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Review: Debut EP ‘Roll With Me’ by Manchester’s Josh Goddard

Mancunian Josh Goddard released his debut EP “Roll With Me” in November and despite being his debut, Josh has already managed to established a distinct style which is exciting to h...

Razorlight were full of treats this Halloween playing a gig in Stockton-on-Tees on their ‘In Store Tour’

Whilst the UK dressed up and searched for sweets, in a little record shop, on a random street in Stockton-On-Tees, Razorlight forged a stage out of boxes and wowed a packed-out cro...

Miro Introducing: BODIES

Miro Introducing gives new creatives the chance to introduce themselves onto the cultural scene. This guest post is by Will Stevenson who is one half of Manchester Hip-Hop duo Bodi...

Review: Koalas at Head For the Hills Festival

The Synth-pop band Koalas, are leading the wave of electronica and making an impact in the heavy saturated indie music scene of Manchester and their set at Head for the Hills festi...

London dream-pop four piece ‘Toothpaste’ on working with Slowdive’s Simon Scott, influences, and the burgeoning London music scene

Miro Magazine's Luke Hall caught up with London's dream pop-four piece Toothpaste where we discussed future plans, influences, favourite new bands and more.

‘Kids Carry Guns’ is taking The Moods to Strangeways

Strangeways Here We Come, is a major UK feature film, based in Salford. It’s due to be released in cinemas on October 5th and Manchester’s beloved 10-piece EDM collective (The Mood...

Sheffield legends Arctic Monkeys were back on their home turf playing the FlyDSA Arena

Sheffield legend's Arctic Monkeys were back on their home turf playing two shows at the FlyDSA Arena for their ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino‘ UK tour.

Review – Emily Capell at Head for The Hills Festival

With the standard of her mainstage set at ‘Head for the Hills festival’, Emily Capell has proven herself to be one of the most distinct and exciting acts to be watching right now. ...

The Woods – equal parts warmth and despair

Robert Alan Evans' The Woods is a murky, twilight production, on the fringes of nostalgia and horror. Playing at the Royal Court Upstairs, Daniel Perks reviews this complex tu...