• Live Review: Pale Waves at Gorilla
    Placed 5th on BBC’s Sound of 2018, Pale Waves have gone from strength to strength and their sold out gig at Manchester’s Gorilla proved why they have been described as ‘the goth pop hybrid you
  • Live Review: Superorganism at Gorilla
    Superorganism have exploded on the scene and true to their name, have evolved a sound far more experimental and technical than most other artists. True to form, their live show follows the same ambiti
  • Live Review: Tom Misch at The O2 Ritz
    The Tom Misch gig at The O2 Ritz on Friday 2nd March sold out immediately - the 22 year old artist is one of the biggest names to rise through the ranks and he keeps on delivering. The Ritz isn’t us
  • Live Review: Free Vibes x Amazing Radio at Band On The Wall
    I attended my first Free Vibes show at Band on the Wall and was pretty taken aback by the quality and variety of great local music on offer for free. Free Vibes is a regular night put on by Band on th
  • Live Review: Hollie Cook at Gorilla
    Hollie Cook leaps on stage to begin her first headline tour stop in Manchester. The support band ‘General Roots’ begin a deep and sonorous rhythm to get the stirring crowd moving, who had become s
  • Live Review: Rex Orange County at Gorilla
    The sold out Rex Orange County gig at Manchester’s Gorilla definitely lived up to expectations.  Rex Orange County, otherwise known as Alex O’Connor and is one of 2018s most exciting new artists
  • Live Review: Alvvays at Academy 2
    Since forming in 2011, Alvvays (pronounced always) have crafted a jangly, dream-pop aesthetic brimming with Greta Gerwig-esque charm which last year garnered critical acclaim on their sophomore LP
  • News Around Fuse #4
    It's been a big few weeks for Fuse! Semester Two broadcasting has finally hurtled into existence, with some excellent shows hitting the airwaves. Big shout-outs go to Retro Revival, The Gig Guide, Ben
  • Live Review: Franz Ferdinand at Albert Hall
    Five studio albums down and Franz Ferdinand still retain so much of their zany and rambunctious aura that enticed legions of fans in more than a decade ago. And whilst carrying out a performance tha
  • Live Review: Peter Perret at Gorilla
    Peter was supported by Bad Parents, who had a slow start in front of a still thin crowd. However, their closing track ‘You Can’t Date a Model’ - previously a Steve Lamacq 6 music recommends - dr

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