His wicked sense of humour and candid insights into his turbulent personal life form the basis for the majority of his music, and his surprise new album ‘Music to be Murdered By’ is no different.
The album, the Trio’s sixth release, is a playground haven for daydreamers – a menagerie of slow-paced ethereal numbers punctuated by somewhat jazzier, more shrapnel-spiced songs that ruffle up the album’s pleasantly plodding status quo.
When we think of areas of Greater Manchester associated with modern music, some wouldn’t feature highly on the list.
Whether you are a Green Day fan or not, almost everyone has heard of their 2004 album American Idiot, which sold over 15million copies worldwide.
First, a confession: I am a diehard Enya fan. So if you were hoping for a cynical, cocked eyebrow account of this new age album then you will be sadly disappointed.
‘Sexy and psychedelic’: The Hoosiers to showcase new sound in Manchester after ’15 minutes of fame’ in 2007
Frontman Irwin Sparkes from The Hoosiers talks to MM all about the band’s new album, their new identity and the changes in the music industry ahead of their return to Manchester on October 30.
The Deaf Institute, Manchester, was all ears as Luke Friend, of X Factor 2013 fame, took to the stage to perform his debut as a solo artist on Sunday April 19.
Gallery owners in Bury have been left crying their heart out after a one of a kind Oasis canvas painting was stolen.
Blind Oldham singer Rikky James is preparing to take his music career to the next level with an album release next month
Oasis legend Noel Gallagher is set to make a return to his hometown next year with a brand new High Flying Bird’s album.
‘When I hear synth I see a unicorn’: Paolo Nutini offers a peak inside his artistic mind ahead of Manchester gig
Paolo Nutini is bringing a showstopping performance of his critically acclaimed new album Caustic Love to Manchester’s Phones 4U Arena as part of his latest UK tour