Groove Armada performed a captivating electronic dance set which had the whole of The Warehouse Project moving like I’ve never seen before.
The Japanese House return from a year’s absence with more confidence and mastery than ever before to deliver an enchanting performance at Gorilla, writes Deputy Music Editor Jake Oliver
Life drawing at Studio Bee provides a warm welcome and a positive atmosphere to all, whether you’re an experienced artist, or someone seeking a new, creative pastime.
Rising talent Maisie Peters spares a moment to talk to Alex Stagg before her supporting slot at the O2 Ritz, on Tom Walker’s UK tour
Despite the dramatic change in line up, Gang of Four manage to retain much of their classic punk ethos, writes contributor Cameron Taylor
Amidst his hectic tour schedule, Tom Walker sits down for a chat with contributor Alex Stagg before putting on an electric performance at the O2 Ritz.
Wolf Alice smash their Reading and Leeds Festival performance out of the park with a thrilling career-spanning set
Live updates on the ‘Industrial Action: Next Steps’ meeting organised by the Students’ Union
One ex-boyband member finds his own Direction in an upbeat, folksy gig that promises a bright future
Critically acclaimed producer Jon Hopkins returns to Manchester’s Albert Hall for a midweek evening of well-crafted, atmospheric techno writes Tom Allen
Working through twinkling flotation tank ambience, wonky lo-fi techno, and glistening big room dubstep Deadmau5 took to Manchester’s renowned stage of WHP playing to an electrified full-capacity audience.
Alex Wain takes a trip to the O2 Ritz to see psychedelic supergroup Superorganism, for a night of visual delights and dancing.
Brudenell Social Club is treated to a night of reflection and emotion, courtesy of Welsh talent Novo Amor, writes contributor Urussa Malik.
Anteros – the glittery silver lining to the dark clouds of the world – put on an emotionally euphoric performance at Soup Kitchen, writes contributor Winona Newman.
An evening at Soup Kitchen with LAUREL leaves an audience privileged to have witnessed a singer destined to play far bigger venues, writes Alex Corns
Sheffield’s Tramlines Festival is back for another summer of great live music and this year it’s better than ever with a huge line-up of artists over the weekend, from 20th – 22nd July
Mabel commanded energy and attention as she confidently opened for Harry Styles