Willie J Healey was jokingly once cited in an interview as the next Paul McCartney – His new album Twin Heavy without a doubt, has put him on the way to making that waggish claim a reality
In light of Record Store Day, Alex Cresswell looks to the future and asks whether the next trend will be in the form of compact disks and all things shiny
Jon S. Baird’s Stan and Ollie (2018) is a sweet reminder of the humanity behind humour, and the pleasure of those who make us laugh, and love.
With doses of Cold War nostaliga, modern day Russia is wrongly used as a ‘neccasary enemy’ for politicians
Annie Lennox’s latest offering is mainly worse, less gripping retellings of great songs
When a band like The Courteeners is able to sell out the MEN Arena, there must be a clear dearth of anything remotely listenable coming out of the city.
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Kisstory presents The Blast Off! Tour at Manchester Arena, which featured the likes of Nelly and Shaggy
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Rip it Up the 70s, starring Melody Thornton, Louis Smith CBE, Rachel Stevens, and Giovanni Spano
Liv Clarke identifies why Petra Collins’ hazy dreamscape photography has become so pertinent in our own female realities