‘Adventures in Limbo’: Fat White Family’s Saul Adamczewski wanders into the acoustic abyss
Five years on from the ground-breaking, disturbed pop of Insecure Men’s eponymous debut, and four years on from Fat White Family’s last release, Adamczewski takes charge on another project: ‘Adventures in Limbo’. An honest, acoustic look at that same sly, gap-toothed grimace.
Album review: Billie Marten – Drop Cherries
Billie Marten releases her fourth studio album Drop Cherries, combining influences from her previous three records into a self-assured and mature selection of love songs
From ‘Back to Bedlam’ to ‘Bartender’: Has James Blunt changed his sound to appeal to the younger generation?
James Blunt, known for ‘You’re Beautiful’ and hilarious twitter interactions, played to a packed Manchester Arena on Saturday night
Live review: Jake Bugg
A simplistically beautiful reminder of the forgotten gem of Jake Bugg
Live Review: Gabrielle Aplin
Elizabeth Gibson reviews Gabrielle Aplin in a unique setting: Manchester Cathedral
Preview: Liam Fray
The Courteener’s front man comes to Manchester’s Albert Hall this November
Review: Nick Mulvey
Nick Mulvey is a soothing emotional roller coaster who is able to grip and captivate his listeners from the very get-go, says music editor Hannah Brierley