Bella Fleming chats to bedroom pop artist Pizzagirl about the process of making an album entirely on his own and the origins of the name Pizzagirl
Following the release of new album ‘Krystal’, Matt Maltese is returning to the stage with a headline UK tour in November – Elena Bradley previews what to expect from the witty chanteuse
The Mancunion reviews Kara Marni’s debut headline tour
Jack Blackwell writes how London six piece Black Country, New Road brought an evening of organised musical chaos and dancing to the basement at YES
Tuba player Theon Cross delivered an outstanding night of energetic jazz funk at Manchester’s YES
Psychedelic Porn Crumpets performed a fiercely energetic gig to a packed-out crowd of psych rock fans in The Pink Room at Yes writes contributor Alex Wain
Cameron Taylor interviews Empress Of ahead of their Manchester gig talking most recent album US, New York and songwriting influences
Contributor Cameron Taylor reviews Wild Nothing’s slightly underwhelming performance at Manchester’s YES Pink Room.
Puma Blue returns to Manchester to deliver a spell-binding performance in anticipation of his upcoming EP release, ‘Blood Loss’ writes Calvin Vantsis.
Brighton punk band Squid brought exceptional live music and energy to YES (Pink Room) but were still unable to excite the reserved crowd
All female Indie Rock band Chastity Belt come to YES on their latest album tour, as the Pink Room was treated to an emotive performance that showcased their development as a band, Owen Trimming gives the review
Beloved indie-pop band The Magic Gang performed a warm up show before Neighbourhood Festival in the intimate setting of the Pink Room at YES
Cameron Taylor caught DZ Deathrays at Manchester’s YES, for a lively but ultimately disappointing show
Stella Donnelly shows us exactly why the future of guitar music is female after a night of laughter and tears in Yes’ Pink Room writes contributor Jack Melvin
Julia Jacklin proved that she is more than the heartbreak of her last album, bringing laughter, sadness and fun facts about cities across the UK” writes Bella Fleming.
Anuli Changa attends the Open Forum at YES as part of Contact’s Queer Contact Festival Weekender and reflects on discussions about the future of Contact Theatre once refurbished
South London Singer-Songwriter Jamie Isaac returns to Manchester to showcase new album, (04:30) Idler