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Live: The War On Drugs

Despite an overall great show at the Apollo, The War on Drugs made some artistic decisions that left reviewer Calum Pinder somewhat frustrated

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Live Review: PVRIS

Pvris came to the Apollo Manchester to play the biggest show of their career so far.

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Live Review: Liam Gallagher

Did what it said on the tin… unadulterated brilliance, as you were

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Record reappraisal: Michael Jackson – Thriller

Tara Bharadia discusses the relevance of the record today

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Live review: Kasabian

Kasabian proves to Manchester that they are, without a doubt, still totally on fire

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Live review: The Lemon Twigs

Occasionally wholesome good-natured 70’s glam pop fun

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Interview: Tom Hingley

Former Inspiral Carpets’ frontman Tom Hingley chats the ‘labour of love’ of keeping his music alive

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Live Review: Blondie

Joe Hissey reviews the magical comeback of shimmering 70’s punk

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Interview: The Rills

We sat down with upcoming Lincoln lads The Rills to talk rough starts, shit jobs and Arctic Monkeys

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Live Review: Father John Misty

An evening of unique insight and equal humour at the O2, as Father John Misty brings his trademark wisdom to Manchester

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Live Review: Declan McKenna at The Ritz

Music writer Jack Greeney reviews the biggest show of the emerging indie singer-songwriter’s career so far

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Live Review: Airbourne

Music contributor Jack Greeney reviews the last leg of ultimate “Dad-Rock” band, Airbourne in all their hair metal glory