The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper

Archives

Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Preview: Little Comets

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

Photo: Album Artwork

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

Photo: Olivia White @ The Mancunion

Live review: The Howl & The Hum

The Howl & The Hum return to their hometown to play a sold-out gig amongst friends at The Fulford Arms

Photo: EP Artwork

EP Review: Everything Everything – A Deeper Sea

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

Jake Oliver @ The Mancunion

Live Review: Pale Waves

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

Photo: Sonic PR

Feature: in conversation with Georgie

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

Photo: Purple PR

Live Review: Rex Orange County

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

Photo: Purple PR

Live review: Dermot Kennedy

Jack Greeney reviews up and coming singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy’s sellout show at Gorilla

Photo: Lucy Stockdalea

Review: DMA’S – In The Air

‘In The Air’ is a beautifully tranquil release amid DMA’S’ growing hype

Photo: Album Artwork

Album review: MGMT – Little Dark Age

With those songs now synonymous with television adverts and film soundtracks, MGMT are back with a new album and potential new hits

Photo: Album Artwork

Album review: First Aid Kit – Ruins

An album beautifully crafted from the ruins of heartbreak

Photo: masao_nakagami @ Flickr

Live review: The Charlatans

The Charlatans come back to Madchester, entering their second golden age