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Daily Archives: 24th April 2017

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GRUB Food Fair

We tried and tested a multitude of delicious treats from GRUB Food Fair, held at the Alphabet Brewing Company, before it takes a break from the streets of Manchester

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Analysis: Marcelo’s brilliance

Aadel assesses how important Marcelo is to Real Madrid

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Live: The Kooks

The Kooks plan an explosion of old hits for their promising “The Best of…” tour, writes Irune Vega

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Review: Suri

“Perhaps we’ll head back for our graduation meals”

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Live: You Me At Six

You Me At Six delivered with an exceptional rock show at Manchester Academy, writes Katie Shepherd

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Album: Diet Cig — Swear I’m Good At This

Personal and political blur together in an infectiously energetic debut album that appropriately develops the pop-punk duo’s sound, writes Joe Casson

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Lift-Off 2017: In Conversation with Nicholas Connor

James Gill Interviews the Northern Lights Director

Photo: Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival

Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival 2017 Short Interview: Ascension

Rajnish Sharma on his post-apocalyptic short film

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Manchester Lift-Off Film Festival 2017 Short Interview: Hope

James Gill explores the development process of Adam A. Losurdo’s innovative zombie film

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Album: Future Islands — The Far Field

Future Islands fifth album follows their 2014 breakthrough with a somewhat uneven album that both surpasses and falls short of its predecessor, writes Cassie Hyde

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Album: Wire — Silver/Lead

Wire’s latest record is another excellent example of what they’ve always done — being impressively odd, writes Jacob Bernard-Banton