The French electro-swing band surpassed the expectations of even long-term fans as their astounding live performance in Manchester made the Ritz swing.
Being a northerner, when Franko Fraize describes Manchester as ‘pukka’ it’s difficult to know exactly what it means, but it certainly sounds positive.
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.
After signing a major record deal with Virgin EMI, the self-confessed working class Stockport five-piece are now in the process of recording their debut album.
Metric used a plethora of digital tools to let Manchester know that the fusion of man and machine, if done right, can put on an incredible show.
‘Speed blues, new-wave, punk anarchy’ – that’s what is on the bill when The Strypes take to the stage at the Ritz in Manchester this Saturday.
Manchester music fans were left disappointed last night after The Libertines pulled out of tonight’s scheduled gig at The Ritz.
Everyone from your nan to Dave in IT made their way to the Ritz on Friday night to dad dance in the splendour of 80s smooth operator Billy Ocean.
Arguably the biggest cult band in the UK, brothers Gary, Ryan and Ross Jarman have racked up an army of die-hard fans over the years and after a two year hiatus the long-haired lads have returned to Manchester to play a sold-out gig at The Ritz.
The War on Drugs sold out Manchester’s The Ritz on their tour for latest LP Lost in the Dream.
A self-crowned champion of teenage girl’s hearts, ex-My Chemical Romance front-man, Gerard Way, kicked off his solo tour at the atmospheric Ritz last night.