Live Review: Homeshake at Manchester Academy 2

Homeshake, the Canadian lo-fi, solo-project of Peter Sagar were met by adoring fans at Manchester Academy, all there to experience in-person Sagar's laid-back production mingled with his soulful melodies. Sa...

Album Review: Pond – Tasmania

You can be forgiven for thinking Pond are just a side project from the monumental success of Tame Impala. Two of the current Pond line-up have at some time also been touring members of Tame Impala, and from 201...

Live Review – Snail Mail at YES Manchester

After the release of debut album Lush last June, Snail Mail embarked on a worldwide tour. And last Wednesday front-woman Lindsey Jordan and the band found themselves this side of the pond in a small pink room i...
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Photos: Gengahr at Gorilla, Manchester

It’s been a busy month of touring for Gengahr following the release of their second album ‘Where Wildness Grows’ and on Tuesday night they paid Manchester’s Gorilla a visit.  Opening the show with ‘Is This How...
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Live Review: Jake Bugg at Manchester Albert Hall

Jake Bugg has always been one to keep things simple, but his recent acoustic tour strips back his craft to the bare minimum: just a man and his guitar. The 24-year old couldn’t be more in his element. Bugg’s l...

Photos: Blaenavon at Manchester Deaf Institute

Blaenavon's gig at Manchester's Deaf Institute last Friday took their live game to another level with mosh pits forming from early on to security having to pull people off of the stage towards the end of the ni...