May 2021 saw the return of live theatre and music events, albeit with a reduced capacity, social distancing, and masks. Finally, in July, venues could operate at full capacity. I’ve seen over 30 shows this year, which isn’t so bad given the fact that my first one was in mid-June! It’s remarkable that after such […]
Sarah Taylor reviews Miles Kane newest album, Change The Show.
Sarah Taylor and Dan Knight caught up with Miles Kane to talk about his new album Change The Show, upcoming tour and that collaboration with Lana Del Rey!
Maddie Drake recollects Cavetowns headline slot at Manchester Academy 1, with support from sara Keys despite the unfortunate pulling out of famed support Oso Oso.
The Mancunion’s music contributors round up the year’s most underrated albums.
On the cusp of releasing their fifth studio album, Fix The World, Not Yourself, Dan Haggis of indie-rock main-stayers The Wombats discusses the meaning of the record, how the band have evolved in the 20 years since their formation, and why the band keep dying in their music videos. Your new record Fix Yourself, Not […]
Jamie xx delivers a fantastic evening of techno dance at The Warehouse Project
The Night and Day cafe is a Northern Quarter landmark hosting names such at Arctic Monkeys and Blossoms
Kelly Lee Owens offers an evening of renewal at Manchester’s O2 Ritz
For promoter Deco Records’ last gig of the year, Blue Orchids play Night and Day Café with support from DEAFDEAFDEAF and YUKA TREE.
With their fourth studio album due out early next month, Alt-J discuss The Dream LP and creating safe spaces at concerts.
Libertines super fan Dan Knight covers all things Pete Doherty and the bands recent headline show at Manchester Academy 1.
The Mancunion take a deep dive into why Night and Day Café matters to us. Why you should care about the recent strike action and how you can help. Long Live Night and Day!
Brexit, Covid, Adele? Article discussing the current problems with vinyl production and why new releases are being pushed back
Belarussian post-punk trio Molchat Doma put their Manchester crowd in a 2-hour trance at a sold-out show at Gorilla
FuseFM put on yet another brilliant charity gig in partnership with Gigs and Bands Society supporting period poverty charity Once A Month!