For promoter Deco Records’ last gig of the year, Blue Orchids play Night and Day Café with support from DEAFDEAFDEAF and YUKA TREE.
The alternative-indie rock band King No-One took Manchester by storm for their final show of the tour.
It’s rare to witness a band of only two albums grow to this size and majesty, and the result is a crowd who will roar at every opening drum pattern and bass riff.
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Heathers – which is based on the cult film of the same name – at the Palace Theatre
Throughout, this EP sets the terms. The music pulls you this way and that at will, dragging you from chorus to verse and back again before you’ve had time to realise which way is up
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…
Robbie Beale and Freddie Paley, review the ‘transcendental journey’ that Palace took their audience on during the Manchester leg of their Life After tour
Despite missing first place overall by Blackpool, Manchester has been recognised as a music capital for three music genres
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
Emily Johnston reviews a riveting and riotous night at Manchester’s O2 Ritz, courtesy of post-punkers shame.
On every occasion, Connor feels like your best friend, just in need of a shoulder to cry on and a sympathetic pair of ears. The audience is always more than willing to provide.
We interview indie-pop misfits BLOXX about their upcoming tour, latest EP ‘Pop Culture Radio’, and the importance of speaking up.
Contributor Jess Foster reviews rock band The Mysterines sold out gig at Deaf Institute
Georgina Davidson reviews Queen and Ben Elton’s We Will Rock You at the Palace Theatre
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
Dylan James and Sam Dynes enjoy themselves as noise-rock implodes around them
Wilco’s new album Ode To Joy shows the band recapture their classic music style and lyrical anxiety through their muse of America’s current political climate