Category Archive: Reviews

Steez @ The Bussey Building

Steez; be at ease. Beautifully crafted visual, poetic and musical art placed at our fingertips. Words: Jon Ferguson


DARKSIDE. @ Manchester RITZ

Darkside, a progressive rock infused techno project consisting of Nicolas Jaar and his guitarist and good friend Dave Harrington, played a live set on March 27th. Having seen their youtube performance for Resident… Continue reading

Polka. Did Disco (4th April)

Disco blasting, drink downing dance infused madness reported by our own Smifword. Polka does it well.

San City High E.P. 2013

Fresh off the press, the music label San City High’s newest E.P has set it’s phasers to kill. Showcasing five new releases on the EDM scene, the 28th of October is when it… Continue reading

Haus Warehouse 1st Birthday

HAUS’ FREE HAUS Last week saw the 1st Birthday party of HAUS Warehouse. With music from the likes of Waxxx, Release, LDMS and more, it was set to be one hell of a… Continue reading

Electroacoustics Presents: KELPE FLIES+FLIES LYCHEE – Review

At the end of a graff spotted alley in Hoxton sits a tucked away pub that goes by the name of The Sebrite Arms. To those in the know, the basement of this… Continue reading

Minay Money – New Talent

Minay Monay the new talent you’ve never heard of. If you have, then pat yourself on the back, and take those chunky hipster glasses off. Defying conventional genre compartmentalisation, this guy already has… Continue reading

TUMBLE AUDIO: Majora – Boss Key EP

TUMBLE AUDIO: Majora – Boss Key EP RELEASE DATE: 18.02.13 Daniel Evan-Jones aka Majora is a hot off the press producer and one to look out for in the summer. His latest EP… Continue reading

Warehouse Project 9th Nov – Review

Warehouse Project season had been in full swing for over a month by the time I attended my first night there and in true Manchester fashion it was absolutely pissing it down in… Continue reading

Outlook Festival 2012 Reviews

Outlook Festival 2012 What you’ve heard is true. Outlook festival is exactly what it’s hyped to be, the biggest and best bass festival on the continent. Saying that, music is what the festival… Continue reading