Sheryl Crow's last visit to Manchester accompanied the release of the criminally under-appreciated, country-themed record Feels Like Home. The 2014 show was therefore littered with a hefty spread of the album's best cuts, of which there are many. The release represented a real high point in the re-emergence of the
I hadn’t heard much about Hey Violet before their gig at Sound Control in Manchester apart from that they had supported 5SOS on tour and gained a mass of fans from it. What captured me was their performance, it was constantly hyperactive filling the small Manchester venue with squeals of
On the 30th of April, The Barrowlands hosted The Hunna and welcomed a large crowd to listen to them on their 2017 tour. With two support bands playing, the night had plenty of music with Kovic kicking off the night prior to Coasts getting the crowd shouting right before The
The Vamps always put on a show that absolutely anyone could enjoy, whatever age and whatever there normal musical taste. Their latest arena tour visited Manchester Arena on Saturday and I had the pleasure of being there.
The babyfaced band always bring with them an array of supporting artists to start
On Saturday evening I had the pleasure of seeing Rag’n’Bone Man who has propelled himself from opening the main stage of Kendal Calling to the top of the charts and headline shows in sell out venues. Manchester Academy was packed out in anticipation for the Sussex singer to step out
Kasabian's performance on the BBC's venerable (and sadly only) music show, Later... with Jools Holland the night before hinted at the musical shift that can be expected on the new record, For Crying Out Loud due out on 5th May. Bless This Acid House and particularly the singalong groove of
Canadian Music Week kicked off this past Tuesday, and Toronto has flooded with interesting acts from all over the world. It’s my favourite time of year specifically because I never fail to find new and exciting artists to watch. While most people are crowding into the big shows, I can
It can be hard work selling Foxygen as a real band rather than a gimmick.
Take the way both members (Jonathan Rado and Sam France) present themselves at Toronto’s Opera House: One positioned in the shadows, presiding as musical mastermind while the other struts and sings wildly.
It is not a put-on,
After seeing Jagwar Ma twice in the past few years, I was super excited to see them once again, but this time headlining the wonderful Manchester Ritz. They never seem to disappoint with a live show and they certainly upped their game for this bigger stage on a cold Manchester
What do you get when you combine the glorious surroundings of one of the UK's premiere music venues with the stirring output of an artist of such majestic distinction as Laura Marling? Describing the evening as a good one certainly does not seem appropriate, failing to address the trifle-esque multitude