Porij are a lively, indie-pop four-piece, who merge together exciting beats with an enthusiastic stage presence and last week they headlined Manchester's Soup Kitchen...
The gritty riffs of False Heads provoke an undeniable energy, their music is fuelled by rumbling basslines and fronted with a raw vocal, Soup Kitchen was moving, the set took over the venue and a roaring buzz captured the atmosphere. False Heads have a punk-rock sound and sport a matching in-your-face attitude. When the band walked... Continue Reading →
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, even just upon seeing their artwork, but this... Continue Reading →
I can’t quite put my finger on how to describe The Howl And The Hum, but I guess you could say they howl and they hum. Howl describing the massive vocal talent of frontman, Sam, which is enough to take over any venue of any size. Hum is the quieter, more subtle but equally beautiful... Continue Reading →