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Steve Hackett: Bridgewater Hall, Manchester – live review

Steve Hackett lights a fire in Winter’s face as two seminal albums – his solo Spectral Mornings and Genesis’ Selling England By The Pound – go head to head.

The Magic Gang all dayer: London – live review

The Magic Gang | Tree Boy & Arc | Happyness | Lazarus Kane | PVA Bad Vibrations, The Boston Arms, London 23rd November 2019 Keith Goldhanger wandered...

Chali 2na & Krafty Kuts: Band on the Wall, Manchester – live review

Chali 2na & Krafty Kuts Band on the Wall, Manchester 24th November 2019 The 'A' night of old-skool hip-hop that’d make even the most death metal fan...

ARGH KiD: Night & Day, Manchester – live review

Wayne AF Carey monkey walks from Weatherspoons to see ARGH KiD stun the hometurf with his best set yet.

Mika: O2 Shepherds Bush, London – live photo review

Mika O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, London 10th November 2019 Shepherds Bush Empire was completely dazzled by Mika's sold-out stunner of a rainbow-themed show. Naomi Dryden-Smith was there...

Iggy Pop: Barbican Hall, London – live review

Iggy Pop Barbican Hall, London 21st November 2019 Iggy Pop performs his latest album, Free, as part of the London EFG Jazz Festival and throws a riotous...

Bat For Lashes: Albert Hall, Manchester – live review

Bat For Lashes Albert Hall, Manchester Nov 24th 2019 Cazz Blase (words) and Melanie Smith (photos) take another trip to Albert Hall, to witness the welcome...

My Life Story: Trades Club, Hebden Bridge – live review

My Life Story Trades Club, Hebden Bridge Saturday 23 November 2019 Paul Clarke watches a master showman at work, as My Life Story plug their first album...

Lankum: Fiddlers, Bristol – live review

Lankum Fiddlers, Bristol 18th November 2019 Dubliners Lankum have been described as the best folk band to come out of Ireland for years, as a sell-out...

Sam Fender: Academy, Manchester – live photo review

Sam Fender Academy, Manchester November 22nd 2019 Louder Than War photographer Michael Bond, captured Sam Fender at a sold-out Academy on a cold Manchester night as part of...

Free Love: YES (Basement), Manchester – live review

Free Love bring a transcendental, dance-heavy performance to the basement of YES. Rhys Delany was there.

The Chats: Berlin – live review

The Chats Berlin Nov 2019 Sadly unnoticed from our safe European homes, a great frontman from a band called the Celibate Rifles, Damien Lovelock died in August...

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