The sun is shining and we’ve had three great singles released by local artists, what a great first #NewMusicFriday in March we’ve got! Don’t take our word for it, Mal Keenan from SoftladPromotions has reviewed each track, giving you everything you need to know! UNO MAS – Glass Houses Uno Mas uses the relatively short… Read More #NewMusicFriday : Uno Mas, Winachi Tribe, Strangers & Charlie Reader
Seagoth Internet Cafe [EP] Spotify– Bandcamp Following on from the 2019 release, Party for Ghosts EP in 2019, eighteen-year-old Georgia Ochoa, a bedroom pop singer/songwriter from Warrington has returned with another set of original lo-fi tracks. An intelligent EP featuring four different tracks with an added extended version of the title track, Internet Café. This song features an easy harmonic vocals, pads… Read More Seagoth – Internet Cafe [EP]
Tomorrow night, WArringtonMusic.co.uk are teaming up with Friars Court for a night of live music. This is the place where Catfish and the Bottlemen and The Slow Readers cut their teeth on the live music scene, so you know it’s going to be a good night. If you’re still sat on the fence about going… Read More The Zangwills play Friars Court this Saturday / Read EP Review now
Frank Turner + The Sleeping Souls Parr Hall, Tuesday 6th December For just a short while, we are brought back to 1992. It was the year that Mr Blobby made his TV debut. It is perhaps not what you would expect to be one of the first things Frank Turner says to a sold out Parr Hall… Read More Live Review: Frank Turner
This September, [WAM] has turned two years old! Starting as just a way to help friends has developed into something which is the definitive source for in Music in Warrington. We’ve put bands on their first headline shows, we’ve helped bring high profile artists to the town and supplied some of the best photography and… Read More [WAM] TURNS TWO!
‘The blues is a genre which has seen it all, recycled it, copied it, and then repeated the same cycle all over again. It’s difficult to inject any originality into this brand of music; but with their blend of gritty riffs, modern rock songs, and a small dose of northern Englishness, the debut album from… Read More Hold On [ALBUM REVIEW] – The Black Circles