Hometown favourites Fuzzy Sun played Manchester’s Academy 3 to a raptuous crowd, despite absences and a disappointing support act
Contributor Ewan Soehren headed down to Manchester Academy 3 to review Peter Bjorn and John, but was there performance surprisingly underwhelming?
Connor Schofield’s sunny indie pop deserved to make the transition from his bedroom to the stage
The New York titans of nineties emo delivered a poignant penultimate show
All in all, an effort to be proud of from this up-and-coming London based metalcore band.
Mutual appreciation between band and audience make for a memorable night in Academy 3.
West Palm Beach-based indie rockers Surfer Blood brought with them a little bit of Florida sunshine to Academy 3 on Wednesday night, as they powered through a set that lasted just shy of an hour, but for what it lacked in quantity it more than made up for it in quality.
Contributor Luke McGavin reviews Loski’s Manchester Academy 2 show who delivered an underwhelming performance
10 years is a long time to harbour high expectations, and unfortunately this time they weren’t met
The Plan return to the UK following their first LP release since 2001
The Nebraskan post-hardcore outfit are back – and louder, sharper and angrier than ever before
Reactions to tonight’s performance illustrate just how much TDWP will be more than welcomed back to English shores.
They may have supported rock and roll legends AC/DC in the past but how are this Irish quartet faring in the present?
The intimate atmosphere in Academy 3 was the perfect setting for the first appearance of intriguing new sound and beat makers, The Naked and Famous. This New Zealand-originated rock band have fused the ferocious talents of Alisa Xayalith and Thom Powers to create a five-piece band with a style similar to that of MGMT, yet they differentiate with vocals to rival that of Paramore’s Hayley Williams.