Theo Bennett reviews Sounds of the Near Future at The Warehouse Project, as their time at Store Street comes to a close
Eight-piece ensemble St. Paul and The Broken Bones brings soulful tunes, big band musicianship and a timeless feel to Manchester’s Albert Hall
Australian surf rock trio Skegss bring a bit of Australian sun and laid back attitude to a gloomy Manchester day
Contributor Jack Greeney reviews The Hallé and The James Pearson Trio’s combined performances of true jazz classics
As we come ever closer to the close of Store Street, contributor Alex Coupe reviews Kurupt FM’s first, and very possibly last, visit to the legendary Warehouse Project
Owen Trimming reviews the London duo’s latest Mancunian show
A sharp and spell binding performance from start to finish with Sheffield’s own Bring Me The Horizon, writes Georgina Davidson.
The French performer Christine and the Queens wows audience with a stunning show at the the Manchester Apollo, writes Alice Berkeley
Contributor Alex Coupe reviews Sulta Selects as we step closer to the end of an era at Warehouse Project’s Store Street
Mabel and Ruel marked their introduction to the world of pop with both confidence and poise, in the words of Kavindra Huggins
Editor Olivia White catches one of the industry’s most exciting upcoming punk-rock inspired band’s Fontaines D.C. with support from Hotel Lux
Singer, songwriter and producer SG Lewis hits the stage at Club Academy. Writer Byron Gamble reports.
A punchy return to form for You Me At Six as they take the stage for a sold out show in celebration of ‘Take Of Your Colours’ 10th anniversary.
Olivia White heads down to The Eagle Inn to see the return of one of the rock industry’s most exciting upcoming bands, Broken Hands
Groove Armada performed a captivating electronic dance set which had the whole of The Warehouse Project moving like I’ve never seen before.
Manchester-based band King No-One dazzled crowds at the O2 Ritz, with a combination of old classics and new tracks from their upcoming EP, writes Lily Martin
Contributor Owen Trimming reviews the highly-anticipated Slaves, who put on a meteoric performance at Manchester Academy