Medium size festival of the year 2016. A beautiful peak district location. Incredible acts. What could go wrong? Ynot 2017 is a controversial one with many people leaving the festival unhappy and disapointed after the entire sunday was cancelled. I however, seemed to have a different experince to many of the ‘festival goers’. Advertisements
Manchester is home to many great bands such as Oasis and Joy Division. They’ve all taken to the biggest stages in the city, with Stone Roses playing the Etihad Stadium last summer. Now has come the time for Manchesters most current and talked about indie-rock band, The Courteeners, to grace the stage of Emirates Old… Continue reading GIG REVIEW | The Courteeners @ Emirates Old Trafford Manchester 27th May
The long-awaited comeback of Peace is finally here and everyone is bursting with joy. The indie-rock quartet went on a brief hiatus, having not released an album since 2015’s ‘Happy People’. There were then rumours last year that one was on the way, with a potential album cover being leaked online, yet nothing more… Continue reading GIG REVIEW | Topman on tour with NME @ The Foundry 24th March
Everything about The Dirty Hit Tour was memorable. Superfood, Pale Waves and King Nun.
I had been waiting for this gig for a long time, the last time I went to see The Sherlocks was in June and it was one of the best gigs I’ve been to. The four piece, indie-rock band are local to Sheffield so the excitement when they announce a show here is uncontainable, which… Continue reading GIG REVIEW | The Sherlocks @ Sheffield Foundry 3rd March
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