We’re at the Night & Day Cafe in Manchester for a Sunday evening rendezvous with Rosalie Cunningham and her band.
McHale’s Permanent Brew channel classic influences on their second album.
The Cold Light Of Day debut from The Cold Blooded Hearts takes several detours from the hard road.
Pygmy Twylyte, the finest purveyors of the music of Frank Zappa, show why they are a class act on a rare trip to Manchester.
We spend a marvellous evening with the equally marvellous War On Drugs at the (marvellous) Piece Hall in Halifax.
Ayron Jones rips yet another new one on Chronicles Of The Kid. They call him ‘filthy’.
Hundred Reasons tour the UK for the first time in many a year on the back of their first LP for 15 years with Hell Is For Heroes and My Vitriol in tow.
Anchor Lane return with their new album following up 2020’s Casino. Call This A Reality? sees the Glaswegian trio step up.
As U2 gear up to release Songs Of Surrender, we have a look at some of the deeper cuts within the U2 canon and offer our thoughts.
Frank Zappa has so much music out there; it is hard to know where to start. We offer our opinion and pick out what we think are his greatest works.
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.