Luke McGavin reviews TNGHT’s lastest EP ‘II’, highlighting it’s important place in the genre and demonstrating why it hasn’t lived up to the high expectations that foreshadowed it
Sam Dynes reviews the newest album from experimental iconoclast Yves Tumor, an album mixing funk, soul, R&B and noise together with expert precision
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Kisstory presents The Blast Off! Tour at Manchester Arena, which featured the likes of Nelly and Shaggy
Gentlemen’s Dub Club played an outstanding show at Manchester Academy 2, writes Luisa Bax
OHHMS played a spectacular return gig at Satan’s Hollow
Jemma Harris discusses how the music industry can help make touring more sustainable
Charles Pierson takes a look at Liverpool’s Sound Summit Festival which caters to those wanting to break into the mainstream
Cage the Elephant unleashed their noughties rock on the O2 Victoria Warehouse, with writer Reece Ritchie detailing their sound and that of supports SWMRS and Post Animal
Cameron Taylor reviews Jon Hopkins’ unusual performance at Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall which took place shortly before lockdown
Jasmine Bennett provides a playlist of the best songs to fall into during lockdown based on Nick Cave’s “hiding songs” concept
From insurance policies to local venues the Coronavirus is affecting all areas of the music industry as detailed by contributers Reece Ritchie and Blake Crompton.
Can singer-songwriter boy wonder Jake Bugg regain some momentum in his career?
Our contributors outline the must-see festivals of the summer
Contributor Reece Ritchie holds little back when offering his thoughts on Real Estate’s latest offering
Deputy music editor, Georgina Davidson reviews The 1975 at Manchester Arena
Luke Keohane says up-and-coming, Manchester-based band, Champagne On The Rocks, are much more than another derivative acoustic guitar band