Black Star Riders, Stone Broken and Wayward Sons in a triple bill hard rock extravaganza at Manchester Ritz. We were there!
Amy Studt returns after a decade long hiatus to deliver something very special.
The ‘broken folk’ duo of Carli Jefferson and Clair Le Couteur who together make up Lunatraktors, tell us why they love Portishead.
Bury’s riff monsters, PIST, are massive fans of rock and roll. Here, Dave Rowlands, the band’s singer, shares his love of one of the finest rock and roll bands that England has to offer: Orange Goblin.
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.
The avid Genesis fan can help themselves to a series of Steve Hackett’s Revisited live albums and now here’s another.
The Pineapple Thief frontman has a new solo venture, “an observational record” that captures a mix of joy and consternation.
Simple Mids again invite us to come in, come out of the rain. We only need say one thing – “Let me see those hands.”
Legendary Prog Rock band YES reveals four previously unreleased 2010 recordings, on the new From A Page five-piece mini-box set.
Ten years since its release, the North Walian troupe revisit their first album and a bit more on their latest tour. We caught them at Bury Met.
Toby Jepson’s boys have no problems with the ‘difficult second album’ syndrome as they rock out like it’s nineteen eighty something.
To say that the Norwegians sixth album shakes things up a bit may be the understatement of the year.
Glasgow based December, release the last in a string of popular U2 covers.
Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter, Maz O’Connor, shares her love for her ‘Mighty Triumvirate,’ and in particular, Nina Simona.
Edits are a boy/girl duo from Manchester. Here, Olivia Westhead discusses her love of French band, Mew.