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LIVE: The Killers at Manchester Arena Review

It’s been almost five years since The Killers last performed at Manchester Arena, but the band have returned to “their musical home” tonight and last night in light of their latest album release, Wonderful Wonderful.   Hailing from Las Vegas, Nevada, The Killers open up with the first track on the new album, also named… Continue reading LIVE: The Killers at Manchester Arena Review

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Dua Lipa: She Guaranteed She Would” Blow Our Minds…(Mwah)”

Pop singer and songwriter, Dua Lipa, rewrote the rulebook when she graced Manchester Academy for her self-titled tour, leaving an awe-inspiring message … “DON’T TEXT HIM BACK!”   Selling out the show months prior to the gig, Dua Lipa has already racked up a fantastic catalogue of singles. From ‘Scared to be Lonely’ with Martin… Continue reading Dua Lipa: She Guaranteed She Would” Blow Our Minds…(Mwah)”

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Friction At Antwerp Mansion. The Drum And Bass DJ Whose “Eclectic Mixing Was Seamless And Unrelenting.”

Brighton’s own Drum and Bass pioneer, Ed Keeley, better known by his alias, Friction, stepped onto the decks at Manchester’s own post apocalyptic den, Antwerp Mansion for a masterclass in the UK’s favourite sub genre on Saturday. Following his recent success of multiple releases on UKF, Viper Recordings and Ed’s own label Shogun Audio, he… Continue reading Friction At Antwerp Mansion. The Drum And Bass DJ Whose “Eclectic Mixing Was Seamless And Unrelenting.”

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High Tyde at the Deaf Institute- Review

Fresh off the back from supporting four-piece band, The Hunna’s, UK tour, Brighton-based four piece, High Tyde embarked upon their UK headline tour- beginning in one of Manchester’s notoriously intimate small venues, The Deaf Institute on March 13th. As teenagers began to tightly pack into the historic venue (previously an institute for the deaf), Pale… Continue reading High Tyde at the Deaf Institute- Review

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Sundara Karma at Albert Hall- Review

SUNDARA Karma returned to Manchester on Thursday 16 February to play their biggest sell-out show in the city at the Albert Hall. Playing at the Soup Kitchen just over a year ago, the band four-piece band, haling from Reading, have since released their debut album, ‘Youth is ever only fun in retrospect,’ catapulting them onto… Continue reading Sundara Karma at Albert Hall- Review

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Jack Rocks This Feeling at Night and Day Cafe- Review

JACK Rocks This Feeling stage took over Night and Day café on Saturday night with some of the hottest upcoming bands to come in 2017 and I went along to see what some of the talent had to offer…   With an eight-band star line up on offer for only £5 in advance, and a free… Continue reading Jack Rocks This Feeling at Night and Day Cafe- Review