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REVIEW: Ged Duffy – Factory Fairy Tales autobiography

REVIEW: Ged Duffy – Factory Fairy Tales autobiography

In and around the northern quarters of Manchester have been many names associated with its cultural movements including Peter Hook, Mani, Tony Wilson, even John Cooper Clarke. Names that might not trip off the tongue as easily as the aforenoted…

NEWS: Rockfield: The Studio On The Farm film

REVIEW: The Rockfield Studios Film

The legendary Rockfield Studios situated in Rockfield, Monmouth in Wales has a detailed and varied history of musicians making the pilgrimage to its hallowed walls to record unforgettable music, some of the stories and music has now been compiled together…

NEWS: Rockfield: The Studio On The Farm film

NEWS: Rockfield: The Studio On The Farm film

Rockfield Studios situated in Monmouth, Wales has been the mecca of recording studios for many top flight bands including The Stone Roses, Simple Minds and Black Sabbath over many years. Rockfield: The Studio On The Farm, which receives its world…

SINGLE REVIEW: West On Colfax – Choke Hold

SINGLE REVIEW: West On Colfax – Choke Hold

Having been in and around the music business for some time now the debut single by West On Colfax entitled Choke Hold oozes class. Released on January 10th on new label Greenhorse Records the band are set for special things…

LIVE: Ivory Wave @ Night People, Manchester 24.10.18

Ivory Wave burst onto the Manchester scene last Saturday night with their vibrant setlist. The Birmingham five piece performed their latest track ‘Frankie’, which reflect a 90’s inspired track with the animated guitar melodies of The Stone Roses.  ‘Paradise’ opened the…

Ones To Watch: FLESH

FLESH launch a mix of their fellow Mancunians – Happy Mondays, Stone Roses and Oasis – in their attention grabbing tracks. Seeing FLESH perform in their home city itself, the band has even introduced their own version of Bez – fashioning an…

10 of the Best Guitar Solos

1. Jimi Hendrix – ‘Are you Experienced?’ History is littered with people who are bestowed with the title of ‘genius’. It’s as much an abused, misunderstood term as ‘celebrity’ is these days. I’m drawn to artists who are auteurs, but at the same…