Seattle’s hard rocking, blues licking Ayron Jones makes his first appearance in Manchester as part of his first full UK tour.
Let me see those hands. As ever, Simple Minds provide a stirring of the blood as we emerge from turbulent times.
Something refreshingly inventive from Bristol-based outfit Jakabol whose experimental journey builds bridges between many forms on their debut album Jaded Temple.
Here’s the new single from Thunderous Jones – Shoot To Kill – another teaser for the debut album, Stop The Show.
Destination Unknown – the sixth album from blues rock guitar hustler Laurence Jones hits the spot.
Following a glut of singles and their 2020 EP, Knock Knock, Mulberry Sky have now released their debut album Who’s There with their own brand of self penned, self produced raucous, wild, intense rock.
Pronghorn celebrate thirty years as a band and we have the video premiere for their new single from their forthcoming new album.
Download Festival makes its full return after 2021’s Pilot event with a stacked bill that featured the biggest and best in hard rock and metal.
Drive-By Truckers do. if you will, a sort of Fables of the “Recollections”, reconstructing their past into songs of experience and charm.
Liam Gallagher returns home to further grow the champions vibe in the blue half of Manchester before two huge nights at Knebworth.
Frank Zappa’s 1974 & 1976 visits to Erie, Pennsylvania documented in full.
Bryan Adams kicks ass at Manchester AO Arena on the So Happy It Hurts tour.
The War On Drugs bring their latest show to Leeds in support of their latest record: I Don’t Live Here Anymore.
Twelve Dreams Of Dr. Sardonicus by Spirit, is their 1970 masterpiece, and is now available in a newly expanded and remastered deluxe edition.
Faceless Mirror continue to release singles from their forthcoming new album. No Shelter reflects the torment created in our fragile world.