What’s better than a band with three guitars? Of course, the answer is four guitars! The excess doesn’t just stop there as the band have two drummers as well. Thumper have gone for it straight, creating a fearsome wall of noise – I’ve no doubt they’re preparing themselves for the leap from pubs and clubs, […]Read More Thumper preview – 27.2.20 at Night People
On Friday 29th September, we had the opportunity to catch local upstarts No Hot Ashes play one their biggest gigs to date at the o2 Ritz in Manchester. The band has been on tour since August in support of their debut album, Hardship Starship. Upon arriving at the Ritz it was apparent that no one else […]Read More No Hot Ashes 29.9.19
Over the course of the bank holiday, it would be fair to say that getting out into a beer garden and having a few ales with friends is pretty much standard: this bank holiday was no different, some live sport (go the Wire!), and some live music to boot. Whilst out my friend and I […]Read More Paul Gilbert is turning it up to 11 this September!
Larkin Poe – Gorilla 10.03.19 Nashville based sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell, better known as Larkin Poe, are embarking on a UK and European tour starting this weekend in Manchester at Gorilla. The tour is in support of their fourth studio album Venom and Faith which has garnered huge critical and and commercial success. The […]Read More Larkin Poe at Gorilla. 10.03.19
Middle Kids: Deaf Institute – Manchester 20/11/18 Reviewer: Matthew Forrest It’s been a year of firsts for Middle Kids: Their debut album, Lost Friends, came out in the spring and now the band are on their first headline UK tour. Lost friends earned huge critical acclaim across the board, with the NME calling it “timeless […]Read More Middle Kids 20.11.18