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Daily Archives: 16th May 2016

T in the Park

T in the Park Preview

The Mancunion looks at what to expect from Scotland’s renowned T in the Park festival this summer

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University cut Counselling course which “doesn’t bring in enough money”

Students express serious concern after the closure of a course that provides a large amount of voluntary mental health care to the city


United Player Ratings: West Ham vs Manchester United

How did top four hopefuls Manchester United’s players perform at the clash with West Ham United at their last ever match at Upton Park?

Photo: Mojo

Fish Out Of Water: Radiohead Relay

Pierre Flasse journeys out of his depth through Radiohead’s past discography

Photo: Album artwork

Album: Radiohead – A Moon Shaped Pool

A Moon Shaped Pool may be Radiohead’s dourest album yet, but it’s also possibly their most subtly beautiful

Photo: Secret Garden Party

Festival Preview: Secret Garden Party

Secret Garden Party promises to cater for all tastes, both musical and unusual

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Live: Bloc Party

Bloc Party could be poised for a comeback despite band chemistry being questionable


Festival Preview – Parklife Festival

As part of our Festival preview season, we take a glimpse into what Parklife has in store this year

Photo: Album Artwork

Album: The Last Shadow Puppets – Everything You’ve Come To Expect

Maybe The Last Shadow Puppets latest release isn’t everything we’ve come to expect

Photo: Album Artwork

The Thermals – We Disappear

We’ve come to expect strong punk-pop songwriting from the Thermals, but their seventh record’s cumbersome 90s emo revival is lacklustre and very forgettable

Photo: Michael Coté @ Flickr

Working and consuming away from progress

Tristan Parsons on the increasing disenfranchisement from progress caused by the economics of work and consumption

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Win the chance to DJ at Parklife

Nando’s is offering aspiring student DJs the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to DJ at Parklife festival, which draws over 70,000 revellers each day