George Marios revisits his Daffodil album with a handful of intimate reinterpretations.
Mike has been photographing and writing about bands going back many years. A former writer and Reviews Editor on Louder Than War as well as several online music blogs, he also contributes to Fireworks and to Powerplay Rock & Metal magazines.
Blowing Free is the Cherry Red Records 55 track trip down memory lane.
Manchester’s Ritz becomes Eggland as The Lovely Eggs deliver big style in their biggest headline show, atop quality bill.
A chance to relive the epic Wardruna live experience.
The new look four piece Karnataka – Ian Jones as standard – heads to The Met for an evening of Celtic new age and proggy rock.
Def Leppard – you know what they do and they won’t disappoint the faithful again on Diamond Star Halos.
Mudlow swagger and groove on a new set of Blues soaked riches.
Four songs of fuzzy rock on the debut EP from Liverpool trio Mexican Dogs.
Dirty Honey split a batch of sleazy Rawk and Roll across an EP and LP.
Gary Numan once again blows Manchester away – we’re at the Albert Hall with his devoted followers.
Bryan Adams kicks ass at Manchester AO Arena on the So Happy It Hurts tour.
Oysterband return to their regular Manchester haunt of the royal Northern College of Music.
The Pineapple Thief revisit some of their back catalogue in a rework, remodel, retake type situation.
Jo Quail crafts another set of evocative pieces on the meisterwork that is The Cartographer.
Here’s the new single from Huwbergine that taps into a playful and poppy vein.