Lush – Manchester Academy

lush-manchester

In 2016, Lush, not the soap shop, reunited to play a series of live shows, with Manchester set to be the first in April. Unfortunately this show was delayed, and the Manchester show in November ended up becoming the last show, with bassist Phil King (pictured above, to the left, the far left) already long gone. Hello Lush, goodbye Lush, sweetness and light never lasts long. Continue reading

Lee Ranaldo & El Rayo – Leeds Belgrave Music Hall

lee-ranaldo

Lee is free, (he’s been free for nearly ten years now, but it’s always a worthwhile reference), and he’s currently putting together his new album with El Rayo, Electric Rim. No one seems to have any idea when it will actually be out, not even Lee himself, but in November he toured it all anyway. Continue reading

Audio Elsewhere 2016

Other similar sounding bits of music writing in 2016:

rollins

Moldy Peaches’s Adam Green bringing¬†his Aladdin show to Liverpool: Here

A number of Liverpool bands set to play SXSW 2016 in Texas: Here

A look at the song ‘Changing Time’ by The Floormen: Here

Beach Skulls signing with PNKSLM Recordings: Here

Introducing Swearwolves: Here

Communions New Faces Tour does as it’s named, bringing new acts to the stage: Here

A look at the song ‘Boys That Sing’ by Viola Beach, less than two weeks before their tragic deaths: Here

Providing a few words regarding the death of David Bowie: Here

A live review of Savages and Bo Ningen at Manchester Albert Hall: Here

A live review of L7 at Manchester O2 Ritz: Here

A live review of Julia Holter at Manchester Cathedral: Here

Listening to Henry Rollins speak at Manchester Bridgewater Hall: Here

A live review of Joanna Gruesome at Manchester The Star and Garter: Here

 

I think that’s it.

The music website getintothis is ten years old this year, so be sure to go and support them. I’m not offering up much at the minute due to sickness, but there is plenty more great, better stuff than mine. The Cosmic Slop is something else.