MIMR Review: Queasy ‘Build A Wall’

Establishing themselves on the Manchester music scene through their energetic live shows are manchester 5 piece funk rockers Queasy and they return to the blog with the release of their latest single ‘Build A Wall’ released tomorrow (Nov 17th) Taken from the much anticpated EP ‘Promised Land’ the track is politically charged and a realContinue reading “MIMR Review: Queasy ‘Build A Wall’”

MIMR Review: Flood Manual ‘Empathy

We finally get to see a band showing their true potential with Manchester’s Flood Manual taken their indie-rock sound up a extra few notches with the release of their much antcipated EP ‘How To Be Happy’ which was released 5th November. The flannel rock quartet (we don’t know what that is either…) burst out withContinue reading “MIMR Review: Flood Manual ‘Empathy”

MIMR Band Chat: Rachel Alice Johnson

Upon the release of her latest single, a exciting project which includes a video inspired by a short film by Andy Warhol (1963) named ‘The Kiss’ Rachel Alice Johnson explores and succeeds at creating music that is relevant and pushes the boundaries to a level which is very pleasing. I spoke to Rachel ahead ofContinue reading “MIMR Band Chat: Rachel Alice Johnson”

MIMR Review: Kaleiders ‘Bullet’

Firing from both barrels and fizzing their way on to the blog are Alt-Rockers Kaleiders with a quickfire slice off their new EP. Titled ‘Something To Help Us Get Better’ the trio from warrington create a high energy, blood and thunder sound and opening track ‘Bullet’ is a prime example of the storm they createContinue reading “MIMR Review: Kaleiders ‘Bullet’”