The Chemical Brothers’ acid-bathed electronica, which came to define the 90s, had a near-packed out arena of Xennials reliving their raving heyday on Friday night. And who can blame them.
The father of the tragically killed Viola Beach guitarist River Reeves hopes the inaugural festival in his son’s memory can get so big that monies raised can help disadvantaged kids pursue careers in the arts.
Glastonbury is one of the greatest festivals in the world, showcasing some of the best talents in music and contemporary performing arts.
Some of the UK’s finest music acts will play Manchester’s Sound Control this Sunday to help celebrate the life of a young Sale man diagnosed with terminal cancer.
A seamstress, designer and shop owner is giving a ‘feeling of empowerment’ back to Mancunians by working with charities and taking her trade to various festivals this summer.
Lonely the Brave look confused. I think I have confused Lonely the Brave. “I’m sorry, what was the question?” drummer Gavin Edgeley asks.
Our Fold: Bolton band welcomed into the fold after decade in music wilderness with Manchester XFM gig
MM spoke to Our Fold frontman Damien Riley about the band’s rise to fame over nearly a decade prior to a performance at Manchester’s XFM gig.
‘Jared Leto is NOT a musician’: The Subways’ Billy Lunn says Oscar-winning Thirty Seconds to Mars singer is ‘anti’ rock
Vocalist and guitarist Billy Lunn speaks to MM about The Subways and their new planned album and possible return to Manchester.
Aspall Rugby Football Club is among the organisers
‘If it sounds too good to be true it usually is’: London 2012 Olympic fans warned about bogus ticket sites
Sport and music fans warned about bogus ticket sites.
Interview: Stockport’s Samuel James Routledge discusses first radio play, Glastonbury and Manchester gig
Fresh from his biggest gig to date Samuel seems excited for what he calls his ‘first proper interview’