live music

Night and Day Cafe

31st October 2022 | By Jessica Smith

Impending court case looms over iconic Northern Quarter music venue Night and Day

The future of Manchester’s iconic Night and Day café is to be decided at a court hearing later this month. The Oldham Street venue has been...

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6th October 2021 | By Daisy Bradbury

Hundreds of students scramble to sell Warehouse Project tickets after audio issues

Over 300 Warehouse Project tickets have been listed on social media following sound and technical issues at their Repercussions event in September.

ASL Students

18th June 2021 | By Hannah Terry

The festival run by students is back but things are a bit different this year…

Art School Live (ASL) has returned but with a twist as the festival will be live-streamed on 25 and 26 June, hosting an array of...

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30th October 2020 | By Matthew Kay

4,000 new jobs for Manchester residents as Harry Styles invests in new music venue

More than 4,000 new jobs for Manchester residents will be created as Harry Styles invests in the new Co-op Live arena. Harry Styles announced that...

Casey Birks and Matt Hartless of the Maverick 7

31st December 2018 | By Matt Hartless

12 Days of Manchester: Seven is the number of mavericks required to form a band

As we approach the dying embers of 2018, it seems pertinent to look ahead to next year and a band you probably are yet to...

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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...

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30th October 2018 | By Jack Dulhanty

Review: Psychedelic band Khruangbin play sold out gig at Manchester’s Albert Hall

Embed from Getty Images The Burton-based group, Khruangbin, layered piquant guitar-playing, slippery bass-lines and laid-back drumming to create a voraciously infectious sound that played as light as soufflé....

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13th October 2018 | By Isaac Jordan

Refugee art showcased at Journeys Festival aims to break down barriers and prejudice

Manchester was alive and buzzing this past week as Journeys Festival showcased the talents of refugee artists from around the world. The 10-day festival, which was held...

Singer-songwriter, Ed Sheeran, playing acoustic guitar live

17th March 2017 | By nq_admin

Album Review – Ed Sheeran: ÷

His hiatus was seemingly spent mingling with Taylor Swift’s girl squad and partying with the likes of James Blunt and Princess Beatrice, however somewhere in-between...

Foxing, live at The Deaf Institute

16th March 2017 | By nq_admin

Gig Review: Foxing at The Deaf Institute

Deaf Institute really was the perfect setting for this odd little performance. This small but very interesting building that you can find on Grosvenor Street,...