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Obituary: Scott Hutchinson

On Friday it was confirmed that, Frightened Rabbit singer, Scott Hutchinson was found dead after a presumed suicide.

Source: Gottwood Festival

Preview: Gottwood Festival 2018

Anglesey is no longer the place for caravan holidays with the grandparents, but rather a place to go with your pals for a really good time

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2018 Festival Guide

Looking for some summer inspiration for your festivals? let this be your one stop shop!

Photo: Wikimedia Commons @ Top Dawg Ent & Interscope Records

Hip-hop and the Pulitzer

Kendrick Lamar’s win in the Pulitzer Prize music category is a watershed moment for the perception of hip-hop as an art form.

Photo: Dominic Meason

Preview: 2000 Trees Festival 2018

2000 Trees always brings a stacked line up from some of the best Rock, Metal and Punk, and this year is no different

Photo: Alex Corns

Live Review: Kylie

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

Photo: Virginia Saul

Review: A Fight at the Opera

Anuli Changa reviews Music Society’s spectacular night of opera on the themes of war and conflict

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An ode to Antwerp

Why we should mourn the decline of UK nightlife

Photo: After Twilight

After Twilight: A Youth take over of the Whitworth

Putting young South Asian talent on the agenda, the Whitworth Young Contemporaries launched an evening full to the brim with conceptual art and emerging musicians to bring diversity back into galleries

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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

Photo: Jenn Five

Live Review: Highly Suspect

Jack Greeney reviews Grammy nominated rock band Highly Suspect on their European tour

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Review: Don Broco – Technology

Don Broco are back and with a bang, says Music Editor, Hannah Brierley