MIMR Daily Tunes No.36: Baum Jr ‘When I Grow Up’

A new discovery to the blog comes in the form of Electro-synth project Baum Jr who’s certain to make you think fondly of past memories with his retro 80s influenced creations. Hailing from Manchester, this cover track (released 28th Oct) is the debut single, a double A-side alongside original offering ‘Heroes’ which shows the perfect … More MIMR Daily Tunes No.36: Baum Jr ‘When I Grow Up’

MIMR Gig Gallery @ACP Festival 2016: Sunday

The Sunday of this year’s festival was pretty special too and included many top acts that have featured on the blog this year. Here are the best bits from Sunday. RobotAlien The Castle Corinthians Soup Kitchen Glass Ankle Mint Lounge Fish Tank Night and Day Cafe Psyblings Mint Lounge Her’s Mint Lounge Freakout Honey The … More MIMR Gig Gallery @ACP Festival 2016: Sunday

MIMR Gig Gallery @ACP Festival 2016: Saturday

Finally its here, a final round up from this years ACP Festival in Manchester’s Northern quarter from many of the great bands who played over the weekend. These are the highlights from Saturday’s acts, they’re were many! Twin Visions 57 Thomas Street Bruja Soup Kitchen Narcs Soup Kitchen Strange Friends 57 Thomas Street Colour Of … More MIMR Gig Gallery @ACP Festival 2016: Saturday

MIMR Band Chat @ACP Festival 2016: Psyblings

​Psych-rockers Psyblings have stormed their way onto the blog over recent months, sweeping all-comers aside with their brash, noisey and gripping sound. Throw into the mix their rip-rawing live shows, taking Manchester by storm and its safe to say that the 5 piece’s crusade is at full throttle. I spoke to Greg from the band … More MIMR Band Chat @ACP Festival 2016: Psyblings

MIMR Review: The Jade Assembly ‘Sundays and Occasional Wednesdays EP’

One of the most hotly-tipped bands to be featured on the blog in recent times are Bolton Indie-rockers The Jade Assembly and the guys have decided to unleash their brand new EP, its a early xmas present..yes i know i mentioned xmas in october! Out today, the rock n roll quartet have put their entire … More MIMR Review: The Jade Assembly ‘Sundays and Occasional Wednesdays EP’