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Manchester’s all-female DJ collective Not Bad For A Girl release the full lineup and schedule for their First Birthday – a free live stream festival. Starts this Thursday 22nd May, with over 50 acts announced over the Bank Holiday weekend including Låpsley, Rohaan (MAD ZOO/ Unchained Asia), Wxmb 2, Melodic Distraction. Save Our Scene – […]

By Sam Whitehouse.   On the 9th of March 2020, Sasha Velour brought her one woman drag show to the Palace Theatre, Manchester. Part bootleg magic show, part sexy Ted talk, Smoke and Mirrors combines 13 lip-sync performances previously performed in nightclubs and translates them to the big stage. Velour stands before a large screen […]

Written by Charlie O’Brien ‘Kindness… you have to pay it forward.’ The opening monologue, from a Big Issue vendor played by Andrew Sheridan, sets out a theme which will run through both halves of The Manchester Project at Christmas, a marvelous evening’s entertainment emphasising the value of community this advent. Local company Monkeywood have created […]

I arrive at HOME theatre unaccompanied. As it so prevails, this is a courageous act: I am not to know that the next 90 minutes (without an interval to to gather your thoughts and smile meekly at other spellbound strangers) will penetrate the psyche in a manner that will incite me to ponder loneliness like […]

Written by Oscar Cloud and Jake Searle Signed to infamous Manchester label Heist or Hit (one of our favourites), Pizza Girl is the project of Liverpool based singer- songwriter Liam Brown. His music is a mastery of bedroom pop with dreamy instrumentation and enchanting melodies and he is currently touring his debut album ‘First Timer’ […]

Written by Jake Searle //   This week I had a listen to the second EP of The Strange Days – titled “Music For Pleasure”. A gritty indie-garage band, formed by frontmen Declan and Ash, self described “wart-covered stalwarts hailing from the bosom of Brexitland”. Patrick and Isabel joining them on drums and bass, the […]

In light of Dane Baptiste’s upcoming stand-up show ‘The Chocolate Chip’, the comedian, actor and podcaster speaks to Fuse FM about the inspirations behind his act and his other entertainment ventures. Baptiste was nominated for the category “Best Newcomer” at the 2014 Edinburgh Comedy Awards and has since made television appearances in shows such as […]

Written by Louis Golding While walking back from the Castle Hotel last Tuesday mulling over how best to articulate the content of this review, there was one moment to which my mind kept returning returning. Rather than something I had witnessed that night, it was a sentence that I had uttered 3 years prior, sitting […]

Written by Ben Reed I hope that anyone who had the fortune to catch Sampa the Great at Yes will reflect upon the brilliance of the experience. The gig itself was a cathartic playground; every aspect of the performance was of the highest quality. The crowd was alive and the band sublime. Sampa performed with […]