One of the UK’s leading rappers Headie One gave Manchester a night to remember. The atmosphere electric, bursting with compelling
A review of the popular indie rock band Sea Girls as they finished off their UK tour in Manchester.
A set full of indie rock magic from the masters of cinematic grunge From the reverberating opening chords of ‘I
Much has been made recently of the terrible impact of coronavirus on the UK economy. The outlook seems to grow
I’m looking at the phrase ‘Sleater Kinney’ written in an understated font on a drumhead from the front row of the Manchester Academy, and reflecting that at one point in the career of this riot grrrl behemoth, I would not have been allowed into the room.
The tour includes 55 dates between Febraury and October after the release of his ‘Heavy is the Head’ album. Stormzy will be in Manchester on Thursday 17th September 2020.
MM are blown away by the simple power of a drum and guitar as Eddie & The Hot Rods then Stiff Little Fingers bring their powerful punk rock to Manchester Academy.
Punk rock pioneers Stiff Little Fingers to celebrate debut album’s 40th anniversary with gig in Manchester
Punk pioneers Stiff Little Fingers are coming back to Manchester, celebrating the 40th anniversary of their debut album Inflammable Material.
Stepping out at Manchester Academy on Saturday evening wrapped in monochrome outfits and backlit with plush golds, you’d think Jungle are a band that don’t seem short of an ego.
Neo-Soul to Minimal Techno: Apollonia, Jungle and Miller feature in February’s top five Manchester electronic gigs
Ah, February. The new-year malaise has almost all but worn off, supermarket aisles everywhere are ambushed with love hearts et al, and to top things off it’s really, really cold outside. Fear not however as MM look at five electronic scene gigs to warm your cockles.
‘If I found sobriety I might lose numbers’: Comic Doug Stanhope tells MM about the ‘fraudulent’ world of comedy
Doug Stanhope is a fraud. Yes, he really is a revered stand-up comedian, alcoholic, provocateur, and he really was the cantankerous ‘Voice of America’ on Charlie Brooker’s Weekly Wipe.