The Deaf Institute is essentially a matchbox decorated in your grandma's wallpaper. Industrial fixtures run throughout, and there is an odd red curtain here and there. The venue alike dangles a giant disco ball from its shaky infrastructure. A mounted on the wall behind the bar is a variety of speakers. Bodies dot themselves around… Continue reading Knuckle Puck & Wallflower @ The Deaf Institute, Manchester – 11/06/2017.
In a Big Brother fashion, Katy Perry live-streamed 96 hours of her life from the 9th of June to the 12th to promote her new album. Perry states that this was done in order to showcase to the world that she is human, just like us. In a touching segment of the stream, Perry takes… Continue reading Album Review: Katy Perry – Witness.
It's been 10 days since Slam Dunk Festival hit the north and the buzz is just wearing off. So, now's a perfect time to reminisce on what went down. Neck Deep took on the challenge of closing the Monster Energy Stage, and started off with a nostalgic throwback that had the crowd singing in unity… Continue reading Slam Dunk Festival 2017 – Neck Deep.
Frank Iero is keeping the spirit of My Chemical Romance alive. Alongside this, he offers something new that translates perfectly to a live atmosphere. Songs of sorrow tinged with a moody optimism produce a place for connections to blossom. And the whirlpool of crowdsurfing fans, arm-flingers, and lyric bellowing supporters reflect this. There's nothing flashy… Continue reading Slam Dunk Festival 2017 – Frank Iero and The Patience.