Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Live Review: Torres – Night & Day Cafe, Manchester

The last time Mackenzie Scott, AKA Torres, visited Manchester was March 2020. Without stating the obvious, a lot has happened since, but...

Live Review: Laura Veirs – The Deaf Institute, Manchester

It's only been eighteen months since Laura Veirs' eleventh album My Echo was released. This record was high up on the TFFT...

Live Review: Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – The Roundhouse,...

The buzz heard around The Roundhouse in Camden was electric. On the train to the venue, I could hear people excitedly talking...

Live Review: Michael Kiwanuka – Manchester Apollo

Michael Kiwanuka's third, eponymously titled album release was regarded as one of the best in a decade. That's the previous decade. The...

Live Review: Mitski – Manchester Academy

Wow! I don't think Thank Folk for That have attended a concert with this many screaming girls before. Her previous visits to...

Live Review: Kate Kirby – YES, Manchester

Katy Kirby's album Cool Dry Place arrived back in the February of 2021 to rave reviews. It's full of shimmering indie folk...

Live Review: Future Islands – Manchester Academy

Future Islands' most recent album As Long as You Are was released back in the dark days of 2020. This was probably...

Live Review: Bryde – The Deaf Institute, Manchester

Almost two years in the making, this Bryde tour, like much of life, had to be postponed back in 2020. The focus...

Live Review: Big Thief – Manchester Academy 1

A swift pint before the main act. The nervous anticipation waiting for the start. Jostling for a good spot. Holding your big...

Live Review: Dry Cleaning – Manchester Academy 2

At Manchester Academy 2 on Friday night, there's a continental ambience surrounding opening act PVA despite the trio coming from London. Combining...
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