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Live Review: Cupids w/ Lyerr and Joshua Goddard (Night and Day Cafe, 26/04/17)

Oldham four-piece Cupids (and Gramotones in their previous form), have been one of Manchester’s most talked about bands in the past few years. A night at Jimmy’s in the Northern Quarter to celebrate the release of their debut single last month had seemingly fueled them to attract a big crowd in one of the city’s most popular venues, Night & Day Cafe. 616 more words

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Live Review: Palace - Liverpool


Buyers Club, Liverpool, April 2017

Words & Photos: Elena Katrina 

If you follow Popped then you’ll know that I’m a HUGE fan of Palace, 907 more words


Booth Hall Bank Holiday Gig Review: 2 Nights, 6 Bands, Bunny Ears, Manic Stage Presence & Rock legend Reincarnations

The Easter weekend is traditionally a time for a lot of things. For some, it’s the chance to catch up with family, for some it’s time off work, for others it’s the actual meaning of this time of year, for many it’s chocolate and alcohol, but for the lucky people of Hereford this year, it was this double-header of live music (along with plenty of chocolate and alcohol too!) that made this an Easter to remember. 1,547 more words

The Music Lowdown

The Kooks // Clean Cut Kid @ Manchester Academy 20.04.17

The Kooks kicked off their ‘Best Of’ tour with two nights at Manchester Academy, both of which were completely sold out. These were gigs that made me feel extremely old. 655 more words


The Bennies 420 Bongnanza - Gig Review & Photo Gallery @ The Evelyn Hotel, Melbourne VIC

The Bennies Bongnanza
The Evelyn Hotel, Melbourne VIC
April 20th 2017 (420, mother fucker!)
Supported by: Dedmedics

The Bennies were so fucking great. Just so wonderful. 581 more words


PWR BTTM @ CCA, Glasgow, 15 Apr

Originally published for The Skinny.


PWR BTTM’s Ben Hopkins makes a crucial observation about the difference between British and American crowds halfway through tonight’s show at Glasgow’s CCA: that Americans will scream in your face and maybe even throw a cheeseburger at you if they enjoy the show, whereas British people will tell you ten reasons why they found it interesting. 196 more words



About a week before this gig I was scrolling through the app Bandsintown looking for I don’t know what, and up on the suggestions appeared Temples. 558 more words