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Coming to Manchester for the first time, Rhye graced the audience with music from both their recently released “Blood” album and their 2013 release, “Woman”. Originally a duo, the act is now centred around Michael Milosh, who tonight was supported by a 6-piece band. The first audience interaction came after the first two songs, when […]

Throughout the yearly Warehouse Project season, there are always a handful of one-off shows not hosted in the usual haunts of Store Street, but shows that utilise the variety of different venues that Manchester has to offer. This year is no exception, and last week they hosted a Stone Island-sponsored party in Old Granada Studios […]

  IT’S BACK AND BETTER THAN EVER! Fuse LIVE returns on November 14th, and have we got a show for you! – Hardwicke Circus – The Tom Knight Band – Ace Motel Tickets are £5 online or on the door, so turn up early to make sure you don’t miss out! Tickets: https://manchesterstudentsunion.com/groups/fuse-fm/events/fuse-live-14th-november/buy_ticket Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/353580895101297/ #FuseLIVE

                                    Loyle Carner played at the O2 Ritz in Manchester on the 12th October and I think it was honestly one of the best gigs I have ever been to. Having missed Loyle Carner at various festivals and […]

Gig Preview: Rhye

Gig Preview: Rhye at the O2 Ritz   Currently touring what is only their second album, Blood, despite having put out music as early as 2013,  Rhye are due to grace Manchester with their ethereal, other-worldly sound on Wednesday 6th June. The group, led by Milosh, are known for their trademark vocals and multi-instrumentalism; the perfect […]

Having built up a cult following through Bandcamp with his lo-fi indie rock sound, Philadelphia musician (Sandy) Alex G was signed by Domino in 2015, though his performance at the Deaf Institute was still very much embedded in DIY principles. Alex and his band appeared a couple of minutes before their scheduled start time, tweaked […]

Arriving at Warehouse Project on Friday night I was greeted with one of the biggest crowds I’d ever seen at the venue, all queuing up in anticipation for a night full of grime, hip-hop, and the main man himself – Giggs. Warehouse Project events are always a masterclass in consistency, whole nights curated to certain […]

The line-up for the evening was an absolute treat on paper. It was a triple bill of my absolute favourite electronic artists: Jon Hopkins, Floating Points and Daphni. Starting off as an extra bonus was the German DJ Roman Flugel who moved from light and airy electronica into much darker realms as the set moved […]