Giant Walker brings their All In Good Time album to life. Heavy Rock in a brewery no less!
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.
Extreme hit back with a vengeance, ripping off the mask and Hard Rocking like it’s 1992.
Lovingly curated from the Richard Hawley jukebox – what happens when you can’t walk past a record shop…
We cross the channel to catch Ghost on their Re-imperatour which heads around Europe rebooting the Imperia album and Phantomime mini album.
Dan Whitehouse reimagines his The Glass House album into an intimate acoustic setting.
Def Leppard and the Royal Philharmonic merge on the hits and the hidden gems.
From black clouds to Cloud nine as Marillion’s Seasons End gets the full deluxe treatment.
Seminal Prog Rockers Yes deliver Mirror To The Sky – album #22 in a discography spanning over fifty years.
We’re back at a Kate Rusby (Est. 1973) show – her first in Manchester’s Stoller Hall.
The Church go all Prog Rock on album #26, gliding around a Sci Fi Psych Rock universe.
Raise your teacups and glasses! A comprehensive Merry Hell retrospective that sends out a glut of their trademark messages of positivity.
Music we grew up with. Loud As Giants powerful debut album is no Eighties tribute.
Next in a series, Sam Sweeney switches from solo to duo with an inspired partnership.
Hawkwind and Arthur Brown – more than a few years of experience and a tremendous double bill at Manchester Academy.
Promise fulfilled on the subtle and soaring debut album from Megan Dixon Hood.