Issy Murray gives a comprehensive run down of Manchester’s greats and their music.
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Issy Murray reviews The 1975’s latest single
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Stephen Ong reviews The 1975’s Exeter show
Among the collection of highly anticipated albums to be released this spring includes the debut record from The Japanese House, the solo project of London-based Amber Bain. The dream-pop and electronica signature of The Japanese House is one of the blossoming sounds on dynamic indie label Dirty Hit Records, and Bain took some time to […]
Mysterious and ominous, the venue for The Japanese House’s performance, Thekla, is a docked boat that looms in the harbour, a stone’s throw from the heart of Bristol city centre. Although it appears cold and unforgiving from the outside, once inside, it opens up into a small and intimate venue, for no more than 200 […]
On the 3rd of October Pale Waves ended the UK leg of their tour at the O2 Academy in Bristol. Before even entering the venue, it was clearly going to be an auspicious event. The O2 Priority line was overflowed with keen young fans: a large group held bouquets of roses, and many were dressed […]
On the last day of the Pale Waves UK tour, I was lucky enough to interview lead singer and songwriter Heather Baron Gracie at the O2 Academy in Bristol about tour life, home life, musical and aesthetic influences, and loving pop music. So it’s been a really big year for you guys! You came fifth in […]
My Mind Makes Noises is the first studio album released by Mancunian quartet Pale Waves, coming just seven months after their studio EP All The Things I Never Said. The EP won plaudits for its jagged, pop-rock sound, with lead singer Heather Baron-Gracie belting out four encouraging singles. They were unique, with amazing guitar riffs […]