Carnival Club bring back a pure 70s rock and roll style and combine it with a fresh, modern indie tone to create a powerful, stadium-worthy sound. On Saturday, the Manchester-based band headlined The Star and Garter
Desperate Journalist are a band I came across by word of mouth, usually I find bands online or I come across artists at gigs, sometimes supporting musicians I’m already wanting to see. But Desperate Journalist were talked about, I knew people liked their music, so I went to The Deaf Institute this weekend to find out what they were like myself.
When I arrived, the room was already full and there was an undeniable excitement present
Electro-pop quartet, Wooze are quite unlike any band I’ve written about, their music doesn’t fit quite into any genre category, it’s weird, but great.
The band are strange (in a good way), they stand out and that’s one of the first things you notice when listening to them
Indie-pop quartet, Dantevilles performed an exciting hometown set on Friday at Night People, the room was singing, the audience were dancing for the entire gig and everyone was just having fun
On Wednesday, Night People experienced a storm of energy from rock infused trio, Calva Louise, who brought their fierce sound to the venue as part of their ongoing UK tour.