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Amy Matthews

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Competition: Win Marika Hackman limited edition vinyl and signed postcard

Mancunion readers are in with a chance to win an exclusive vinyl edition of Marika Hackman’s new album, as well as a signed personalised postcard

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Live: The Amazons

The Amazons’ triumphant performance at sold out Deaf Institute leaves the audience eagerly anticipating their return, writes Amy Matthews

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Tracks of the Week: 27th March

This week brings new releases from both well established and upcoming artists. Despite it being the beginning of spring, across all tracks darkness certainly prevails, writes Amy Matthews

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Live: Sundara Karma

Sundara Karma’s whimsical sold out performance at the Albert Hall leaves all in attendance feeling that they’ve witnessed a thing of sheer beauty, writes Amy Matthews

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Live: Blaenavon

Amy Matthews is captivated by Hampshire trio Blaenavon’s breath-taking performance as main support for Indie rockers Sundara Karma sold-out show at the Albert hall

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Interview: Sundara Karma

Amy Matthews joins indie starlets Sundara Karma before their sold-out show at the Albert Hall, to talk about their sold-out headline tour, Madchester and their debut album “Youth is only Ever Fun in Retrospect”

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Live: Tom Walker

Tom Walker’s energetic performance at Manchester’s Fallow Café leaves the audience feeling they have witnessed something special, writes Amy Matthews

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Interview: Tom Walker

Amy Matthews joins Tom Walker moments before his sellout show at Fallow Café to talk about extensive touring, Paolo Nutini, and his next secret mission

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Live: VANT

VANT’s energetic live performance as main support for Nothing But Thieves have the audience roaring for more, writes Amy Matthews

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Interview: VANT

Amy Matthews sits down with rockers VANT to talk about Theresa May, Manchester crowds and their forthcoming album DUMB BLOOD.