You could be forgiven for thinking that twenty-six year old Courtney Marie Andrews is a relative newcomer to the burgeoning alt country/Americana scene. An impressive debut on Later...with Jools Holland a few months ago appeared to be the result of the international success of her latest album Honest Life, but
Manchester's Deaf Institute has well and truly filled to capacity and the sense of anticipation is palpable as Will Toledo and his band nonchalantly launch into The Ending of Dramamine. The song comes from the LP How to Leave Town, the last of the twenty-three year old's eleven, yes, ELEVEN
Hot on the heels of the release of latest album Ocean by Ocean, The Boxer Rebellion have only just embarked upon this current tour, which will ultimately cover vast swathes of Europe and North America over the next six months. The journey won't draw to a close until a celebratory
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The release of Torres' sophomore album Sprinter earlier this year broke new ground for Mackenzie Scott, allowing the singer-songwriter to firmly establish her musical modus operandi. The cover of the record is particularly revealing. The Georgia native is presented to us with a disturbingly solemn demeanor and it is particularly
The atmosphere in The Deaf Institute tonight is positively fizzing with an effervescent spirit as the predominantly young audience await the arrival of Los Angeles duo Girlpool. Still several days away from Fresher's week for most universities, the venue is located right in the heart of the student quarter of
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Arriving an hour before doors open in the desperate hope of there being a queue for Minneapolis four piece Howler, I am left somewhat disappointed. Having seen the band just two days before at Birmingham Institute Temple with a questionably disinterested crowd, passions for the band set to “do the
Ever since Adam Darby sent me a sneak preview of The Nankeens next single Scenester I've not been able to stop listening to it. It may only have been a rough demo, with the master yet to be cut, but it was pretty clear from the off what a great
Salford's "epic indie" quartet The Nankeens are teaming up with AMBY for a marvelous giveaway. You can win a limited edition CD of the new single Scenester, a Nankeens t-shirt, and a pair of tickets for the single launch at The Deaf Institute on September the 21st!
To enter the giveaway,