Al Nicholson, of Kaprekar’s Constant, gives the lowdown on why he loves Nick Drake.
Electronic renaissance man still dazzles, four decades into an amazing career.
The Sheffield songster literally packs out his favourite venue, Manchester’s Albert Hall.
A huge slab of feelgood rock and roll from Joe Elliott’s labour of love.
Time for another trip to planet Elbow with a soundtrack that promises some departures from the tried and trusted but enough of the familiar Garvey clout.
Alice is back in Manchester and At The Barrier’s deadly duo are in the not-so cheap seats.
Multi-instrumentalist, James Holt, wows the sold out crowd at The Deaf Institute in Manchester.
The band that gives Inside Out Music’s progressive tag a certain edge with their hybrid of progressive and creative art-rock.
With a new album released on October 11th, Cold In Berlin guitarist, Adam Richardson, reflects on his love of Dorset doom masters, Electric Wizard.
Sheffield quartet overcome the difficult second album hurdle with flying colours.
More mysterious darkwave sounds from GosT…enter the darkness…
Gold Of Scar And Shale finds Jack Rutter following up Hills with a set that further enhances his reputation as a solo artist.
Leeds quintet, Van Houten, discuss their love of American singer, John Maus.
News of the return of Tim Bowness and Steven Wilson as no-man.
The Trials Of Cato bring their fiddle free folk to The Met and nail it.