Despite an uncertain start, Mitski pulls another powerful performance out of the bag
WWE star Chris Jericho brought his accomplished heavy metal act to the Ruby Lounge
The psych-rockers’ ‘pop-up gig’ suffers from over-familiarity
Wells’ smooth use of loop pads and pedals and her ability on a multitude of instruments was impressive
The Mancunion caught up with Little Green Cars as they soak up their strong Mancunian fan base.
A tepid perfomance from the Tennessee songstress was matched by an unenthusiastic crowd
Folk up-and-comers The Staves spoke to The Mancunion about their debut record, gender politics and world domination
The energy of the four young males certainly overwhelmed the intimate venue.
The world’s only Elvis-fronted tribute to Nirvana is a glorious mongrel that works better than it should, writes Oscar Talbot
Lonely The Brave gave their fans an intimate, personal show at The Ruby Lounge
Trail of Dead live up to their fearsome reputation with a manic live show
Tommy Wright, lead vocalist of the band, spoke afterwards about the theme of ‘celebration’ that has gone into the writing of his band’s songs, but an element of that was definitely missing.
The former Razorlight frontman continues his steady decline into obscurity.
American chart sensations Imagine Dragons made their debut Manchester appearance at the Ruby Lounge
Fancy a good night out in Manchester? Then Tom Glasser can help, via an extended river metaphor
This down to earth starlet performs effortlessly yet impeccably.