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Kid Kapichi Have Dropped A New Single

Kid Kapichi have released a powerful new single and video, Glitterati, today. The track comments on social media, self-indulgence and an insatiable thirst for decadence. Talking about the new track vocalist Jack Wilson explains “It’s a tongue in cheek look at the materialistic world in which we live, where Instagram culture rules and people’s want for the next outrageous thing grows and grows. We sing, give me the glitterati because… Keep Reading

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Soaring at The Eagle in Salford – Argh Kid, Dave Viney and narcissus

Soaring at The Eagle in Salford – Argh Kid, Dave Viney and narcissus in full effect. Sold Out gig delivers rhythm and rhyme ripe for bigger audiences. This line-up always promised to be more than special and it didn’t disappoint. Those of us lucky enough to get a ticket for this line-up in the iconic venue of The Eagle experienced a multi style mash up of an evening. The best… Keep Reading

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Paul Gilbert Unveils New Song ‘Things Can Walk To You’

On May 17th, Music Theories will release Behold Electric Guitar, Paul Gilbert’s newest album. Ahead of the release of the album, Paul has unveiled another new track, Things Can Walk To You. “Things Can Walk to You” is the closing track on my new album “Behold Electric Guitar,” and although it is performed as an instrumental, the melody is based on my most recent cantankerous lyrics. Let me tell you the story.… Keep Reading

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Lollapalooza Returns To Grant Park With An Epic Lineup You Won’t Want To Miss!

How can you not be excited by an all-star lineup featuring four days of the worlds best musicians hitting the stage one after another? Lollapalooza is THE music festival in the Chicago area each and every year. This year’s lineup leaves our jaw’s on the floor as they manage to pack endless amounts of talent into one 4-day weekend. The headliners include Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino (I personally can’t wait… Keep Reading

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John Fairhurst – UK Tour Started 12th April 2019

London-based John Fairhurst makes heavy blues for heavy times. In equal parts revealing, vulgar, cathartic and thrilling, the virtuoso guitarist is channelling the discontent felt in the world to pay tribute to – and to update – the very idea of rock n roll as protest music..  “Personal greed has far outstripped the need to support the health of society. British politics is a farce. The Government are liars”, states… Keep Reading

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Gov’t Mule May-June 2019 European Tour

Gov’t Mule will be returning to Europe in May for a run of 11 show as part of their international ‘Spring Tour’. Beginning in the UK and calling through France, Belgium, Germany and finishing in the Netherlands. No two Gov’t Mule shows are alike, as the band draws on the more than 300 songs in their repertoire (and often a host of special guests) to create a unique experience each… Keep Reading

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Nina Nesbitt is a rising star with an ever growing army of fans, playing to a sell out Manchester Acedemy

 to a devoted and ever growing fanbase. Manchester Academy has over the years hosted many up and coming artists as well as some of the biggest hitters listed on any tour roster, Oasis, AC/DC, Lady Gaga, Prince, Pink Floyd to name just a few. Manchester Academy 2 and its 950-capacity held host to Nina Nesbitt who had sold out the venue well in advance of tonight’s performance. Its only a… Keep Reading

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The Zutons Hit Fever Pitch at Manchester’s Albert Halls

The Zutons are infectious, and have been sorely missed as they Bring Zuton Fever to Manchester Having been off the scene for over a decade Zuton Fever returned to Manchester’s Albert Hall’s. Over 2000 people eagerly fill the Venue to capacity, since the initial announcement of the tour, Who Killed The Zutons, has gathered momentum, growing from a handful of events growing into more venues along with a healthy dose… Keep Reading

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Soren Andersen signs deal with Mighty Music

Danish guitar extraordinaire Soren Andersen signs international record deal with Mighty Music. Soren is the guitarist of Glenn Hughes, Jesper Binzer (D-A-D) and has worked closely together with Mike Tramp for many years. Besides being a musician, Soren is also a highly acclaimed producer at his Medley Studio. His new solo album, “Guilty Pleasures”, will be released in September 2019 on LP, CD and digitally. Soren Andersen states: “It’s official! Today… Keep Reading

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Sly Antics Debut New Tunes at Intimate Gig

Last night it was out with the old, and in with the new as Sly Antics played their first headliner of 2019. Who’d have thought a church would make such a good music venue. Sacred Trinity Church in Salford was turned into a music venue last night, as Sly Antics, alongside Joel Gardner and Circus, delivered an almighty noise capable of waking the dead. Admittedly, I was sceptical going into… Keep Reading

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LET’S ROCK – THE RETRO WINTER TOUR 2019

After the hugely successful Let’s Rock Christmas Arena show in 2017, we are thrilled to announce our new Let’s Rock Retro Winter Tour, celebrating the best music of the 80s. Tony Hadley, Marc Almond, Jimmy Somerville and Nik Kershaw are headlining the shows in Nottingham and Wembley. ABC, Marc Almond, Tony Hadley and Nik Kershaw will be headlining our Glasgow show. Support acts at all venues include Boney M, Altered… Keep Reading

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Hollis Brown Unveil Live Performance of ‘Do Me Right’ From Music Human Live Session

Hollis Brown are delighted to unveil their recent live session with Music Human. The New York based band performed their recent new track Do Me Right, taken from their new album Ozone Park, which is released on 7th June. Hailing from New York, the beginnings of the quartet was born out of a garage in the Ozone Park neighbourhood of Queens on a steady diet of psychedelia and basement jams in Greenwich Village.  Their first show came… Keep Reading

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LIVE: Holding Absence – Rebellion, Manchester

With their strikingly emotive, eponymously titled, debut album still very fresh in our minds Holding Absence set off on their latest UK headline tour. Flick Of The Finger’s Katie Clare and Samantha Guess gleefully head to Manchester’s Rebellion to experience up close the Cymry cerddorion latest poignant work. Keep Reading

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George Benson Unveils Official Video For Havana Moon

George Benson gets back to Americana basics on ‘Walking to New Orleans‘ The legendary jazz guitarist’s double-barreled tribute to both piano-pounding Crescent City hit machine Fats Domino and the original rock guitar hero and poet, Chuck Berry. The album will be released on 26th April via Mascot Label Group/Provogue. The Chuck Berry songbook is represented on ‘Walking To New Orleans’ by “Nadine (Is It You?),” “You Can’t Catch Me,” “Havana Moon,” “Memphis, Tennessee,” and “How You’ve Changed.” Fats Domino weighs… Keep Reading

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YANA You Are Not Alone Festival, March 30th At Jimmy’s/Night & Day/Whiskey Jar

Saturday afternoon and Northern Quarter was alive with people. Guitar and flight cases were lined up outside venues alongside gig goers being told to take their drinks back.  The reason was the sold out and stellar line up of YANA Festival the one dayer raising money for Manchester MIND a cause clearly close to the hearts of performers and attendees alike In the words of organiser Ben Taylor “It was down… Keep Reading

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Raconteurs Announce Name For New Album

After more than a decade out, The Raconteurs are back with new music Alongside the already released ‘Sunday Driver’ and ‘Now That You’re Gone’, the new album will also include a cover of Donovan’s ‘Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness)’ Since their last album, The Raconteurs have slipped through the net, and not much has been heard of the rock quarter, however, last year, they came back into the limelight, with… Keep Reading

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Louder Than Life Returns To Louisville With Its Biggest Year Yet!

  Louder Than Life Returns To Louisville With Its Biggest Year Yet Featuring Guns N’ Roses And More To Be Announced April 8 The World’s Largest Rock ‘N’ Roll Whiskey Festival Set For September 27, 28 & 29 At Festival’s New Home Highland Festival Grounds At KY Expo Center Tickets On Sale April 8 At 9:00 AM ET Starting At $69.50   Quintessential rock band Guns N’ Roses, notorious for… Keep Reading

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Sly Antics Release ‘Reality’

They may have lost a third of the band, but their sound has tripled with this new release. This band were tipped to be going places already, but now they’ve changed their sound, they’re success is going to sky rocket.  Sly Antics were known for their energy, their volume, and their rock sound, but with this new release, they’ve lost a bit of the rock sound, and it’s for the… Keep Reading

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Macclesfield Festival 2019

Return of the Macc… The FOTF festival season countdown has well and truly begun and the next one on our radar is Maccslefield Fest : July 20th 2019. Headlining this years one-day musical bonanza will be British icons Soul II Soul, spreading their mantra of a happy face, a thumpin’ bass for a lovin’ race and god knows we could all do with a bit of that at the moment.… Keep Reading

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In Remembrance ‘Kurt Cobain’

Kurt Donald Cobain (20th February 1967 – 5th April 1994) “Here we are now, entertain us………….” One question that has always been on my mind about Kurt Cobain. Did he actually realise how big a part of a musical movement he was? April 5th 2019 is 25 years to the day that Kurt Cobain died. A father, a husband and a hero to millions. But a humble hero, someone who… Keep Reading

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