Our Paul Lockett gets excited over relative unknowns Tripwires
The ups and downs of a music fan.
Brett Spaceman visits to Liverpool to see The House Of Love.
One wild evening.
“more a Mass than a dirt-caked blues celebration”
“a rising force in alternative rock”
Blues/roots mash-up act show real talent.
Living up to the hype.
Dead Guitars acoustic gig in my house.
“renders individual genre boxes and linear description almost useless.”
BBC Sound of 2012 winner takes to The Ritz.
“If only we could bottle this power.”
The true gaga lady caught live.
Third-annual Manchester festival turns up some new friends.
iLiKETRAiNS may have been a cooler name but I Like Trains are the better band.
“like having a one night stand with an ex girlfriend”
Mark Reed gets up close and personal with Bono PLC
Legendary author/creator of Watchmen and V for Vendetta, brings his reimagination of HP Lovecraft to London’s underworld.
Making the world a better place, one song at a time.
“The Besnard Lakes‘ promise to compensate was never really in doubt.”
“Mark Burgess brings his ChameleonsVox project to town and the town seems to like it very much indeed.”
If words were enough, there’d be no need for music.
A piece of “history” from Mark Reed
Rob Gannon offers a full run down of an exhausting day in the company of Manchester’s finest.
Si Higgs brings us an eclectic line-up from Cargo including Josh T Pearson, Esben And The Witch and Joe Gideon And The Shark.
Time travel, surrealism and Troll beer, it has to be Brussels but Ceci n’est pas un concert according to Brett Spaceman
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