Not even the heavens opening could stop Limmy’s fans making the trek to The Lowry tonight, which is handy as that’s exactly what happened. As Glasgow’s sometimes-telly, more-often web comedian hits the stage fifteen minutes later than planned (thanks thunderstorm) he’s met with a raucous cheer, something that doesn’t go amiss. “Yes!” exclaims Brian Limond or Limmy as he’s better known. “And on a Tuesday night! Thunder and lightning!” Fans have been waiting a while to see their favourite characters live on stage and tonight’s... Read more »
LIVE: Limmy’s Show Live Arrives At The Lowry
Limmy Live at the Lowry. Try saying that fast five times…
Revisiting Leeds Festival
We return to Leeds Festival after a bit of a break. Has it changed or have we?
NEW NOISE: Fighting Caravans
Leeds’ foursome are set to play their biggest show to date. Here’s what to expect…
LIVE: The Last Shadow Puppets Close Out Castlefield Bowl
Turner and Kane were back in Manchester and not with anything we had come to expect.
Leeds Festival 2016 has just come to an end, closing out the festival season in a swash of booze, bands and mud. It’s been eight years since we last attended the biggest blow out in the North and the changes are stark. What changes, you ask? Well… Topping The Bill The big pull of any festival is of course the line up and this year’s was a bit of a mixed bag. An overcrowded marketplace and lack of headline-ready acts have caused festivals to struggle somewhat in... Read more »
With Reading and Leeds 2016 just around the corner, the preparations for one of the most popular music festivals the UK has to offer are in full swing and the countdown has finally begun. Reading and Leeds has played host to thousands of top class bands over the years and has also given many the ability to be thrust deservingly into the limelight. Leeds based competition Futuresound has continued to provide local acts with the unbelievable opportunity to compete in a musical talent competition in... Read more »
The Last Shadow Puppets' eagerly anticipated bowl gig arrived just after the release of their stunning second album Everything You’ve Come To Expect, which gave us rollicking guitar licks and sensual songwriting all wrapped up in a little pretty package delivered personally by 2016’s version of Jackies poster boys. The gloomy Manchester weather was unable to dampen the spirits of a revved-up crowd wigged up in brown curls and TLSP printed baseball shirts, excited for the arrival of the two (now very manly) men who brought... Read more »
15th June 2016, the day that saw seminal Madchester pop band The Stone Roses kick off their four home dates at the Etihad stadium in their very own special city of Manchester. Waking up that morning, we'd all been automatically been transported back to the era of bucket hats and loose fit jeans. The city was alive with lemon love and citrus sunken sunshine, smiling faces in a sea of Stone Roses T-shirts and Adidas gazelles grooved through the city giving off a surreal buzz.... Read more »