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Bongo's Bingo

Liverpool’s favourite weekday celebration has travelled up the M62 to Manchester’s Albert Hall. Expect dance offs, rave rounds, shit prizes, audience abuse and a full house (pun intended) every week. 445 more words

Nostalgic Tale of the Tonga ride in JAIPUR!

Jaipur 2017

The lush green Ram Niwas garden and the broad roads that line the borders of Albert hall are bustling with life. Amidst the dreamy scene what the passers-by could not miss is the magnanimous… 585 more words


King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard @ Albert Hall, Manchester

Images courtesy of Charlotte Rudd

A clamour of excited voices built to a crest as King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard set up onstage, each member tuning up a series of outlandish guitars themselves – a seeming rejection of the amenities awarded to a group of their newfound prestige. 625 more words


Tycho // DJ Tennis @ The Albert Hall, Manchester

Images courtesy of Georgina Hurdsfield

Tycho’s and DJ Tennis’ Albert Hall date was a particularly exciting gig, with the venue acting as a beautiful backdrop for a night of ambient music and creating a sense of near tranquillity. 369 more words


Dot to Dot Festival: Amber Run

Amber Run fill a very particular niche of the indie market; their pop rock songs of lost love and a disillusionment with the music industry can be a hard sell on their albums, in particular, their lukewarm (at best) … 243 more words


Dot to Dot Festival: Honeyblood

Following Honeyblood‘s incredibly successful 2016, in which they released their critically acclaimed second album Babes Never Die with their new drummer Cat Myers, replacing Shona McVicar. 207 more words


Dot to Dot Festival: Sundara Karma

Images by Georgina Hurdsfield

Sundara Karma packed out Manchester’s Albert Hall on Saturday as they headlined Dot to Dot Festival. As a response to the tragic events that took place at the Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena on Monday night, across all the venues within the festival a minute silence, followed by a minute of noise to honour those who lost their lives. 440 more words