SHADE’s Biggest Show to Date at Deaf Institute

Navigating their way through a dynamic, competitive music scene in Manchester, SHADE have successfully rallied quite a following over the past couple of years. Securing the fifth spot on the iTunes alternative charts for their 2021 single ‘Fallen Skies’ and having sold out several recent, headline shows, I was eager to witness the up-and-coming bandContinue reading “SHADE’s Biggest Show to Date at Deaf Institute”

The Hazy Janes Dominate The Grayston Unity at Hometown Gig

Ellis Best and Bron Bury are the dynamic duo that form Halifax based, blues-rock group The Hazy Janes. Having formed in summer 2021, the pair haven’t hesitated to dive straight into live shows, and there is certainly no lack of professionalism or enthusiasm in their performance. Influenced by Jack White, Led Zeppelin and The BlackContinue reading “The Hazy Janes Dominate The Grayston Unity at Hometown Gig”

The Skinner Brothers Are a Class Act with ‘Soul Boy II’

Only four short years have passed since The Skinner Brothers formed in London in 2018 and launched their debut single ‘Watchu’, which they were immediately highly commended for. The lads have arguably had it even rougher than usual having chosen a rather challenging time to embark on a career in the music industry, with anContinue reading “The Skinner Brothers Are a Class Act with ‘Soul Boy II’”

‘Everything’s Electric’ for LG

Released 4th February, Liam Gallagher has offered up his lasted solo track since his 2020 single ‘All You’re Dreaming Of’. Although it perhaps does not fulfil the desire for a chaotic, ostentatious song craved for by his bucket-hat-wearing, flare-lighting fans, ‘Everything’s Electric’ is undoubtedly the artist’s best solo track to date. What is interesting aboutContinue reading “‘Everything’s Electric’ for LG”

Spector Ask ‘Now or Whenever’… We Choose Now

Ecstatic to see Spector perform in Manchester this month, I along with many fans was devastated when the band was forced to postpone the tour until the spring due to Coronavirus. Almost three years ahead of the beginning of the rapid spread of the virus in the UK, it is no more heartbreaking now thanContinue reading “Spector Ask ‘Now or Whenever’… We Choose Now”

‘Shotgun’ is a dreamy new hit for Anna of the North!

POV: you’re road-tripping with your friends and blissfully reflecting out of the window, feeling thankful for the wonderful people and places that surround you. You’re contemplating life and the great journey you’ve made on your travels, and looking into the sky wondering where you will go next, your feet dangling from the edge of aContinue reading “‘Shotgun’ is a dreamy new hit for Anna of the North!”

‘Fever Dreams Pt. 2’ EP Review

With three successful solo albums now behind him, there’s no stopping musical legend Johnny Marr with the release of his newest offering ‘Fever Dreams Pt. 2’. The four-track release is the second of four parts of his eagerly anticipated, double album, released 17th December 2021, Marr is famous for his unsurpassable guitar riffs and unusualContinue reading “‘Fever Dreams Pt. 2’ EP Review”

‘Seventeen Going Under’ (Acoustic) Track Review

Release Date – 10th December 2021 As we approach these dark and cold December evenings, Sam Fender has released the perfect winter comforter, with his new version of the title track of his second album ‘Seventeen Going Under‘. The collaboration with up-and-coming artist Holly Humberstone is a soft, harmonious one, essential for late-night winter journeysContinue reading “‘Seventeen Going Under’ (Acoustic) Track Review”