Author: Sarah Potter

Chastity Belt @ YES, Manchester | Review

Manchester’s YES, Pink Room was the perfect ethereal setting for the lo-fi tones of the night ahead. As support G.A.N.G took to the stage, the eclectic crowd knew that the night was going to be a special one. As the ever pink lit room contrasting and complimenting their show simultaneously, G.A.N.G embarked on their continuous set keeping the crowd fascinated. The set was a journey through multiple genres; from heavy Idles-esque instrumental sections accompanied with a shout singing tone of the provoking lyrics “F*UCK YOUR MUM, F*UCK YOUR DAD, F*UCK EVERYONE” to more layered tones highlighting the guitar chords...

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Zuzu @ Jacaranda Phase 1 | Gig Review

Despite continuous apologies to the audience that she was unwell, Liverpool- born Zuzu gave it her all, belting out her upbeat pop to the intimate venue of Jacaranda Records Phase 1 on Tuesday evening. The distinctive broad scouse accent drew in quite the crowd as Zuzu made her debut headline performance in Liverpool. Following the laid back, almost trance-like dream-pop of fellow Liverpudlians, Shards and the upbeat, jangly and often politically engaged Chester three-piece, Peaness, Zuzu took the stage with an air of ownership. She knew what she wanted to convey to the audience. A bold start with strong unreleased...

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