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Gallery: Wild Beasts // O2 Apollo Manchester, 16.02.18

2018 signals the split of Wild Beasts, a band who have graced people’s ears for over a decade. Manchester saw the penultimate show on a run of their final ever live performances. The audience were treated to a mammoth 23-song set, which lasted the best part of 2 hours. Our photographer Lewis Evans headed down […]Read More

Gallery: Loyle Carner // O2 Ritz Manchester, 12.10.17

Loyle Carner’s take on UK hip-hop is taking the country by storm and the emotive content within his songs is really striking a connection with fans and fellow music lovers, alike. His popularity is reflected by the gargantuan venues that he now finds himself in and his Manchester date is a fitting finale to a […]Read More

Album Review: Pollinator // Blondie

Ghosts of Download released in 2014 may have been a sign of changing times for Blondie, a fear that they might be lost in the new age of sound and music production but three years later Blondie’s latest album Pollinator released on 5th May 2017 is the resurgence of one of the greatest bands of all time. […]Read More

Track Review: Home // SPINN

It’s time to add SPINN to the long list of the coolest Liverpool bands. The four-piece, made up of lead singer and guitarist Jonathon Quinn, lead guitarist and keyboard player Andy Power, bassist and backing vocalist Sean McLachlan and drummer George Whitehead, are a dreamy jangle-pop delight. Their newest single ‘Home’ floats by, transporting the […]Read More

The Month in Films: July 2015

Summer is finally here! And we have some cracking films coming your way, on DVD and Blu-ray this July. Among the releases this month are an Oscar-winning drama, a surreal black comedy and two sweetly crafted animations. Still Alice Still Alice, which this year won Julianne Moore her long overdue first Oscar, is a film […]Read More

Song of the Week (29th June): Little May // Home

‘Home’ begins with a discordant mix of bass and chimes, which proves to be the perfect introduction to lead singer Hannah Field’s voice which is refreshingly lovely – soft with husky undertones. The track builds beautifully, the piano refrain blending with understated vocal harmonies, conjuring up comparisons with The Paper Kites. As the track intensifies […]Read More