hot Dakota Avenue are ones to watch
Olivia White and Georgina Davidson headed down to newly opened Fairfield Social Club on the nights of their launching as they showcase some of the industry’s most exciting new acts
A musically brilliant performance from PUP on their ‘Morbid Stuff’ tour but a somewhat odd atmosphere at Leed’s Brudenell Social Club which may have impeded on the whole evening writes Georgina Davidson.
A neon spectacle could be found at The Deaf Havana Albert Hall gig but did it live up to expectations in sound and sonic intensity?