Have the legendary Blue Oyster Cult lost their agent of fortune? Contributor Dylan James went to Manchester Academy to discover more
Billie Eilish, sombre superstar in the making, takes Manchester Academy on frenzied journey, cementing her status as the future of pop, writes Pascale Chalmers-Arnold.
Scottish synth-pop trio CHVRCHES captivated the crowd with catchy hooks and impressive light design at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse.
Glass Caves have been indie’s underdogs for nearly a decade, do they finally have what it takes to conquer the scene? asks Editor Olivia White.
Contributor Cameron Taylor reviews Wild Nothing’s slightly underwhelming performance at Manchester’s YES Pink Room.
Contributor Daniella Veneziale reviews unique quartet Dilly Dally as they returned to Manchester’s Night People, the new flag bearers of femininity in music
Mike Skinner incites a wild reaction from the crowd at The Streets’ highly anticipated return to Manchester Apollo, writes contributor Alice Berkeley
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
A night tarnished by incessant chatter and even a brawl, HOMESHAKE’s performance brought little satisfaction, writes Jasmine Bennett.
Despite bringing the funk to Manchester Academy, Jungle’s bold stage presence was not enough to save them from an inconsistent setlist
English folk-singer, Beans on Toast presented a very heart-warming evening at Manchester’s Gorilla writes contributor Alex Wain.
As indie rockers The Amazons return to Manchester, Bella Fleming tells you all you need to know about their sold-out gig at Jimmy’s
Are Live/Wire, the ACDC Show a Dirty Deed Done Dirt Cheap or a Shoot to Thrill? asks editor Olivia White
The Howl and the Hum return to Manchester once more to grace a sold-out Soup Kitchen with an intoxicating performance
The cardinal sin in live music is being boring: DMA’s are guilty as charged, writes Jasmine Bennett
Eight-piece ensemble St. Paul and The Broken Bones brings soulful tunes, big band musicianship and a timeless feel to Manchester’s Albert Hall