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A TFI Friday Style Live Show is Coming To Manchester: Trashed TV Live

Full Lineup For Trashed TV Live Announced. Supported by Manchester brewers, Brewdog and hosted by the hilarious Gary Drury of Our Fold, and Meredith Peterson of Kendal Calling / Bluedot / Transmission and Manchesters, Off The Record, Trashed TV Live brings a fresh take on Manchester live entertainment scene.  A first for the city! A TFI Friday style live entertainment show is coming to Manchester and taking place at The Bread… Keep Reading

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City of The Weak Announce Huge Tour

The young, energetic, Minneapolis-based rockers are getting ready to take over the world. City of the Weak captures a modern rock ‘n roll sound that is so perfectly defined, combining catchy pop melodies with aggressive guitar riffs and moving bass lines to create a genre of their own. They are best known for their intensity and passion on stage, as well as their fearless personalities off the stage. Their first… Keep Reading

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INTERVIEW: with Shader

We first met Shader late 2017 at The Underground, Stoke and they blew us away! We recently caught up with the bands front man Stu Whiston to get the low down and to find out whats coming up. Obligatory, What’s the origin of the band’s name question? We have a band whatsapp group and there were a few dodgy names flying about. Mike (lead guitar) sent a message saying Shader and… Keep Reading

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Register Your Band To Play Live

FOTF are excited to announce that we’re holding a number of shows and are looking for bands and artists to play live. Play Live for Flick of the Finger by filling in the form below. The shows will be held throughout Manchester and the North West and in time, further a field. We are looking for bands and artists to play across all genre’s and you’ll play a number of… Keep Reading

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Glass Mountain Release Wow & Flutter EP & Live Dates

Glass Mountain make beautifully cinematic and passionate music filled with yearning and sorrow. Taking their name from a David Hockney artwork, the quartet’s sound is drenched in visual allusion, marrying the size and the scope of Sigur Ros or The Cure to something more delicate and personal. Reminiscent of the spirit of hip-hop where anything can – and should – be included, Glass Mountain draw influences from alt-rock, dream pop,… Keep Reading

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Weirds Rock Sheffield!

Friday night saw the up and coming Psych Rock foursome Weirds, play the Picture House social in Sheffield as part of their latest tour. I turned up a bit early and spent some time backstage with the band, I was greeted with free beer! Any band that offers you free beer and hospitality like these guys did are ok in my book. After chatting to the guys from the band… Keep Reading

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Adore // Repel: Putting West Yorkshire On The Music Map!

Adore // Repel are a four-piece from Wakefield, West Yorkshire; a fiercely independent band with their own record label, who are currently building their own studio, who operate without a booking agent or manager, and embrace everything that has always been so healthy about the DIY ethic. Of course, many bands follow a similar path. The difference perhaps with Adore // Repel is that, without resorting to the machinations of… Keep Reading

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A Sit Down With ‘The Calls’

FOTF recently had the pleasure of spending the day in the studio with Leeds band ‘The Calls’ as they recorded their new track ‘It Doesn’t Feel Right‘. Here’s what they had to say on all things past, present and future.  When did it all start and When did you get together? Tom: Err, Jan 2015, Me and Marcel have been playing for a long time in a band called The Imports,… Keep Reading

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Muse to headline Glastonbury 2016

Theatrical galactic-rock trio will play the Pyramid stage on Friday night, joining Coldplay and PJ Harvey on the lineup Muse have been confirmed as Glastonbury’s Friday night headliners. The Devonshire trio join Coldplay on the lineup, and become the first band to headline the Pyramid stage on all three nights of the festival – having previously topped the bill on Sunday in 2004 and Saturday in 2010. Revered for their… Keep Reading

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