Caoilfhionn Rose brings Manchester past and present together on Truly. And more.
The Hyena Kill recently released their blistering new album, A Disconnect. Here, we welcome new member Charlie Seisay to discuss his love of CSNY.
The Field Songs of Jamaica brought to vibrant life by Edward II.
Manchester folk-rock singer-songwriter Toria Wooff has a new single and with plans afoot for this to be only the start, her take on the sound of Elton John via the Floyd, stirs the soul.
The Hyena Kill grow from a duo to a quartet; the results are devastating…in the best way possible. A Disconnect is a huge step up.
J. Chambers releases his debut album, Escape The Kingdom. It follows a string of brilliant singles and EPs.
Prognosis guitarist Phil Weller joins us for a chat about the bands latest single, what the future holds and the definitive prog metal album.
Doves make their eagerly-anticipated return with their first new album in eleven years with The Universal Want. It does not disappoint.
Doves release The Universal Want on September 11th. We chatted to Andy Williams, drummer with Doves, prior to release to find out more.
The Smiths have their legendary status nailed down. Their canon is massive. Here, we pick ten deep cuts from their superb back catalogue.
Manchester has always been a hotbed of great bands. We take a look at which bands to keep an eye on as Manchester continues to thrive.
Our man John takes us back into the Time Tunnel and to a time when he shook the shackles of pop music for the experimental side of the coin and ended up seeing Captain Beefheart in Manchester in 1973.
Clannad put on a show for a sold out and defiant Manchester crowd. Their In A Lifetime final tour hits the grand Bridgewater Hall.
Not quite back to the scene of their ‘Best Album’ triumph at the 2019 Folk Awards for Hide And Hair, Trials Of Cato are back in Manchester.
The Inspector Cluzo nip across from Gascony and don’t quite destroy Manchester but do some damage to an innocent drum kit.