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12th June 2013
Manchester Parklife, festival number four. In its three years it’s grown up and moved house from the cosy Platt Fields Park to the monumental Heaton Park and the student spirit has been replaced by a huge field flooded with 60,000 people. And hard drugs. Lots of them.
7th June 2013
So has it really been that long already? Thirteen years since we first heard 'Bohemian Like You', and it still resounds in my ears, and you know what it will properly be there in anther thirteen years to come. I’m not normally a fan of remastered, repackaged, re-give-us-all-your-money >>
31st May 2013
Now in its third year, Manchester’s Parklife Festival is back bigger and better than ever. It's phenomenal success has seen the festival grow year-on-year since its inception and resulted in Platt Fields Park no longer being big enough to accommodate the event.
30th May 2013
After highly acclaimed debut solo record 'The Hardship Diaries' one of the hardest working men in music, InMe frontman Dave McPherson has given it another go. But second records are notoriously difficult though, could new offering Dreamoirs repeat the success?
28th May 2013
Metal icons? They don’t come much more iconic than Anthrax’s diminutive guitar hero. Axe in hand, he’s been ripping up stages worldwide for the better part of thirty years. Now he’s the latest hard-rocker to tackle the spoken-word gauntlet. What to expect? Thomas Cairney found out…
27th May 2013
They close with an unbelievably good version of THE classic 'Spirit of Radio', the sound of Rush fans spontaneous combusting across the venue is clearly audible.
25th May 2013
The night gave fans a chance to see ‘behind the velvet curtain’, into a world that many of us have watched with interest from afar for many years and it was a real treat to have it delivered to us in such a down-to-earth and heartfelt way.
8th May 2013
Combining drums and bass, Indian vibes,dub beats and punk rock influences with hard hitting lyrics, the brilliant Asian Dub Foundation return to the London stage on Friday May 17th at the O2 Indigo Arena in London. We have got a pair of tickets go give away.
1st May 2013
Annie Dressner is a New York born singer/songwriter but moved to the UK last year (I can't imagine it was for our weather). Since then she has released her debut ‘Strangers who Know Each Other’s Names’ and played many live shows both here and on the other side of the Atlantic.
30th April 2013
Walking Papers, the Seattle band, featuring Jeff Angell, Barrett Martin, Duff McKagen and Benjamin Anderson, are on tour in support of their brilliant self titled debut album.
29th April 2013
With their upcoming double header with the mighty Devin Townsend Project (not to mention the fantastic Periphery) coming up this Friday 3rd May at the O2 Academy Brixton, Flush The Fashion had Colours To Shame guitarist Thomas Cairney sit down with Meshuggah’s guitar colossus Marten Hagstrom to >>
29th April 2013
As costume and set changes happen a collection of half-fashion short film, and half-empowering spoken word play on, these are captivating but after a while you start to feel short changed. After all, you pay a hefty ticket price to see her in person, not a five minute video. You feel like you >>
26th April 2013
Pink’s show starts off with an Andy Kaufman type (The ringmaster) wandering around in a sparkly suit like an extra from Beetlejuice. Then the 33-year-old energetically kicks her show with into gear with ‘Raise Your Glass’ - hanging upside down by a bungee rope attached to three half-naked >>