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”

Pentire Blow the Roof off The Bakery in Bristol

Saturday 18th September 2021 – Pentire’s First Headline And what a gig it was, one that I would never have wanted to miss, and I’m glad I didn’t. With tickets for the Bristol quartets first headline gig, priced at £15 for a group of 4 tickets, this was one not to be missed by theirContinue reading “Pentire Blow the Roof off The Bakery in Bristol”

The Avenues This Feeling Headline in Hull was not to be missed

Which I nearly did, as I honestly didn’t know this gig was taking place until arriving at Dive HU5 for a drink. Of course the place was packed out for the local lads as they took to the stage down the Avenues. So like I said, I had no idea this show was going onContinue reading “The Avenues This Feeling Headline in Hull was not to be missed”

The Charlatans get a 10/10 – Bournemouth Review

Words: Laine Roberts Back at the O2 Academy but this time it’s for one of my favourite bands (4th in my Spotify wrapped this year may I add) The Charlatans!  This is a band I know very well and I was lucky enough to go to see their 30th Anniversary Tour. Tim Burgess (Lead singer),Continue reading “The Charlatans get a 10/10 – Bournemouth Review”

We Are Scientists treat Hull to a terrific show at Social

Words: James Rokyckyj For my first time at Hull’s relatively new venue Social, I was surprised by the size of the venue. It is a great intermediary venue, coming in at 300 capacity, bridging the cap between bands playing the local bars and selling out the Bonus Arena. So it’s no surprise in recent weeksContinue reading “We Are Scientists treat Hull to a terrific show at Social”

The Darkness Live @ Bournemouth 02 Academy Review

Words: Laine Roberts Welcome to my first ever review on any kind of music and this was also the first gig I attended on my own so I guess we’re going to talk about my time seeing The Darkness Live at the O2 Academy in my new hometown of Bournemouth! Now I have to beContinue reading “The Darkness Live @ Bournemouth 02 Academy Review”

Richard Carlson Band Don’t Disappoint at Dive

Words: Dan Smith It’s been a long two years since I last saw the outfit Richard Carlson Band at Night & Day Cafe, Manchester, and despite several changes in the band, including a move to the steel city, they did not disappoint. In a night filled with great music and pornstar martinis on tap, RichardContinue reading “Richard Carlson Band Don’t Disappoint at Dive”

Peter Doherty Blows The Roof Off In Hull

It was this time last week I realised that the Libertines and Babyshambles star was coming to my home city and it was a gig I just couldn’t miss. An intimate, acoustic set by one of the best songwriters of the modern age, and for £25? You must be having a laugh. What a steal.Continue reading “Peter Doherty Blows The Roof Off In Hull”