Wigan indie-rock band The Lathums are set to headline Manchester’s legendary Band on the Wall as part of BBC’s 6
Joseph, Instagram Levis, James Corden and many more… virtual realities within the entertainment world
The entertainment industry has pretty much closed down in reality. Bars are closed, event spaces are likely to be closed until May or even September and festivals are dropping like flies.
‘Together, we’ll come back stronger than ever’: Manchester’s hospitality industry tackles coronavirus with creative genius
Greater Manchester’s hospitality industry is being forced to find new ways to deliver services, after the government advised the public to “avoid pubs [and] clubs” on Monday.
With talks about gender equality, the housing situation and new performing acts, Off The Record provided a powerful connection to the world of music this month.
Off The Record, the independent music festival that puts together emerging bands and the music industry’s biggest names, is back in Manchester for its third edition this month.
‘The first time anyone’s done anything like this’: Rachael Gladwin on Wild Strings Jazz and Pop Harp Festival
As the nights draw in and temperatures start to tick down, it is with a heavy heart that we must say goodbye to the summer of 2018 and hello to another dark winter.
Oldham-born musician Kiran Leonard reveals inspiration behind new album ahead of gig at Band on the Wall
Oldham-born musician Kiran Leonard is gearing up to showcase his new album, Derevaun Seraun, in Manchester.
From talks and historical walks to beer-inspired meals, Manchester’s Beer Week seeks to transform the city into a celebration of the country’s favourite drink from June 23-July 2.
Fresh from a three-night stand at Ronnie Scott’s jazz club in London, Maxi Jazz and the E-Type Boys – a nine-piece ensemble led by the Faithless frontman – descended upon Manchester’s historic music venue Band on the Wall.
Maxi Jazz interview: ‘I like simple sounding songs which aren’t necessarily simple’ – Faithless frontman ahead of Band on the Wall show
As the vibrant frontman of Faithless, Maxi Jazz provided thousands of fans with dance music influenced by almost every other genre.
Radio stations were demolished, instruments burned and musicians driven into exile through threat of torture or even death as Islamists Ansar Dine imposed their terrible will. But the Malians refused to yield.