Earth Moves are an underground supergroup, with members from We Never Learned To Live, Grappler, and Cloud Boat, the band straddle musical worlds. Here the bands singer talks of his love of Deftones.
Chris Stewart aka Black Marble, delivers a superb album of 80’s drenched synth beauty.
As seasonal as the turkey and trimmings, there’s a new Kate Rusby Christmas album, Holly Head.
How refreshing to find a band which has developed their own distinctive sound. The Little Unsaid follow Atomise with a selection of songs to make up the Music/Nature EP.
News of a solo release from Mariana Semkina of Iamthemorning. Sleepwalking is set for a February 2020 release on Kscope.
Belgian outfit, Captain Cheesebeard, tell us all about why they love Soundgarden.
Playing as main support to Sigrid, IDER had the task of warming up the crowd on a bitterly cold night in Manchester.
Success breeds success. Building on the triumph of Dissolution and a flowering solo career, Bruce Soord and his men bring us a live album that’s worth its salt.
Earlier this year, the world sadly lost Barrie Masters of Eddie & The Hot Rods. Here, Andy Rowe of The Room tells us of how the band influenced him.
Show Of Hands continue to show why they are one of the finest live acts around.
We were at Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall for a classic performance by Steve Hackett, celebrating the Spectral Mornings and Selling England By The Pound albums.
Reggae has been one of the most popular music genres for many years. It’s sound, voice and conscience. In a guest column, we welcome Manchester rapper, writer and MC, J.Chambers to the site to give us some pointers on the people leading the New Jamaican Reggae Renaissance.
The Cardinal knows how to ramp up the crowd as Ghost bring their stunning show to a town that’s done their share in supporting the rise of the Swedish mask-wearing pop-rockers.
Godsticks reveal first single and video for “Denigrate” (feat. Daniel Tompkins)
Darlingside wow the London crowd with an enrapturing and enchanting evening of music.