After just a few years of growing fame, Blossoms fill Victoria Warehouse with a Manchester crowd, eager to welcome them home writes Winona Newman
Frenetic, infectiously vibrant and full to the brim with energy: Bad Sounds take the stage at Manchester’s Gorilla for a sold-out gig
Georgina Davidson enjoys a wonderfully warm, packed out night at WAM Festival for The Orielles, with sensational sights and sounds to be had for many.
Contributor Georgina Davidson reports from Tramlines 2018, giving us the lowdown on music offerings and the reasoning behind the event’s message to “Be More Nulty”
Fancy a good night out in Manchester? Olly Mitchell is here to help
For thinking outside the freshers pack.
Too old for a typical student night-out? Stevie Spiegl is here to help
Now in its fifth year, Manchester institution that is the Warehouse Project hardly needs an introduction. But so wide is its appeal, and so significant its place on the UK music calendar, that discussion of the year’s hottest music event is unavoidable. What better way to celebrate the birthday of something revered by so many […]
It’s been a hectic tour for this indie rock band as contributor Georgina Davidson discovers in conversation with Californian quartet, RUSSO
Black Honey take to the stage at Manchester’s Academy 2 to deliver a disappointing set that didn’t quite live up to expectations
Contributor Georgina catches up with Ewan Merrett of Bad Sounds discussing their hip-hop sampling roots, album excitement and their successful summer of great music
A methodological approach to disappointment
As one of the world’s great music cities, Manchester is packed with great venues. Here’s some of our favourites…