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Posts Tagged ‘gorilla’

It is unusual to enter a concert and be greeted by a completely silent room. At first, I thought the first act hadn’t started yet and the crowd wasn’t feeling very talkative after a busy Tuesday. Then the ethereal sound of Madison McFerrins voice filled up the entire space under Gorilla’s industrial railway arch. As […]

Superorganism have exploded on the scene and true to their name, have evolved a sound far more experimental and technical than most other artists. True to form, their live show follows the same ambition, sound, and audacity seen in their debut album. Upon arrival at Gorilla, I was greeted by a real mix bag of […]

The sold out Rex Orange County gig at Manchester’s Gorilla definitely lived up to expectations.  Rex Orange County, otherwise known as Alex O’Connor and is one of 2018s most exciting new artists. The release of his first two albums bcos u will never be free and Apricot Princess have set the bar high; the gig did not fail to […]

Placed 5th on BBC’s Sound of 2018, Pale Waves have gone from strength to strength and their sold out gig at Manchester’s Gorilla proved why they have been described as ‘the goth pop hybrid you didn’t know you needed.’ As I arrived, Our Girl was just about to begin and I was thoroughly impressed by […]

Hollie Cook leaps on stage to begin her first headline tour stop in Manchester. The support band ‘General Roots’ begin a deep and sonorous rhythm to get the stirring crowd moving, who had become slightly languid from the wait. The warm beat they lay down is then split-open by Cook’s voice, with an excited ‘Hello […]

Peter was supported by Bad Parents, who had a slow start in front of a still thin crowd. However, their closing track ‘You Can’t Date a Model’ – previously a Steve Lamacq 6 music recommends – drew a warm response as the Peter Perrett Posse started to arrive and get into the spirit of things. […]