Folly and the Hunter are a band who sit somewhere between Sigur Ros and Frightened Rabbit in terms of sound.
It’s five to nine in the morning and Whitworth Street is already scattered with teenagers, some of whom are sat on the floor, huddled under sleeping bags, trying to protect themselves from the November air.
Yorkshire born John Elliott is feeling the effects of life on the road when he peruses the coffee menu, hoping for the ‘world’s strongest coffee’ and settling for a flat white.
Her debut album The Longest River blends classic old-world sounds from traditional sources with confident vocals that reminds you that the broad umbrella of folk branches far beyond pop beatniks Mumford and Sons.
‘Country bumpkins at heart’: Alt-pop duo Meadowlark excited to share new EP with Manchester’s Sound Control
Following a jam-packed 2014, Bristol-based melancholic alt-pop duo Meadowlark are back showcasing their new EP ‘Dual’, currently supporting Amber Run on their UK tour.
With the banding planning to visit Manchester for the first time later this month, MM posed Pete from The Devil Makes Three some questions.
Leeds-based indie rock group The Dunwell’s were raring to show Manchester what they’re made of at the second show of their latest UK tour and the boys did not disappoint.
MM talks to Emily Barker of Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo about touring, laundrettes and home-cooking ahead of their last ever gig.
The Levellers are performing at the Manchester Academy
Let’s get it on: Manchester musician Tom Barrow looking to draw inspiration from city’s rich musical heritage
He has had a UK number one album, received Brit award and Mercury Prize nominations and has even dated supermodel Cara Delevingne
The concert was Ellen & The Escapades’s first live show since August 2013