iles Kane, entitled Change the Show, marks his fourth solo album since releasing Colour of the Trap back in 2011. I spoke with Miles ahead of the release, as he reflected on his previous work and gave us some insight into the production of this fantastic new album.
Former Odd Future member Earl Sweatshirt returns with “Sick!” – a record of reflection and resilience.
Charlie Lake dissects the first single from The Game’s forthcoming album ‘Drillmatic’, featuring Kanye West.
A majestic end to a residency that will no doubt be remembered as the golden age of IDLES.
The Gryphon speaks to alt rock/grunge band Hands Off Gretel before their set at Brudenell Social Club.
Spyres impress once again with their latest offering.
Although musically the set was phenomenal with intricate guitar parts, beautiful vocals and meaningful lyrics, the event couldn’t escape the strange atmosphere.
Don’t know what to do for NYE? Let The Gryphon help you.
Hailing from the ever-distinctive Manchester scene, Blanketman are a promising quintet fusing post-punk and melodic indie.
Setting the bar, sustaining it, and regularly raising the roof – Enter Shikari’s longevity speaks volumes for why they should be seen as the model target for the rock and metal scene.
Bursting onto the stage full of energy, Gang of Youths were filled with charisma and passion
as they supported Sam Fender at the First Direct Arena.
On Saturday 4th December, Warehouse Project provided a home for another top three night out of the year.