Category: Live Reviews

LIVE: Jake Bugg @ Mountford Hall, Liverpool 06.03.20

Review and Images by Jonathan Taylor Instagram: jonathantaylorphotography After the recent release of his new single ‘Kiss Like The Sun’ and the anticipation of studio album number five rumoured to be released later this year, Nottingham born singer/songwriter Jake Bugg…

LIVE: Morrissey @ Leeds First Direct Arena 06.03.20

Manchunian icon Morrissey crosses the Pennines to play Leeds First Direct Arena on one of only two UK dates. Between his captivating vocal deliveries and on-stage tirades, Morrissey provided the audience with exactly what has come to be expected from him. Even if it sometimes boarders on parody.  Perhaps the…

LIVE: Sancho Panza @ The Bodega, Nottingham: 28.02.20

Psychedelic-pop quintet Sancho Panza take on their headline homecoming show at Nottingham’s legendary Bodega. The band, formed by Notts-based musicians Cameron Harris, Harry Taylor and Callum Jones, features members who have cut their teeth in midlands-based psychedelic-rock bands, The Lizards…

LIVE: The Courteeners @ Albert Hall, Manchester 16.2.19

Review and images by Jonathan Taylor Instagram jonathantaylorphotography To celebrate the release of their sixth studio album, ‘More. Again. Forever’, which reached number 2 in the album charts, The Courteeners played a series of intimate shows in Kingston upon Thames,…

LIVE: Inhaler @ Academy 2, Birmingham 13.02.20

Review and images by Jonathan Taylor. Instagram jonathantaylorphotography For those of you who are in the dark about this promising musical outfit, Inhaler are an Irish pop rock band originating from Dublin, Ireland. The band consists vocalist/guitarist Elijah Hewson, who…

LIVE: Joe Talbot – Manchester Bread Shed

IDLES frontman Joe Talbot takes to the stage for at Manchester’s Bread Shed for the opening night of his ‘In Conversation’ tour. Joined by local legend Clint Boon, Talbot explored many facets of his storied life and career in music.  Musical support for the night came from rising…

LIVE: The Vandalis – Fuel Bar

Rating: Fresh-faced Mancunian rockers The Vandalis headline the Fuel Bar, with support for the night coming from some of Manchester’s promising punk acts. Opening the night was dream-hazed indie group Martini Police. Despite obvious nerves that come with one’s first…

Review: Blossoms Take Over Rough Trade East

Written by Thomas Muckian Following the release of their third studio album, Stockport’s very own Blossoms returned to Rough Trade East debuting a whole host of tunes from the LP. Stepping into the store, the atmosphere inside seemed fairly subdued;…