History was made on Sunday 2nd May as 5,000 concertgoers gathered under the Big Top at Liverpool’s glorious Sefton Park. They were there to experience the UK’s first concert with no face masks and no social distancing in thirteen months. It is the third of three Pilot events held in Liverpool between April 30th and […]
After reviewing her live in concert, Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Melanie Martinez’ theatrical livestream, Can’t Wait Till I’m Out of K-12
The Detroit Cobras brought their unique garage rock infused 60s R&B to Gorilla, as part of their first UK tour in over 15 years, Sam Allonby reviews
Julia Jacklin proved that she is more than the heartbreak of her last album, bringing laughter, sadness and fun facts about cities across the UK” writes Bella Fleming.
Brass ensemble Old Dirty Brasstards cover Arctic Monkeys’ iconic debut album Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not, and do it pretty well.
“Think Jorja Smith vocals meeting Goat Girl bass lines meeting Idles’ punk energy”, writes Bella Fleming.
Contributor Owen Trimming reviews the highly-anticipated Slaves, who put on a meteoric performance at Manchester Academy
Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi captivates the crowd at his largest-ever headline show at Albert Hall in Manchester
The supergroup make their mark as reputable – if a little weird – givers of melodic, dream-like tunes, reports Rona McCann.
The North will rise again is an online festival set to take place across two iconic northern venues; will the line up fly up to successes in this challenging time?
Saoirse Akhtar-Farren looks back on Yang Sweeps’ eccentric performances and tells us what we can expect from them when they return to Art in Mancunia 2020…
Taking place below the streets of the city, the event was a timely comment on society in Britain today, perfectly encapsulating the dissatisfied, determined and defiant outlook of today’s youth
Theatre Editor Anuli Changa talks to Adam Szabo, Managing Director of Manchester Collective, creating “radical human experiences through live music”
Aaron Georgious reviews the legendary hip hop group Slum Village as they take to the stage of a sold-out Gorilla for a night of old school bangers.
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
Kurt Vile plays as a shaggy-haired guitar virtuoso, preaching his beautiful music to a sea of dedicated fans, writes Bella Fleming
London-based girl band Dream Wife transform a sold-out Gorilla into a convent of followers worshipping at the altar of riot grrrl punk and euphoric guitar riffs