Author Archives: Emma

I am a music reviewer based in Manchester UK. I am also an alternative model.
SUM 41

Sum 41 and Yours Truly takeover the O2 Victoria Warehouse

On Wednesday 26th June 2019 Sum 41 and Yours Truly took over O2 Victoria Warehouse in Manchester for a night of pop punk! Arriving at the venue it was obvious that this was going to be a great night as there was a line of people going all the way back to the main road. Whilst waiting for Sum 41’s ...

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Skunk Anansie

Skunk Anansie are soon to embark on their 2019 UK Tour

Skunk Anansie are back to celebrate the release of the 25th Anniversary live album 25LIVE@25. This being such a long awaited tour, it is no surprise that London, Manchester and Bristol have all sold out. Though have no fear as extra dates have been added for Brighton, Bournemouth, Cambridge, Leeds, Glasgow, Newcastle, Nottingham and Cardiff! On the tour with this ...

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Footprints in the custard

Footprints In The Custard, Raised By Owls, Novacrow, Mad Spanner at Rebellion

Rebellion in Manchester is located in the popular area of Deansgate Locks, with tram and train station situated near by. This increasingly popular venue recently had a full makeover and looks great. We had the great pleasure of seeing Footprints In The Custard here as they release their brand new album A New Low. The queue snaked around the corner of the venue ...

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In Flames

In Flames, Norma Jean, Light The Torch at Manchester o2 Ritz

Before the first band came on the venue was packed with fans and the atmosphere was infectious. We were in for a night of mosh pits, crowd surfers and head banging, as In Flames, Norma Jean and Light The Torch took over the O2 Ritz in Manchester. The lights dimmed and the crowd were screaming, everyone’s on their feet including the upper floor ...

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Deaf Havana

Deaf Havana, with Hot Milk and LaFontaines at Albert Hall Manchester

Walking up to the Albert Hall Manchester, I notice a queue round the block of people, all there for one reason, to have a great time. I have never been to the Albert Hall before and if you haven’t either I urge you to go. It’s so beautiful inside. I just stood by the sound desk looking up at the ...

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POD

POD, Alien Ant Farm & 68 at o2 Ritz Manchester

To open the night at 02 Ritz Manchester was noise punk band from Atlanta, 68. I have never listened to the noise punk genre before so had no idea what to expect from this duo, Josh Scogin on guitar and vocals and Niko Yamada on drums. The pair come on stage in full suits which was very unexpected and going ...

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