The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper

Hannah Brierley

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Review: Robbie Williams – Under The Radar Vol.2

Robbies new album shows that he’s trying to move with the times, but instead is just giving off ‘creepy uncle’ vibes

Tom Chaplin

Interview with Tom Chaplin

Editor, Hannah Brierley talks to frontman and lead singer from Keane, Tom Chaplin

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Live review: Kasabian

Kasabian proves to Manchester that they are, without a doubt, still totally on fire

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Review: 15th Birthday Metropolis at WHP

A huge name in one of the UK’s best venues… should be a recipe for an amazing night, surely?

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Belle Epoch: Battling Boring in the Manchester Music Scene

Featuring games, quiz rounds and peculiar prizes, The Vanity Project’s monthly musical showcase sits somewhere between Jools Holland and Shooting Stars…

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Interview: The Moods

The Moods are finishing up their huge UK Tour, and are coming back for a massive end of tour party

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Review: Solita Christmas burger

Solitas release their famous Christmas Burger, which has rolled all of the best things about Christmas Dinner and then deep fried it and then stuck it between two buns. What more could you want this festive season?

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Win a Limited Edition Morrissey Clear Vinyl

Could you be the lucky person to get your hands on a limited edition Morrissey Vinyl?

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Live Review: Depeche Mode

With an opportunity to listen to this incredible performance, you will not be content with just enjoying the silence

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Liam Gallagher announces huge home-coming

Liam Gallagher is coming back next summer for an extra special performance. As you were

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Album Review: Maroon 5 – Red Pills Blue

Yet another strong release

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Interview with Andrew Hung

Music Editor Hannah Brierley speaks to the mega-mind of Fuck Buttons and the talent behind the soundtrack of The Greasy Strangler, Andrew Hung, who’s just released his own solo album