Elvis Costello asks us to trust him on his latest jaunt with The Imposters. As it turns out, you can always place your trust in such wonderful artists to deliver.
Dominic has written about music for several years for various outlets including Louder Than War magazine, The Sludgelord, Manchester Evening News and Cultural Bulletin.
Playing as main support to Elvis Costello, Ian Prowse delivers a lesson in how to warm up a crowd.
Aruba Red returns with Shadow Work; a stunning new EP that is wrought with personal emotion throughout. The music is sublime and the songs are affecting.
Matt McGinn releases his fourth full length album. Lessons Of War is a stunning selection of songs that speak of the impact of war and conflict.
Andromeda is the new album from former Trembling Bells man, Alex Rex. His third solo outing is an emotional trip that you need to submit too.
Wrap your ears around a collection of singles from artists spanning indie, reggae, rap, darkwave, punk and folk.
Sylosis return after a five year hiatus. The Reading band’s fifth album, Cycle Of Suffering, is a devastatingly good return that will blow you away.
Bonded are a band born of members of many great bands. A collective group of veterans releasing their debut record together; Rest In Violence.
Chris Stewart aka Black Marble, delivers a superb album of 80’s drenched synth beauty.
Playing as main support to Sigrid, IDER had the task of warming up the crowd on a bitterly cold night in Manchester.
Prolific Swedish rockers deliver their fourth long player with authority.
Pist diversify on their latest outing, to devastating effect.
Rising Up Peterloo is billed as Modern Folk Theatre. Debs Newbold and Sean Cooney (The Young’Uns) have created something visceral and affecting in a minimal way.
Hollywood star Kiefer Sutherland continues to blaze a trail on the music circuit.
Belgium’s resident Zappa worshippers deliver a wondrous slice of music inspired by the great man.