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Certification15 Our Rating

The mighty 'dc trawl through their back catalogue of reprehensible rock before an enormous crowd. The set features a high quota of classic Bon Scott period material for those of us who remember them back in the day. The performance matches the majesty of their 'basic boogie played VERY loud' approach with attitude, props and theatrics that leave one wondering if the taste police are being payed off in order to keep the band on the road. There's more than a whiff of the Spinal Taps about them, an find out more...

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First ever festival appearance from local band Bronze Age Fox. This short, sharp set will warm your heart and move your feet. Set includes - Impossible, Hidden Track, Carry Me, Dinosaur and You Wouldn't Want Me To Lie. Nice. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Over five nights last November the musical collaborators behind Gorillaz' second album Demon Days assembled in Manchester to take on the task of recreating the album onstage. This was the very first live rendition of the record, as sanctioned by band members 2D, Murdoc, Russel and Noodle themselves. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

You know those booty shaking babes that you've seen in all those sin ugly rappers' videos, well here you get to hear them share their pearls of self obsessed wisdom. Fortunately for those not looking for a cure to insomnia they do much of this while butt naked and gyrating. Yee Haa! find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A must for all Talking Heads fans. Heck, a must for everyone. This seminal music documentary perfectly encapsulates the spirit and style of the band. The film, like the concert, is a highly stylised, rhythmically rootsy piece of conceptual art. Building from a blank white stage, the concert moves from David Byrne singing Psycho Killer solo with acoustic guitar, introducing more 'Heads' and their instruments song by song. By the end of the gig the stage is fit to burst in an orgy of calypso-fused find out more...

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A pretty exhaustive visual history of one of the most innovative music video directors of the last fifteen years, which includes, amongst others, work for Bjork, Beck, Chemical Brothers, Daft Punk and the Foo Fighters. Diverse genius. find out more...