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Rated 5 out of 5 by Unclefudge from Pleasing purson Despite a few issues with Rosalies mic and the odd technical hitch ( thanks to Rosalies dad for literally stepping up) Purson treated A home town audience to a fine spectacle. Their musicianship is unquestionable but its the way they weave their way through their set thats impressive. raucheous riffs intertwined with moments of subtlety and refined bliss all overlaid with rosalies stunning vocal make for an all encompassing musical experience. If a modern twist on physcadelic rock is your thing then you'd be a fool to miss Purson. In fact, see them anyway, they are fine exponents of their craft, simply sublime.
Date published: 2016-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jack505 from My new favourite Purson! Purson at Night & Day Cafe in Manchester exceeded my expectations. Lively, original, colourful and upbeat. The crowd got right behind them and they fed off that energy. You'd be crazy to miss Purson on tour if you can possibly get to one of their shows.
Date published: 2016-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by Spider from I do like the sound and look of this band I do like this venue you can get real close to great bands like Purson
Date published: 2016-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by Shane from Awesome!! Second time I've seen Purson and they are fantastic live! Rosalie has an amazing voice and the band are brilliant. These should make it big!!
Date published: 2016-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Knobcheese2 from Psychedelic Rock is Back!!! First time at this venue (The Louisiana), very cosy i.e. tiny and no bar - had to go downstairs for beer! Bands have to come in through the same entrance as we do and wade through the crowd. Support band Crosa Rosa looked like they were gonna be a Nirvana tribute band, but seemed to me more like the Pixies, but without the quiet bits. Only heard about Purson recently through Marc Riley on Radio 6 (such taste!) but was very impressed and couldn't give up the chance to see them live. I was not disappointed. Great looking band, great musicianship (just like listening to the records, that's not meant as an insult) and awesome songs. Had to leave early to get back to Oxford but heard the songs I wanted to (just missed the ones off the new album). Just great to hear new music from the 60's-early 70's done with such credibility. Btw - Rosalie, luv ya!!
Date published: 2016-03-11