Album Review: Demons of Ruby Mae

Manchester based duo Demons of Ruby Mae popped out a self titled album of sheer luxury and pleasure at the end of October. The Demons of Ruby Mae (Adam Rowley and Jonny Gavin) originally from Leicester formed the band five years ago, since then releasing a string of increasingly sublime and dramatic tunes. The sound is a seamless blend of Jonny’s haunting and powerful voice … Continue reading Album Review: Demons of Ruby Mae

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2018 Off The Record Manchester Festival Review

It may not attract the huge names or the air craft hanger venues but Manchester’s Off The Record festival in mid November is a must do event for anyone into the indie scene. The marketing strap line of “discover your new favourite band” is no boast.  This year over 40 top tipped acts played in 8 of the cosiest venues in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. Those … Continue reading 2018 Off The Record Manchester Festival Review

Single Review: Freeda – Go Home

The guitar has formed an integral part of sound in popular music for decades and the importance of the instrument within the mix of a band’s particular sound always fascinates. Manchester (Mossley) five piece Freeda (Sean Rowles – Lead Vocals, Callum Hignett – Lead Guitar, Cameron Meekums-Spence (a man bringing the double barrel into rock) – Rhythm Guitar, Adam Barton – Bass Guitar and Adam … Continue reading Single Review: Freeda – Go Home