4th December 2018 | By Sam Peckett

Manchester’s Grassroots Music and Arts Festival FOUNDATIONS Returns This December

FOUNDATIONS Festival is returning to Manchester this December to celebrate the city’s grassroots alternative music and art scene. Focusing on recognising the talent beyond the...


4th December 2018 | By Kirsty Bird

Anteros return to Soup Kitchen in anticipation of their debut album

London quartet Anteros have swiftly made a name for themselves on the alternative scene after releasing their self-titled debut in 2014. With undertones of music...


3rd December 2018 | By nq_admin

Review: Lil Pump Brings Raw Energy To Manchester In Sold Out Gig

  With viral success at just 16 years old, American rapper Lil Pump has emerged out of the Florida underground rap scene and landed success...


28th November 2018 | By nq_admin

Review: Emma Blackery Owns The Stage at Manchester Academy

    No longer just the girl who makes videos in her bedroom, Youtuber, turned pop star Emma Blackery owned the stage on Saturday night...


19th November 2018 | By Sarai Van-Cook

Review: The Vulnerables deliver a soulful and authentic performance at Lock 91

The Vulnerables are a Manchester based six-piece alternative rock band with a difference – in that lead vocalist Ruby Sherwood-Martin performs alongside both her dad...


15th November 2018 | By Matt Hartless

Review: Is this the real life? Queen biopic plays fast and loose with the facts

Bohemian Rhapsody is a 2018 biopic about Freddie Mercury directed by Bryan Singer and starring Rami Malek as the Queen frontman. The film charts the...


14th November 2018 | By nq_admin

Review: Rudimental send crowd into frenzy at O2 Apollo in Manchester

Rudimental are an English drum and bass band who first rose to the scenes in 2012 after patiently releasing singles for a year in 2011. The...


13th November 2018 | By Matt Hartless

Review: Eighth Muse studio album Simulation Theory is a record of two halves

I’ve often said being a fan of Muse is like being a fan of M Night Shyamalan. Their first few efforts were amazing and then...


10th November 2018 | By Amy Bevan

Pale Waves send crowd into raptures at sold out O2 Ritz gig

Originally from Manchester and launched into the world in 2014, Pale Waves have burst onto the music scene with their unique style and even crazier...