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Tramlines Festival 2018

Sheffield’s Tramlines Festival is back for another summer of great live music and this year it’s better than ever with a huge line-up of artists over the weekend, from 20th – 22nd July

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Interview: DMA’S’ Tommy O’Dell

Lucy Stockdale chats with singer Tommy O’Dell of DMA’s about what’s next for the band

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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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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

Live Review – Arcade Fire

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

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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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‘The Zine is Dead’ – an NME Obituary

The once great music mag finally gives up pressing

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Live Review: Julien Baker

Despite the elements, Julien still puts on an impressive performance while in support for Belle & Sebastian

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Album: The Neighbourhood – The Neighbourhood

California’s moody monochromatic musicians drop an extremely average third album.

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Preview: The Wombats

Jake Oliver expresses his excitement for the two huge shows that The Wombats are planning in Manchester later this year