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THE HIGH – Rising High

Manchester super group THE HIGH are back with stunning new material and are all set to play 2 big live dates….Somewhere Soon. THE HIGH’s first...

Musicians Against Homelessness: Manchester gigs announced

Hard-hitting new initiative Musicians Against Homelessness comes to venues across Manchester and the surrounding areas this September and October. Manchester has always been at the...

Tom Hingley And The Kar-Pets The Lanes, Bristol – Live Review

Tom Hingley & The Kar-Pets The Lanes, Bristol Saturday 14 May I like to be in the company of legends. And here is a quick list of...

Inspiral Carpets: Derby – live review

The Inspiral Carpets headline Derby - slamming out the indie classics and the new tunes from 2014's self-titled album

Preview: Shiiine On Weekender At Bultin’s, Minehead

With a stellar lineup of acts from yesterday Katie Clare gives us the low down about Novembers Shiiine On Weekender.

Manchester United – Old Trafford 1989

December 16th 1989: the train I’m on is on the slow arcing crawl around to Victoria Station in Manchester, through a desolate landscape of derelict houses and factories

Keeping The Circle Around – The Return Of Playtime Records

The music business has changed a lot since Playtime stopped releasing records in 1997

Accrington Stanley: Exactly – album review

"Accrington Stanley, despite being named after a Lancashire football club are from Southampton"

Half Man Half Biscuit: Holmfirth Picturedome – live review

The gig itself is class song after class song, musically on the ball with great sound throughout.

Ramsbottom Music Festival 2012

So how do I sum this up, I won\'t, I will use the words of John Bramwell, “a F….ing Beautiful Little Festival”

Inspiral Carpets Announce 'Life' Tour

The history of the band means that Life is an album recorded and released at a time of transition.

Tom Hingley and The Lovers – Liverpool – live review

Ex-Inspiral Carpets' frontman Tom Hingley plays The Beast Inside

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