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Introducing: GIRLI

Savage pop punk star GIRLI tears up Manchester’s Deaf Institute with a show not for the faint hearted

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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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Interview: MØ

Zoe Kent speaks to MØ ahead of her show at Manchester’s O2 Ritz

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Interview: Zkeletonz

The post-pop trio from London FaceTime with Tobias Soar to talk about synths, lyrical inspiration and being “musical vigilantes” in the rising post-pop scene

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Album: The Neighbourhood – The Neighbourhood

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

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Live Review: Seal

Seal made Valentine’s Day unforgettable for the O2 Apollo on his Standards Tour

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K-pop in crisis: a controlling, corporate culture

Beneath a happy, energetic K-Pop exterior lies a draconian, corporate underworld

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Live review: The Front Bottoms

The Front Bottoms entwined the exploration and lyricism of folk music with the fast-paced assertiveness of punk

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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

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Album review: First Aid Kit – Ruins

An album beautifully crafted from the ruins of heartbreak

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Album Review: Fall Out Boy – M A N I A

A failed attempt to stay relevant

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Album Review: Camila – Camila Cabello

Cabello sounds comfortable in herself and more than capable of going alone