Seán McGowan has a big sound, that’s the best way to describe it. His music could take over any venue of any size and capture any audience. Seán takes influences from pretty much every genre- from punk to pop- with precise, up-beat drums and well-timed bass carrying the music forward.
Faux Pas brought nothing but energy to their roaring set at Manchester’s The Bread Shed on Friday night. Their powerful music took over the night and their intense performance captivated the crowd
Last night at Jimmy’s was charged with electricity. It was a great evening of quality alternative rock taken from very different angles.
Later this month, Manchester Academy 2 will see a massive homecoming show for three of Manchester’s fastest growing artists- Glass Caves, Kashmere and Freeda.
Brighton based 5-piece, White Room, came to Manchester as part of their three-date UK tour, which took place over Independent Venue Week. The group have an experimental sound, they merge together dreamy-pop with captivating electronic tones to create charismatic and unique music