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Rhys Grover has 72 articles published.

Manchester based reviewer, Guitarist, and Gear Head.
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REVIEW: Sly Antics at The Burgess, Manchester

  One small venue, one giant set. After wonderful support, Sly Antics ended the night on an almighty high. Want some Sly Antics Merch? read on for more details… Sly Antics absolutely blew the roof off The Burgess with a short, but absolutely brilliant set, featuring covers of Kanye West and The Chemical Brothers, and some new material, which went down a treat with the screaming fans. The band kicked… Keep Reading

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Interview – Cushion ‘Song For Jack’

We sat down with the lead singer of Cushion, Mark Acton, to talk about their new charity single, ‘Song For Jack’ All proceeds that are made from this single go to Starlight Children’s Foundation. Q- Hi Mark. Could you explain a bit about how this song came about? A-  Hi Rhys. Last year my nephew, Jack, became very ill with a rare brain tumour that affects only about 20-30 children… Keep Reading

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Additional Images Added As Metallica Play Manchester Arena

Metallica Manchester Arena Live A thunderous night of music as Metallica continue their Worldwired tour A night of tributes, screaming guitar and vocals to match. After strong support from Kvelertak, the gods of Metal took to stage, accompanied by the cheer of hyped fans, and a sea of phone torches, with an almighty bang as they opened with new hit, and the album title track, ‘Hardwired… To Self Destruct’. From… Keep Reading

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WATCH: Metallica Play “Don’t Look Back in Anger” at Manchester Arena

A thunderous night of music as Metallica continue their Worldwired tour A night of tributes, screaming guitar and vocals to match. After strong support from Kvelertak, the gods of Metal took to stage, accompanied by the cheer of hyped fans, and a sea of phone torches, with an almighty bang as they opened with new hit, and the album title track, ‘Hardwired… To Self Destruct’. From the moment they struck… Keep Reading

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Five in Five With: Palace Motion

This week, we sat down with lead singer, and guitarist, Isaac Thornburn, of up coming indie band, Palace Motion. After just releasing their first EP, Isaac and his band are out and about, promoting the EP. What was your last f@ck up on stage? falling off the kick drum during a solo. knocked one of the drum mics over. Had far too many tinnies backstage. still funny though. You’re changing the… Keep Reading

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New Music: Morrissey’s ‘Spent The Day In Bed’

Morrissey releases new single ahead of 11th studio album ‘Low In High School’ Morrissey meets Synth Pop with new single. Ahead of the November 17th release of Morrissey’s new album ‘Low In High School’, which will be his first full length album since the 2014 release of  ‘World Peace Is None Of Your Business’, Morrissey has released the first single off the new album ‘Spent The Day In Bed’. At… Keep Reading

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EXCLUSIVE: Factory Release New Single ‘Violet Lips’ Listen Here…..

A masterpiece by Factory Factory have gone back to their roots with new song ‘Violet Lips’. The song is a mix of Stone Roses, and heavy rock, and the two styles have really came together well in this new single. This single really highlights why they have previously been referred to as ‘Merseyside’s most promising act’, because they have knocked it out of the park with this single. A hypnotic,… Keep Reading

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New Music: Dhani Harrison’s ‘All About Waiting’

Dhani Harrison teases new LP and single ahead of October Release Synth Pop meets Psychedelic Rock in Harrison’s new single We have been given a preview of what’s to come in Dhani Harrison’s up coming debut LP ‘IN///PARALLEL’  with new song ‘All About Waiting’, and it’s everything you would expect from the son of late Beatle George Harrison. A song reminiscent of both ELO and George Harrison’s ‘Brainwashed’, Dhani has… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: The Roasts ‘Havana’

The Roasts are back after their Debut EP ‘A Night Of Fright Is No Delight’ New single by Manchester band, The Roasts The Roasts are back after their successful debut EP released earlier in the year with new single ‘Havana’.  A hybrid of 80’s pop, and the current indie scene, this single is a great follow-up to their EP ‘A Night Of Fright Is No Delight’, which went down a… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: Cabezudos ‘Tempting Fate’

Cabezudos are back after their 2016 debut EP ‘She Waits’. After their well received debut EP came out in 2016, Cabezudos have come back on the music scene with their new single, ‘Tempting Fate’. The blues rock/alternative 4 piece really show off their talent, and also their influences with this new single. The song starts with a slightly Led Zep/Black Sabbath intro, with heavy bass, and classic rock guitar tone,… Keep Reading

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LISTEN: Palace Motion Release Debut Self Titled EP

Debut EP from Northern Four-piece Palace Motion Indie four piece Palace Motion have kicked off their career in great style with their self titled, debut EP ‘Palace Motion’. After a couple of years building a fan base in Clitheroe and Manchester, they decided it was time they got an EP under their belts, and they have done so in great style. Kicking thing off on their EP with ‘Dog House’, a… Keep Reading

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NEW MUSIC: From Royal Blood’s ‘How did we get so dark?’

After a highly successful, award winning debut album back in 2014, (which resulted in them playing Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds… …T in the Park and Radio 1’s big weekend and Download) and possibly the best start to a career they could have asked for, supporting acts like Arctic Monkeys, and Foo Fighters, and being given the thumbs up by both Dave Grohl and Jimmy Page, Brighton boys, Mike Kerr and… Keep Reading

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