Tag: Review

LIVE: Parklife Festival, Heaton Park, Manchester

Well, I’ve just about processed how great of an occasion Heaton Park saw last weekend. Parklife Festival returned for its 9th year and was headlined by The XX and Manchester’s own and finest Liam Gallagher. For as long as I…

TRACK: Ella Grace – ‘Run’

London-newcomer Ella Grace presents whimsical pop track ‘Run’ in a follow-up to her acclaimed debut ‘Here We Are Again’. Her music offers a raw approach to tougher topics a lot of mainstream artists stray from, like the painful side of…

TRACK: Wooden Shjips – ‘Red Line’

The aching silence since their last album Back to Land in 2013 is finally being interrupted, with a set of new tracks which are part of their upcoming album V. which is due on May 25 via Thrill Jockey. The…

ALBUM: Holy Wave – ‘Adult Fear’

The Texas-based band Holy Wave have yet again firmly landed another brand new shadowy psych album, titled Adult Fear. Released via The Reverberation Appreciation Society, the band took the opportunity to mold the album into something which wholeheartedly showcases their…

Cabbage

LIVE: Cabbage @ Manchester Art Gallery, 03.04.18

The arrival of Cabbage‘s debut album Nihilistic Glamour Shots is one that has been long-awaited. Dreamt about, written about, we have eagerly anticipated the launch of their (hopefully) long-chain of albums as an active band. Knowingly controversial, Cabbage is indie music’s…

LIVE: Django Django @ O2 Ritz Manchester, 21.03.18

For those who believe Django Django are worth anything less than high flying appraisal as one of the better bands within the indie music scene, this would have been the gig for you. Their performance not only consolidated their talent…

Track: Cabbage – ‘Preach To The Converted’

Mention the words ‘Cabbage’ and ‘album’ and ears prick up. Reactions are gauged and opinions voiced by any music fan with an ear close to the vast ground paced by the Mossley punk-rock quintet. It seems all too surprising Cabbage haven’t…