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Interview: Shame

Explosive five-piece Shame has recently finished their 22-date US tour, which they described as, “meat, desert, and sunshine” — emphasising the exhausting nature ...

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Live Review: Little Comets

Little Comets' music seems to bathe your soul in warmth and nostalgia. They're an old-school indie outfit complete with nifty guitar licks, ...

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Live Review: The Orielles

The Orielles have rocketed on to the scene this year, releasing a critically acclaimed album and embarking on a series of shows ...

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Interview: Shame

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Live Review: Little Comets

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Live Review: The Orielles

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Live Review: Little Comets

Little Comets are one of the hardest grafting and underrated bands of the current music industry

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Interview: Shame

“Shame, Shame, Shame, that’s the name” snarled the pompous, yet undeniably meritorious Charlie Steen

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Live Review: The Orielles

Missed out on Arctic Monkeys tickets? Don’t worry, there’s a new Yorkshire band who’ll have your hips moving in no time

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Album Review: DMA’S – For Now

Even with a chill vibe, For Now certainly does not lack magnificence

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Preview: Little Comets

Don’t miss the band this Friday at Manchester’s Club Academy

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Live Review: Mabel

Mabel commanded energy and attention as she confidently opened for Harry Styles

Live Review – Arcade Fire

The Canadians confirm their place among the decade’s best bands in typically spectacular fashion

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Why you should be going to SZIGET Festival 2018

SZIGET festival has all bases covered this year, if there’s only one festival you go to to in 2018, make sure it’s this one.

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Introducing: GIRLI

Savage pop punk star GIRLI tears up Manchester’s Deaf Institute with a show not for the faint hearted

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Album Review: The Vaccines – Combat Sports

The Vaccines manage to rise from the rubble with a fourth album that harks back to the good old days, and may be their strongest release to date

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Interview: The Slow Readers Club

Vocalist Aaron chats festivals, influences and Manchester

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Live review: 30 Seconds to Mars

A typical cold and rainy night in MCR and there were high hopes to un-dampen spirits, which they managed but only for about 30% of the show