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Top 10 Albums of 2016

The Mancunion’s favourite albums of the past year, lovingly compiled and illustrated by our contributors

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Top 5: Songs to Mourn 2016

“2016 is gonna be MY year”, you said on January 1st, and chaos descended thenceforth

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Preview: Nos Alive Festival 2016

“You had me at Radiohead”. Henry Scanlan previews the lineup at Lisbon’s Nos Alive Festival 2016

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Fish Out Of Water: Radiohead Relay

Pierre Flasse journeys out of his depth through Radiohead’s past discography

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Album: Radiohead – A Moon Shaped Pool

A Moon Shaped Pool may be Radiohead’s dourest album yet, but it’s also possibly their most subtly beautiful

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Album: James Blake – The Colour In Anything

James Blake’s 76 minute epic lives up to it’s title, channelling shades of love and loss with extraordinary clarity, through vibrant and varied instrumentals

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Spectre & Speculation: Where will Radiohead go next?

Jay Plent muses on what Britain’s most influential band will do next

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Record reappraisal: Radiohead – Amnesiac

Amnesiac may not be Radiohead’s best, but it’s their weirdest.

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Live: Philip Selway

Philip Selway holds the audience’s attention even as the general mood puts the audience into an ethereal, contemplative haze

A bit too similar to Radiohead?

Album: Atoms for Peace – Amok

Thom Yorke’s supergroup deliver a convincing first bite at the full-length cherry

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From the vault: Radiohead – Pablo Honey

We take a look back at where it all started for one of the most influential bands in history

Radiohead delivered a career-spanning set at the Arena. Photo: Danielle Dalledonne

Live: Radiohead

A majestic set at the Manchester Arena showed why Radiohead remain the world’s most important rock band