Sharkmania Comes To Manchester: Amy Shark At Manchester’s Gorilla

Sharkmania Comes To Manchester: Amy Shark At Manchester’s Gorilla

Amy Shark has been taking Europe by storm. Kicking off her European tour back in January in Hamburg and two weeks later ending it in sub-zero Manchester. A far cry from the Gold Coast of Australia. Amy Sharks presence in Australia is phenomenal with 6 Aria Music Awards to her name already. Including album of the year and Best Female Artist. From these achievements alone, it’s only a matter of time till her success is…

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DMA’S: Live at O2 Victoria Warehouse Manchester

DMA’S: Live at O2 Victoria Warehouse Manchester

For artists originating from outside of the UK or USA, it is often hard to establish a career. This is not to say that the rest of the world offers no support for their native musicians.   Yet, these two musical hubs are a huge platform that can completely transform the career of a band overnight. Breaking onto the scene in one of these countries is a must. One group that have have mastered this…

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Review: Sigrid’s Amazing Run At Manchester’s Albert Hall

Review: Sigrid’s Amazing Run At Manchester’s Albert Hall

Sigrid is no stranger to Manchester, she’s been here time and time again, for festivals and for her own shows alike, and everytime she sells out, brings a huge crowd and ensures that everyone has a damn good time dancing to some of the finest pop music around. This week, as part of her almost-entirely, sold out UK tour, Sigrid stopped for two packed nights at Manchester’s Albert Hall, a small venue oft overlooked by…

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New four-storey music venue to open in Manchester

New four-storey music venue to open in Manchester

A new four-storey venue called YES will open in Manchester in late September. The new Charles Street hub will now feature a basement cub, live Pink Room, beer hall bar and rooftop terrace that features a NASA-approved sound system. Entry to both the ground floor bar and the roof terrace will be free to all visitors and wheelchair accessible. YES is also promising pints from £2.95. The venue will be run by Manchester promoters Now…

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Basement, ‘Disconnect’ – Single Review

Basement, ‘Disconnect’ – Single Review

Basement have just released their new song ‘Disconnect’ and it will get people talking for sure. When lead vocalist Andrew Fisher starts singing you can’t help comparing him and his band to punk group Green Day (Think ‘American Idiot’) crossed with the fashion sense of The Kaiser Chiefs. When it comes to describing their musical style it’s a little bit rock, a bit grunge and a handful of punk. Many would describe the song as…

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The 1975 share colourful vertical video for ‘Love It If We Made It’

The 1975 share colourful vertical video for ‘Love It If We Made It’

Mancunian legends The 1975 have shared a new video for Love It If We Made It, the latest single on their upcoming album and it is pretty sick. The ‘vertical’ video was released exclusively on Spotify on Friday, along with teaser snippets on the band’s Instagram account. Opting for an aesthetically amped up lyric video, band members Matt Healy, Adam Hann, Ross MacDonald and George Daniel are featured as bright multi-coloured silhouettes who, in typical…

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Pale Wave, ‘Eighteen’ – Single Review

Pale Wave, ‘Eighteen’ – Single Review

‘I was eighteen when I met you, poured my heart out and spilled my whole truth’. Manchester’s Pale Waves, an indie-pop quartet that are taking the world by absolute storm, are back with their latest single ‘Eighteen’. Debuted as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record in the World Right Now on BBC Radio 1, ‘Eighteen’ is a triumphant song taking you, as well as lead singer Heather Baron Gracie, on an absolute nostalgia trip through your first…

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