Robert Plant @ Manchester O2 Apollo

Hey guys, so a few weeks ago I saw my favourite person on this entire planet and it was honestly so surreal- read my review below and I shall add the link when it features on The Mancunion website- it is currently printed in Issue 12!! Having seen Mr Plant strolling down Oxford Road whilst … Continue reading Robert Plant @ Manchester O2 Apollo

Wolf Alice @ Manchester O2 Apollo

Hey guys so I went to review Wolf Alice last week at the Apollo along with a photo pass! Check out what I thought below... To read on The Mancunion Website: http://mancunion.com/2017/11/17/live-review-wolf-alice/ All photos are mine North-London quartet Wolf Alice returned to the Manchester O2 Apollo with their electric second album Visions of a Life. … Continue reading Wolf Alice @ Manchester O2 Apollo

Pale Waves @ Sound Control 18/10/17

Pale Waves are a shimmering, glimmering Mancunian quartet who have really risen to prominence over the past year in which they’ve released their first two official singles ‘There’s a Honey’ and ‘Television Romance’.  Heather’s hazy vocals embellish a blend of soft and intricate guitar riffs which are accompanied by drummer Ciara’s bold beats producing singles … Continue reading Pale Waves @ Sound Control 18/10/17

The Howl and The Hum & JAWS @ Neighbourhood Festival 2017

Hey guys, so two of my reviews along with some photos I've taken were just published in Issue 5 of the Mancunion student's newspaper! Pretty cool huh? Make sure to pick up an issue if you're local, if not I've posted the link to one here and the other is below ( will post the … Continue reading The Howl and The Hum & JAWS @ Neighbourhood Festival 2017

Dead Pretties at the Castle Hotel 28/09/17

Hey guys! I haven’t written anything for my blog in such a long time for various reasons including a-levels, family stuff, travelling and starting uni blah blah blah but hopefully I’m gonna be back on it more than ever now that I live in Manchester. I genuinely believe that Manc still is and always has … Continue reading Dead Pretties at the Castle Hotel 28/09/17

Godmanchester Chinese Bridge Single Review- The Howl & The Hum 29/03/17

Hey guys! So my favourite new discovery, The Howl & The Hum, have finally released their first single online and as if this wasn’t exciting enough, it happens to be my absolute favourite song that I’ve heard them play. I first heard these lads support ‘Heir’ at The Wardrobe last year and was so astounded … Continue reading Godmanchester Chinese Bridge Single Review- The Howl & The Hum 29/03/17

Little Comets at Leeds University Stylus 17/03/17

Hi guys! Last night I went to see one of my all-time favourite bands Little Comets for the fourth time who have just released their newest album ‘Worhead’. Having not had chance to listen to it prior to the gig I was incredibly excited to hear it live for the first time and experience it … Continue reading Little Comets at Leeds University Stylus 17/03/17

Upcoming bands of 2017

Hey guys, sorry that I haven't posted in such a long time, I've been ridiculosly busy! However, I have compiled a list of bands who have recently released music that I think you should keep your eye on particularly this year. This will probably be in two parts so here's part one...   'Fiction Act' … Continue reading Upcoming bands of 2017

“F*ck it, let’s do it now”: An interview with Oscar Lulu

After releasing ‘Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect’ just 5 days ago, Sundara Karma’s electrifying debut album has already reached into the Top 20 of the charts and stunned various critics such as the Daily Star who claimed it was ‘2017’s First Great Album’ as well as Clash Magazine who described it as ‘A … Continue reading “F*ck it, let’s do it now”: An interview with Oscar Lulu

‘Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect’, Sundara Karma’s debut review

I have been a fan of Sundara Karma since their emergence in 2014 so when they announced that they were finally releasing their debut ‘Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect’ last year, I was ecstatic. Having released the titles of their tracklist prior to the actual release, I was pleased to see their classics … Continue reading ‘Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect’, Sundara Karma’s debut review