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Interview: Husky Loops

Jay Plent grills Husky Loops on music, art, life, and where the three coalesce

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Live review: Electric Six

Electric Six’s Dick Valentine makes love to the crowd

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Live Review: Jessarae

Yes, he can bring it in the recording studio, but can he perform live? Imogen Doyle reviews Jessarae at the Deaf Institute

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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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Live review: Wiley

The Godfather of Grime took to Manchester Academy on the night of the Brits to deliver a fast-paced performance that saw him reinstate his position as king

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Live review: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

And God Said ‘Let there be 7 Australian musical virtuosos’, and there was King Gizzard

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Live Review: Rex Orange County

The 19-year-old rising star put on a smooth, charming show at Gorilla

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Album review: Car Seat Headrest – Twin Fantasy

Will Toledo takes on modern masculinity to confirm his band as one of the best in indie-rock right now

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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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Album Review: Turnstile – Time & Space

Turnstile’s sophomore album is more creative, consistent and energetic then previous material, but most importantly it’s a whole lot of fun

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Album Review: Rejjie Snow – Dear Annie

One of the most significant and creative hip-hop releases of the year