The Mancunion

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Monthly Archives: April 2015

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Club: Selective Hearing presents Robert Hood & Sunil Sharpe

Robert Hood is everything a DJ should be

Photo: Press shot

Live: Jam City

Jam City’s live show feels undercooked

Darius Syrossian. Photo: Paramount Artists

Opinion: Profit, Politics & Principles – How They Don’t Mix

Bradley West peers into the often-blurry world of dubious music industry politics and profiteering

Photo: Press shot

Interview: Josef Salvat

Christoph Otto talks to Josef Salvat about leaving Australia, sobriety and Manchester’s streets

Photo: The Mancunion

Summer shoe edit

Kassi Allcock picks her favourite SS15 footwear

Can UMRLFC bounce back after last seasons disappointment?

Liveblog: Rugby League Varsity

Andrew Georgeson talks you through this years Two Cities challenge live from the AJ Bell Stadium.

The Stop TTIP Manchester protestors dropped warning signs in the Arndale Centre following the zombie flashmob. Photo: Stop TTIP MCR @Facebook.

Zombie protestors plague Arndale Centre over TTIP negotiations

Protestors from across Manchester took part in an anti-TTIP zombie flashmob in the Arndale Centre as part of a global day of action against the EU-US trade deal

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What does your ASOS order history say about you?

Aimée Grant Cumberbatch indulges in some fashion reminiscence with a little help from her ASOS order history

Photo: Mancunion: Fashion & Beauty

Top 5: Trends that offend

Aimée Grant Cumberbatch looks at five times fashion crossed the line from appreciation to appropriation

All Photos: Athena Anastasiou & Leo Francis

Live: RBMA presents Tropical (ft. JME, Skepta, Preditah, C4, Todd Edwards, Logan Sama)

RBMA’s Tropical came across as a little confused – designed as a club night with the main attraction being a live grime set

Photo: Courtesy of RBMA

Club: RBMA presents Industrial City Sounds

Derrick May is not your ordinary 50 year old

Photo: Courtesy of RBMA

Club: RBMA presents Wax Works

Wax Works closes the RBMA tour in style