It’s difficult to sum up a band like Husky Loops, they merge together multiple genres within their music: sampling, electronic elements, aspects of rock, pop and hip-hop with a mixture probably every other genre you can think of. After releasing their debut album, I Can’t Even Speak English, just over a month ago, the band kicked off their tour at Jimmy’s in Manchester, flooding the room with their eclectic sound and infectious energy.
Recently, Carnival Club have been really busy spending time in the studio and making new music, but earlier this week they took a break from creating new tracks and came back to Manchester for the first night of a two-date co-headline alongside Kit Trigg, with the second date in Sheffield the following day.
One week before the release of their debut EP, All You Couldn’t See, Liverpool-based band, Polar States come to Manchester, teasing some of their new tracks at Jimmy’s, where an excited audience filled the venue
On Tuesday, Shiva May Care released their latest single in style- taking on a headline show at Jimmy’s, where they positively lifted the roof off.
The show, presented by Light My Fire Promotions, last Friday started with a bang: the raw rock of Sunday Morning Ritual, whose sound was definitely dirty and a bit imprecise but strong and loud enough, for a band whose vibe is mostly punk. With the heavy presence of the bass and the well shouted lyrics, the show was overall enjoyable and it did certainly wake up the timid crowd who just arrived to the venue. Always an interesting thing to see, the drummer and the singer/guitarist switched places for a song both doing a good job in their new roles. They left the audience wanting more, more rock, harder…