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Neighbourhood Festival 2019: Manchester – live review

Will Metcalfe and Nigel Carr spent most of the day in Manchester checking out some of the best the city had to offer at Neighbourhood festival

Fat White Family, Shame, O’Connell & Love, The Railway Tulse Hill, 5th Oct 2019

Fat White Family | Shame | O'Connell' & Love's Lorry Love  The Railway Tulse Hill, London October 5th 2019 A secret gig with a legendary line-up, Phil...

Alice Cooper: Resorts World Arena, Birmingham – live review

Alice Cooper Resorts World Arena, Birmingham October 11th 2019 When Alice Cooper invites you to his castle of horror, it’s damn near impossible to turn down the...

ILL Single Launch + Glove/GSY!PA/DJ Mix-Stress: live review

This was a gig with community and creativity at its heart – as three bands: Godspeed You! Peter Andre, Glove and ILL with their headlining single launch - came to the co-operative Manchester venue Partisan Collective, a tucked-away haven of talent located just off Cheetham Hill Road. This 12 October Saturday night was finalised with an immersive DJ set courtesy of DJ Mix-Stress.

Black Flag: the Engine Rooms, Southampton – live review

Live Review Black Flag: the Engine Rooms, Southampton 11/10/2019 The Greg Ginn/ Mike Vallely line-up of the legendary American Hardcore band tour the UK and go...

Looe Festival: Cornwall – live review

Fun Loving Criminals and Level 42 join strong local line up for revived festival on the beach with one of the best backdrops on the circuit

James Holt: The Deaf Institute – live review

Wayne AF Carey tones down the swearing for a mellow night of indie folk blues for once.

The St. Pierre Snake Invasion x Cassels: The Lexington, London – live photo review

The St. Pierre Snake Invasion x Cassels The Lexington, London 30th September 2019 The St. Pierre Snake Invasion and Cassels hit the capital for a double whammy...

SLEEP: 02 Ritz, Manchester – live review

SLEEP O2 Ritz, Manchester 5th October 2019 SLEEP prove once again that heavy music is medicine for the soul. A night of Sabbathian noise to cure a...

John (Timestwo) – The Castle, Manchester – live review

John packed The Castle in Manchester on Friday night ably assisted by Slap Rash and Slow Hand Clapping. Nigel Carr was there to watch the mayhem unfold and reports for Louder Than War.

Richard Hawley: O2 Academy, Bristol – live review

Richard Hawley O2 Academy, Bristol 2nd October 2019 Richard Hawley croons into Bristol, Elfyn Griffith applies the brylcreem... Richard Hawley could exist in any of the past six...

Factory Acts, Rodney Cromwell and Alice Hubble – The Eagle Inn, Salford – live review

An enigmatic venue and immersive electronica were a winning combination as a trio of artists - Factory Acts, Rodney Cromwell and Alice Hubble –...

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