Little Comets are one of the hardest grafting and underrated bands of the current music industry. Little Comets’ music seems to bathe your soul in warmth and nostalgia. They’re an old-school indie outfit complete with nifty guitar licks, compelling lyricism, and an endearing air of modesty. They are, and have been for a while now, [...]

Sam Griffiths sauntered on the stage just as the lights cut to black and re-lit to portray the intriguing, cinematic quartet The Howl & The Hum. The sold-out Fulford Arms awaited their first cue to be plunged into The Hum’s world of curious narratives, rip-roaring riffs, and a performance that would linger in the consciousness [...]

The Howl & the Hum are a tempestuous 4-piece York born band who give every single upcoming band of 2017 run for their money. Playing as part of Live at Leeds’ ‘Ones to Watch’ day festival, despite still being a fairly niche alt-rock band they’ve already been scouted as a band to keep on your [...]

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 [...]

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. [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]