There's a new band in Manchester called LOAstate. Despite only teasing fans with 2 officially released tracks so far, they're being hailed as the next big thing. There was a big response to their performance at NBHD this year and they play their firs...
As if you needed telling - but Manchester doesn't half know how to put on a good show! Just 24 hours after an incident had the city on lockdown, our favourite event of the year NBHD Festival once again took over Manchester for a day of rock ‘n roll w...
We're back in the Pink Room at YES, this time it's for The Snuts, and our first time seeing them live.
We've heard good things and the buzz in the room is of excitement, from the many in The Snuts t-shirts and anticipation from
No Hot Ashes are celebrating the release of their long awaited debut LP ‘Hardship Starship’ with an extensive tour of the UK and Ireland, which includes their biggest headline show to date TONIGHT at Manchester’s o2 Ritz.
The band have been making
After 7 years in the cold, KEANE play the O2 Apollo Manchester to remind us of what we've been missing all this time. Read Una's review of a triumphant return...
Following the breakdown of his marriage Tim Rice-Oxley sat down and poured his heart
As the Insta post for Star Shaped Manchester promised:
And so it was.
We’ve been to Star Shaped Manchester before. Also, their Oasis night at Zombie Shack a few years ago, so we know we’re in for a good night. Well day, as it started at 2.15pm.
One of our favourite festivals Sounds of the City is back in Manchester, and so are The Kooks! Chief music writer Alix headed out to review The Kooks SOTC 2019, read on...
SOUNDS OF THE CITY 2019
Castlefield Bowl is such a top Manchester outdoor ve
In a month of epic gigs in Greater Manchester, Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott (of The Beautiful South) arrived just down the road gracing the stage at the home of Stockport County for 2 nights last week. Una was there reporting for The Journalix, enjo
The loudest and most colourful of triumphant returns was made by Courteeners at Heaton Park on Saturday. Parklife had already warmed up, or rather severely muddied the park in preparation. With tickets in hand and raring to go 50,000 fans came from a
How have UK festival genres have changed due to diverse acts? We reveal all with this analysis of over 164 UK festival lineups
It’s a known fact that Grime and Glastonbury have a bit of a chequered history whilst rock fans at Reading & Leeds w