Mercury Prize Winners Elbow have curated an album as part of an exclusive artwork exhibition heading to Manchester this week – Sounds of the North, in town from September 19-30.
The Bard of Salford John Cooper Clarke turns 70 today, and doesn’t look a day older than when he burst onto the scene over 40 years ago.
A Manchester lad who helped changed the face of music forever, Pete Shelley will go down in the annals of history for his contribution to punk.
New Order performed their only UK show of 2018 at Alexandra Palace in London on Friday night, delivering a timeless set filled with songs both old and new from the band’s 40-year history.
A free exhibition is taking place celebrating Manchester’s rock music legends from the dawn of punk to present day.
To find out more about The Refuge exhibition Suffragette City, MM caught up with Shari Denson and Julia Adamson, two of the women behind-the-scenes in Manchester’s music scene featured in the exhibition to hear about the state of the city’s music now, musical promotion in a modern age and their own self-confidence.
Joy Division and New Order’s music celebrated in art exhibition for Manchester International Festival
The exhibition was commissioned and produced as part of Manchester International Festival (MIF) in the latest of a series of collaborations with the gallery, following Ed Atkins’ Performance Capture in 2015.
Legendary Manchester musician Peter Hook is set to appear at Salford Lads’ Club on Saturday October 15 to promote his new book.
Manchester is a melting pot of culture and style and is becoming one of Europe’s fastest growing, and most recognisable, creative hubs.
Macclesfield-born musician Jake Evans rounded off his UK tour on Friday night at Manchester’s Deaf Institute.
Ghostpoet on Joy Division, Shedding Skin and ‘sheer luck’ of Myspace discovery ahead of Northern Quarter gig
Obaro Ejimiwe – otherwise known as Ghostpoet – is responsible for some of this year’s most original and exciting music.