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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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Live Review: Joan Baez

It may be Joan Baez’ farewell tour, but her incredible, captivating voice will stay with audiences forever, writes Alex Corns

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Live: SU meets with students to discuss options post-strike

Live updates on the ‘Industrial Action: Next Steps’ meeting organised by the Students’ Union

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Live Review: Mabel

Mabel commanded energy and attention as she confidently opened for Harry Styles

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Live Review: Niall Horan

One ex-boyband member finds his own Direction in an upbeat, folksy gig that promises a bright future

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Live Review: The Wombats

The Wombats bring their relentless energy to the Academy for a second sold out show

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Live Review: Kylie

Kylie playing Gorilla is a special treat for all, and Manchester shows its gratitude better than anywhere else

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Live: Feeder

Feeder demonstrate their generation-spanning appeal

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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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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