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Katie Shepherd

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Interview: Mallory Knox

Mallory Knox’s Sam Douglas chats to Katie Shepherd about their latest album and what’s next for the band after their stunning set at Reading Festival

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Reading & Leeds 2017

Katie Shepherd reports back from this year’s empowering (and still thoroughly ‘rock’) Reading festival

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Festival preview: Reading and Leeds

Reading and Leeds returns with another headliner-packed line-up, so The Mancunion looks ahead to what will surely be the perfect end to summer

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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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Festival Preview: Slam Dunk

Katie Shepherd looks ahead to Slam Dunk 2017, which is certain to be a brilliant celebration of pop-punk

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I followed my favourite band across Europe

Reckless? Yes. Stupid? Yes. The best experience ever? Absolutely. Katie Shepherd writes about her experience following her favourite band across the continent

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Tuned On: Ms, Millennial & The Music Industry

Punch Records ran an empowering and dynamic all-female panel to discuss what it means to be a woman in the music industry in celebration of International Women’s Day

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Interview: Frank Iero

Frank Iero talks to Katie Shepherd about his latest album, the power of unconditional love and digging deeper than he ever has

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Top 5: Songs from Disney Movies

Whilst ‘Let It Go’ saw Disney’s Frozen soar into the charts, Katie Shepherd lists five other Disney classics that deserve just as much recognition

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Preview: Highly Suspect

Grammy nominated Highly Suspect are about to set off on a UK tour that sees them performing an intimate performance at Manchester’s Sound Control in March

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Live: Bry

Bry’s performance had everything needed for an enjoyable indie-pop show, but was shrouded by a persistent sense of insecurity

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Interview: Frank Turner

Frank Turner talks to Katie Shepherd about his 2000th show, the year everything ‘nearly came apart’ and the importance of emotional honesty