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Stereophonics: Manchester Arena – live photo review

Stereophonics Manchester Arena March 13th 2019 Louder Than War photographer Michael Bond, captured Stereophonics on the Manchester leg of their European tour, promoting their 11th studio album...

Oh Wonder: O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London – live review

Pop duo Oh Wonder brought to an end the UK leg of their world tour with a typically ebullient performance at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire

Tove Lo: Albert Hall, Manchester – live review

Swedish purveyor of dark pop Tove Lo delivers a live masterclass full of hits. Imagine a massive house party where the singer bounces around in...

The Sisters Of Mercy: Albert Hall, Manchester – live review

The Sisters Of Mercy Albert Hall, Manchester 7th March 2020 Photos : Mel Butler Great new songs, a regained spark and that voice back again - tonight was...

Onefest : Sheffield Leadmill – live review

Onefest Sheffield Leadmill March 2020 Onefest Facebook page With the aim of connecting disparate music scenes and bridging the North/South divide, the Onefest event took over Sheffield’s...

Dry Cleaning | Pozi | The Wants: Village Underground London – live review

Dry Cleaning | Pozi | The Wants Village Underground London March 3rd 2020 Dry Cleaning have just sold out their biggest venue to date. A very...

Supergrass: O2 Academy, Leeds – live review

Supergrass | Loup Garoux O2 Academy, Leeds Saturday 29th February 2020 Andy Brown heads into a windswept Leeds city centre to catch the mighty Supergrass at the...

Turin Brakes: Hebden Bridge Trades Club – live review

Turin Brakes Hebden Bridge Trades Club Friday 6 March 2020 Paul Clarke says there’s still plenty of quality of songwriting and playing on offer as Turin Brakes...

Alfa Mist: SWX, Bristol – live review

Alfa Mist SWX, Bristol 7th March 2020 Jazz keyboard Alfa Mist and his band stop by SWX to enchant Bristol with their sleek and soulful sound....

Jesse Malin – Night and Day, Manchester – live review

Jesse Malin/ Don DiLego Night and Day, Manchester 5th March 2020 Jesse Malin, one of the great rock’n’roll troubadours of the current generation, is back in Manchester...

Dark Music Days (Myrkir Músíkdagar), Iceland – festival review

Dark Music Days (Myrkir Músíkdagar) Reykjavik, Iceland 26 January to 4 February 2020 Reykjavík's Dark Music Days midwinter festival has now been a mainstay of the world’s...

Working Men’s Club: Gorilla, Manchester – live review

Working Men’s Club Manchester Gorilla 13th February 2020 Live Review Sonically charged and shot through with political discourse, Working Men’s Club exhibit confidence and brutality in staggering...

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