A punky reggae party is just what the doctor ordered in 2017, with The Wailers bringing classic Jamaican fun to rainy Manchester in an entertaining night at The Academy, writes Alex Corns
Morris Seifert examines whether a roller disco in academy one works
Hawkwind perform truly bonkers psychedelia with a punk edge
The Oxford quintet are set to bring Holy Fire to Manchester
The veteran 90s rockers return to Manchester in support of latest release ‘Generation Freakshow’
Manchester Academy 1
3rd October 2012
The Cribs can be anthemic without needing to have the audience jumping and screaming as one.
Rizzle Kicks’ live show can be fairly described as harmless fun.
On the back of their thus-far strongest album, Enter Shikari confidently deliver a show providing fans with all that they would expect – plus more
The University of Manchester Students’ Union is to use the former-RBS building next to Academy 1 as an environmentally friendly charity shop
Miles Kane storms Academy 1.
The stateside sensations do things the old-fashioned way at the Academy
Alabama’s finest exports shook the Academy to its foundations at their biggest Manchester show to date
Steel Panther’s Balls Out tour was possibly the best gig I’ve ever been to – and I’ve seen Meatloaf live.
It’s impossible not to raise questions about how ‘live’ a performance from 2 men with computers and decks really is.