Sam Flynn remembers classic hip hop album, The Low End Theory, and why it was once termed “the Sgt. Pepper of hip hop”.
The regally named King Charles conquers the hearts of girls across the nation.
An accomplished and interesting live show, Anna Calvi is an act that could restore your faith in British music.
Frantic keyboard heavy rockers Turbowolf smashed it up with Hawk Eyes, but not before chatting to Tom Geddes
Music Editor Tom Geddes takes a look at whether anybody comes away from Justin Bieber’s baby scandal without looking terrible.
The Dum Dum Girls manage to achieve the rare feat of recalling Joy Division in a manner that isn’t jarringly obvious.
A modest but devoted crowd greet Brooklyn band The Antlers.
Now Wave presents…Spectrals, Girls and Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks.
Pointy-nose, furry creatures return with their very own recycled rubbish.
If RHCP can no longer put on a show like this one, that’ll be when to call it a day. Until then though, it’d be criminal for them to stop.
Candlelight Records showcase their roster in Manchester, but does it work. Also, Tom Geddes talks to Orange Goblin.
Big release for stunning live band Turbowolf, but can their debut album live upto expectations?
Poetry and drum cymbals set alight? This isn’t your usual gig. This is a King Blues gig.
You can’t doubt Rise Against’s passion and stamina but as far as live experiences go, this one was a little disappointing.
A feeling of missed opportunity for the lack of a smashing set that the regulars at WHP have come to expect.
Strikingly-named Bass Drum of Death play in one of the more unlikely Manchester venues.