Sea Based Turtles have made sure their the act on everyone’s lips with the release of their debut album Real Resonations.
Almost overnight, a large bubble has invaded Hanley in Stoke-on-Trent.
No, this isn’t the bubblepocolypse, this is Appetite once again.
It felt like 2007 all over again as Metro Station brought the nostalgia vibes to the Sugarmill in Hanley.
The Californian pop rockers, made up of Trace Cyrus and Mason Musso, are playing their first run of UK shows in six years having been on hiatus since March 2010.
Welsh metal act Bullet For My Valentine gave fans a night to remember after their typically anarchic show in Stoke-on-Trent’s Victoria Hall.
Stoke-on-Trent thrash metal outfit The Big Four Tribute Band brought the rip-roaring sound of the iconic bands they emulate to Hanley’s Sugarmill.
The four-piece band replicate the sounds of rock supergroups Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax.
Irish folk brothers Alfie and Harry Hudson Taylor performed an acoustic one off gig at Keele University.
The Dublin duo were called back to the university as part of the Coffee House Tour competition, which involved students voting for the pop/folk pair they most want back to perform.
A singer-songwriter signed to Sony Records has praised the audience at Keele University following her latest performance on tour in Newcastle-under-Lyme.
The first night of the week-long Nantwich Words and Music Festival kicked off with 90s Brit-pop group ‘Dodgy’.
They were supported by talented singer songwriter Hannah Brown, from Nottingham, who performed original and cover songs including originals ‘ Bad Guy’ and ‘Feel that Way’.
Hailing from Stafford, electric blues trio .44 Pistol are back with their second album Live At The Vaults.
A new beach-themed nightclub is being launched in Hanley this evening.
Beach huts and hammocks will be dotted around for drinkers to relax in with punch and cocktails in coconuts.