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Preview: Mallory Knox

Mallory Knox are like the hydra of the rock world, losing one frontman and growing back another one… but in a good way, says Music Editor, Hannah Brierley

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International Women’s Day: ten Musical Inspirations

With International Women’s Day taking place on the 8th March, we ask The Mancunion’s writers and editors about their female musical icons

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Review: Fatboy Slim

Fatboy Slim returns for a special performance at the Albert Hall, which blows Music Editor, Hannah Brierley, out of this world

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Review: Superorganism Debut Album

Superorganism releases their debut self-titled album, which is everything we wanted and more

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Are You Coming Out? – The New LGBTQ Club Night

The University of Manchester LGBTQ Society has teamed up with Manchester Academy and the Students’ Union to put on a brand new LGBTQ+ Club Night!

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Live Review: Don Broco

Don Broco leaves Music Editor Hannah Brierley grinning from ear to ear after the show, with an intense, adrenaline-filled performance

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Live review: Rat Boy

Rat Boy really knows how to drum up an audience…but did he really take the cheese?

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Review: Don Broco – Technology

Don Broco are back and with a bang, says Music Editor, Hannah Brierley

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Review: Horse Meat Disco

With Pangaea not on the cards this January, Hannah Brierley heads to Horse Meat Disco, an event for all your disco boogie needs

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Music in 2018

Music Editor, Hannah Brierley, runs through some of the new artists to look out for this year, as well as a rundown of rumours and album releases for the year too

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Interview: Superorganism

This 8 piece indie-pop band from all over the world are here to give you music which is both fun and playful, but also broken and dystopian

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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