Lana Del Rey Live: An auteur at the top of her game
Lana Del Rey closes BST Hyde Park with a set for the ages, traversing her great American songbook of sad-girl pop with support from Father John Misty and The Last Dinner Party
The 1975 Live: A tour-de-force in showmanship and musicality
The 1975 play the biggest gig of their career, proving they are more than stadium ready with an expertly crafted live set, equal parts theatrical and sincere, that leaves fans wanting more.
Neighbourhood Weekender: Pulp, Self Esteem and CMAT triumph!
Neighbourhood Weekender is back in Warrington’s Victoria Park, hosting a legendary set from recently reunited Pulp, and standout sets from CMAT, Picture Parlour, Self Esteem and Sugababes
“Music doesn’t often go for joy, and there’s nothing more elating than humour” – In Conversation with Yard Act
Yard Act frontman James Smith talks fatherhood, the difficult second album, hip-hop and the surprising similarities between music and stand-up comedy
Live review: Black Country, New Road @ New Century Hall, Manchester
Black Country, New Road returned to Manchester for their biggest headliner in the city to date, showcasing songs from their Live at Bush Hall album.
Live review: Arlo Parks and The Big Moon entertain at BBC Radio 6 Music Festival
After relocating to Manchester, BBC Radio 6 Music Festival closes on a high, with performances from Arlo Parks and The Big Moon
The Waeve: In conversation with Graham Coxon and Rose Elinor Dougall
Blur guitarist extraordinaire Graham Coxon and singer-songwriter Rose Elinor Dougall sit down to discuss their new exciting project The Waeve
All you need to know about Neighbourhood Weekender 2023
Neighbourhood Weekender returns to Warrington with a stellar line-up including Pulp, Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott, The Kooks, and more!
Review: Daniel Howell – We’re All Doomed
YouTube star Daniel Howell brings his latest tour to the Bridgewater Hakl, exploring themes of mental health, sexuality, and the climate crisis, with a musical number for a good measure