Reformed psych-blues trio Cachimera blow away any cobwebs on a powerful set.
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.
Bluest Of Colour – the new three track EP from Charm Of Finches offers stark and spectral reimaginings.
Latest three song EP from Bleek Noir. Goth noir and rockabilly come a-quivering around the corner.
Haken guitarist Charlie Griffiths gives the Prog Metal template a paleontological tweak.
Rival Sons open the door to the promised land. Dirty Honey are on the other side. The Californians appear right at home in deepest Lancashire…
Award winning Blues & Americana artist Katie Knipp lets rip on a live set.
True craftsmen of their art, Damien O’Kane & Ron Block whip up a banjo fuelled storm.
Sam Brace – aka Mule from Skinny Lister – goes solo in 90s inspired set.
Alex Henry Foster & The Long Shadows play a devastating set at Manchester’s Deaf Institute.
Magma, in league with The Utopia Strong, dazzle Manchester’s Band On The Wall.
Celebrating fifty years of Close To The Edge, Yes are at Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall on the second date of the UK tour.
Kate Rusby and Damien O’Kane are a highlight of the Knutsford Music Festival in the atmospheric confines of St John’s Parish Church.
The Cold Stares head into the UK in a few days – we manage a few words with the chaps ahead of their first visit to the UK.
Tim Bowness. Peter Chilvers and Matt Stevens are at the Prohibition Studios in Liverpool.
The Utopia Strong deftly negotiate the comfort zones as they plough their experimental furrow.