Contributor Owen Trimming reviews the highly-anticipated Slaves, who put on a meteoric performance at Manchester Academy
On a dreary November evening, the folky sounds of Jake Bugg warm the soul in the picturesque King George’s Hall writes Louise Avey
Daisy Lester reviews Tyneside singer Sam Fender’s live performance at Soup Kitchen in NQ
The supergroup make their mark as reputable – if a little weird – givers of melodic, dream-like tunes, reports Rona McCann.
Contributor Lucy Clutton-Brock gives us a rundown of The Coral’s energetic sold-out Albert Hall gig
The young Australian rockers are good, but their crowds are better
Jasmine Bennett takes a trip to see singer-songwriter Tom Odell fill the Manchester O2 Apollo with piano-led ballads.
Mitski brings an uncompromising energy to Manchester’s Gorilla, writes contributor Theo Bennett
Yes, he can bring it in the recording studio, but can he perform live? Imogen Doyle reviews Jessarae at the Deaf Institute
South London Singer-Songwriter Jamie Isaac returns to Manchester to showcase new album, (04:30) Idler
Jasmine Bennett reviews the infectiously energetic and electric performance of Sports Team at Academy 3
Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi captivates the crowd at his largest-ever headline show at Albert Hall in Manchester
Frenetic, infectiously vibrant and full to the brim with energy: Bad Sounds take the stage at Manchester’s Gorilla for a sold-out gig
Evocative, melancholic, and stylistically strong, Beach House put on a hypnotic show, pleasing a packed out crowd at Albert Hall reviews Pascale Chalmers-Arnold.
Franc Moody unleash the funk at Manchester’s Deaf Institute, with an impressive repertoire of skill and musical variety, writes Ashwin Tharoor
Contributor Alex Coupe catches up with rising star Col3trane before his vibrant gig at Manchester’s Night People
Tom Misch clapped, shouted and stomped his way to success says, Imogen Doyle