Stockport, a small industrial town 7 miles south-east of Manchester’s hustling city centre, has recently been landmarked as “the home of Blossoms” Last night, 203.6 miles from Stockport in the iconic O2 Forum in Kentish Town, Blossoms proved just why they deserve to be remembered not just within their hometown, but a lot further afield.
A sold out Roundhouse gathered in Camden, London on a humid Tuesday evening to see Oh Wonder – consisting of south-east Londoners Josephine Vander Gucht and Anthony West.
It was only a few weeks ago that Clay, the charming lads from Leeds, played at Birmingham’s Sunflower Lounge and what a show they put on. Clay are rapidly up and coming on the indie scene and have recently released their new EP ‘Heaven‘, what better way to promote this than to play in the …
The Winchester, Bournemouth was the back drop to the festival shop chic sound that Aussie band Ocean Ally provided.
2000 Trees. A festival close to home, not too big and not too small. Perfectly placed and perfectly sized. This makes for a good start.
An incredible set from the chart-topping band who set the Wireless crowd into a mad frenzy when playing a jam packed hour long set of their best hits.
The Night Café recently headlined another gig at the Buyers Club and just like last time, they absolutely killed it!
Having the opportunity of seeing such an influential band like The Stone Roses doesn’t come round often and I am beyond ecstatic that I grabbed this opportunity with both hands.
Rat Boy certainly impressed myself and the audience with their brilliant set of their original well-known songs such as ‘Sign On’ along with playing a lot of new songs expected to be on their debut album.
On Friday, I went to the Genting Arena in Birmingham to see Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds – and boy, what a night it was.