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In conversation with Neville Pierce

From student editor to film journalist for Empire, Neville Pierce is quite the chameleon

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In Conversation with Kumail Nanjiani

Audiences in Manchester gain an insight into the making of The Big Sick

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Interview: Christina Martin

Canadian singer-songwriter Christina Martin chats to Rebekah Shaw about her upcoming UK tour, stripped-down shows, and the social responsibility of music artists

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Interview: Spoon

We spoke to the Texan indie greats about Trump, ambience, and how you should never listen to anything they have to say

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Interview: Whitney

A year on from the release of their debut album Light Upon The Lake, Whitney are still on the road. Joe Casson speaks to singer Julien Ehrlich about tour vans, Elton John, and pole dancing at Islington Mill

Afzal Khan, currently an MEP, will stand for Labour at the Gorton by-election [Photo: Wikimedia Commons]

Interview: Labour candidate Afzal Khan

In the first of a series of interviews with candidates standing in to be elected on June 8th, we speak with Gorton’s Labour candidate Afzal Khan about his campaign, his background, and why so few young people engage with politics

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Interview: MCR Live

Sophie Billington speaks to Rhys from the up-and-coming media network about the Manchester creative scene, student media and Women in Media

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Interview: Lower Than Atlantis

Eddy Thrower, drummer from Lower Than Atlantis, discusses the band’s new direction in their latest album release

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Feature: In conversation with Laura Marling

Rebekah Shaw speaks to Laura Marling about femininity, creative production, and moving on from LA at the folk musician’s first student conference

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A Student Life: The Revolutionary Marxist

We spoke to Ed Rosier, chair of the Marxist society, about the current growth of radical groups

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Interview: Sundara Karma

Amy Matthews joins indie starlets Sundara Karma before their sold-out show at the Albert Hall, to talk about their sold-out headline tour, Madchester and their debut album “Youth is only Ever Fun in Retrospect”

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Feature: Interview with filmmaker Josh Appignanesi

The New Man is now available in cinemas and on iTunes