The Mancunion

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Live review: Imagine Dragons

This was the second time I’ve seen Imagine Dragons, and I have the feeling they only get better

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Live Review: Y.O.U.N.G

Rock mixed with reggae, pop, punk, hip-hop and a whole range of other genres, Y.O.U.N.G manages to blow the roof off of Deaf Institute

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Preview: The Wombats

Jake Oliver expresses his excitement for the two huge shows that The Wombats are planning in Manchester later this year

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Preview: Mallory Knox

Mallory Knox are like the hydra of the rock world, losing one frontman and growing back another one… but in a good way, says Music Editor, Hannah Brierley

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Album review: Camp Cope – How To Socialise And Make Friends

Australian punk trio Camp Cope produce a hard-hitting, deeply rewarding and empowering second album

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Live review: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

And God Said ‘Let there be 7 Australian musical virtuosos’, and there was King Gizzard

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Album review: Car Seat Headrest – Twin Fantasy

Will Toledo takes on modern masculinity to confirm his band as one of the best in indie-rock right now

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Live review: HMLTD

I spent my Valentine’s day with the most eccentric, outlandish glam-punk rock sextet

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Live Review: Wolf Alice

Wolf Alice team up with War Child UK and the BRITS to deliver a wild night full of ferocity that had the crowd howling for more

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Live Review: Don Broco

Don Broco leaves Music Editor Hannah Brierley grinning from ear to ear after the show, with an intense, adrenaline-filled performance

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Review: The Wombats – Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life

Beautiful people will ruin your life. Well, something ruined this album alright

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Review: DMA’S – In The Air

‘In The Air’ is a beautifully tranquil release amid DMA’S’ growing hype