The Mancunion

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EP Review: Everything Everything – A Deeper Sea

One of Manchester’s most exciting bands tackles toxic masculinity with an explosion of rock-synth.

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Liverpool Sound City reveals collaboration with Stealing Sheep

The collaboration is co-commissioned by Sound City Innovation Partner Edge Hill University and Brighter Sound

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Record Reappraisal: The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill

Legendary Lauryn Hill’s album ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ turns 20, but is still timeless, recalls contributor Tara Bharadia

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Live Review: The Xcerts

The Xcerts Drive the Deaf Institute Wild

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Live Review: SHEAFS

Explosive Sheffield 5-piece Sheafs are fuelling an uprising for the return of punk infused indie rock and are establishing their stance to be on top

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Interview: Bad Sounds

Bad Sounds are killing the indie rock scene at the moment

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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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Live Review: Pale Waves

Goth-pop heroes Pale Waves bring their 80s inspired heartbreak to Gorilla

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Album review: Camp Cope – How To Socialise And Make Friends

Australian punk trio Camp Cope produce a hard-hitting, deeply rewarding and empowering second album

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Album review: Andrew W.K. – You’re Not Alone

Andrew W.K. just falls short of a great album

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Feature: in conversation with Georgie

Mansfield’s rising country star supports Jake Bugg on his UK tour

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Live review: Tom Misch

Tom Misch clapped, shouted and stomped his way to success says, Imogen Doyle