Two views of The Young’uns in Manchester on their latest tour for some acts of civil disobedience.
Devin Townsend makes his first live appearances in the UK since his astonishing 2021 performance headlining the Bloodstock Festival.
The War On Drugs bring their latest show to Leeds in support of their latest record: I Don’t Live Here Anymore.
At The Barrier once again visits Over Hulton Folk Club, Bolton to catch Irish singer-songwriter/raconteur Anthony John Clarke.
Ghost aka Papa Emeritus IV and his Nameless Ghouls, descend on Manchester to deliver another demonic ritual.
The Met’s emerging showcase for the month partners Toria Wooff with Chloe Lawrence in a gentle acoustic double bill.
Aurora brings a unique stage presence, and incredible songs and music, to an admiring and appreciative Glasgow audience.
Hits, deep cuts and a few pleasant surprises. Ystrad Mynach’s favourite son, Andy Fairweather Low, brings joy to Bury St. Edmunds.
At The Barrier favourite Annie Keating kicks off her UK tour in style at Bath’s delightful Chapel Arts Centre
Jeff Wayne returns with War Of The Worlds – the classic story of men from Mars; this time with a more prophetic slant.
The Trials continue – we catch up with the ‘new’ Trials Of Cato at The Met in Bury.
The folk club scene is still alive and kicking. We’re at the Over Hulton Folk Club for Mail Train.
Wardruna finally get on the road with the brilliant Jo Quail in support. We witness an impeccable and moving show in Manchester.
The Kate Gee Band. Keeping music – and beer – live.
Absence makes the heart grow fonder. Leveret are back at The Met.