Admittedly, I had low expectations for this gig but boy can Jesse Dayton PLAY! Undeterred by a small crowd he brought Manchester's Night People to life on a cold Wednesday evening.
This was an energetic show from Dayton and his tight ba
The Top 10 Game Boy Games but why I hear you say? In last week's episode of The Retro Hour podcast the picture above was highlighted as a triumph for the retrogaming community! Quite rightly so, it's great to see two stars (Scarlett Johansson & C
As part of our retrogaming interests nothing keeps us better informed (and that Nintendo vs. Sega fire in our belly burning) quite like The Retro Hour podcast, hosted by Ravi Abbott and Dan Wood. We caught up with the guys ahead of their appearance a
Time for us to introduce you to something a little different! We pride ourselves on being in touch with pop culture and in a beautiful melge of music and video games with some wonderful art, we made contact with Takekiyo a Japenese graphic designer w
Chris Sievey. You may not have heard of this incredibly artistic, talented individual. But he, was Frank Sidebottom. And we think you need to know all about him.
Being Frank: The Chris Sievey Story gives us everything. Cataloguing his life and wor
Here at The Journalix Towers, we're all huge fans of The Strokes. I mean, who isn't?! Many people claim they define an era but for us they define rock n roll. The music is so special and those images of the boys in New York at the turn of the century...
Now it is officially Springtime and despite what you read in the papers, life goes on. And if you enjoy your music - there's plenty to be excited about right now. For ShadowParty were in town on Thursday.
Made up of members from Devo and
We've had the pleasure of speaking to Sean Garnett, writer of Andy Capp! In our world exclusive interview, he talks about how it was taking over from it's creator Reg Smythe, a change in social attitudes towards comedy since the 1970s and how a legen
When Peter Hook left New Order for the last time in 2007, he simply stated "Me and Bernard [Sumner] aren't working together". So a band reunion in 2011 found Tom Chapman stepping into his shoes, having filled the role admirably in Sumner's Bad Lieute
HOME Manchester will host a weekend of special events for all ages from Friday 8 – Sunday 10 March to mark International Women's Day 2019 and as part of HOME’s year-long Celebrating Women in Global Cinema programme running throughout 2019.