Labelled as alternative indie, The Hubbards took Manchester’s legendary venue Band On The Wall by storm on Friday night. The four-piece from Hull left fans immensely pleased and newcomers delightfully surprised however most importantly, by the end of the set, everyone was craving more.I rarely get excited for gigs anymore because I go to so many, but the... Continue Reading →
Saytr Play always find a way to surprise me, whether it be with their energetically chaotic live shows or their ever-changing recorded sound and their latest single Future isn’t any different. This is the third single released by the band in the past six months and from the very first note shows a different side... Continue Reading →
A Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes gig is probably as lively as it gets, I don’t go to many gigs where the frontman spends more time in the audience that they do on stage. The crowd were singing along to every word, moving along with the energy-fuelled beats and the smell of sweat and beer-filled... Continue Reading →
I hadn’t seen The Deaf Institute so full in a long time, but the crowd poured in last Friday to see Kashmere headline the landmark Manchester venue. Kashmere are today's answer to 80’s synth-pop, combining glittering synth lines, electrifying hooks and punchy beats. The crowd at The Deaf Institute were waiting eagerly for Kashmere. The... Continue Reading →
Who doesn’t love a good night out? I do. But I'm not a fan of a packed-out club where they’re playing the 10th Oasis tune of the night and This Charming Man makes at least one appearance.
Sometimes I'm at a gig in Manchester and afterwards, I just don’t want to go home, I want to go out, dance and listen to good music- its harder to find than you think.