April 18, 2017

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I first came across AndyDan when engineering for him at Grand Northern Ukulele Festival, where he premiered his much-anticipated album. Using a hexaphonic pickup to enable synth-triggering possibilities, Andy delivers a concept album about Mt Everest: Starting the album with ambient wind noises, synth pads and narration, Andy paints a
I mentioned in this post that Hives recent transformation from the Retro Bar has brought a lot of potential to Manchester’s music scene, and today I caught up with its host, Lucas Kane. MG: So Lucas, I believe your Open Mic at Hive has been going for a month or
Dog Coffee is a somewhat veteran of the Manchester Music Scene, writing candidly about his own life and experiences. Now tearing it up in Sheffield, he only makes fleeting appearances in Manchester, so it is lovely to have this self-titled EP to remind me of him. Coffee opens his musical
  Having known Almost Autumn from her time in the Liverpool music scene and her popular Instagram profile, I am delighted to deliver my take on her latest single Feathers, with it’s pillow-soft arrangement. Autumn’s trademark angsty, expressive voice instantly makes itself known as she flirts with the listener with
I’ve known Almost Autumn for a while now, and even reviewed her single here, so today I thought I’d catch up with her and see what’s been happening as of late: MG:I believe you’re finishing up your time at LIPA, what’s it been like there the past 3 years? AA:It’s
There is a high chance that at some point you have listened to your favourite station and thought ‘one day I want to be on the radio’. For many it’s a sign of making it, and I don’t blame them. But when building your music from the ground up, seeing