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Cosmo Sheldrake announces debut album ‘The Much Much How How and I’

The album is set to drop on 6th April when Cosmo headlines Soup Kitchen

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Album Review: Songs of Praise – Shame

Sugar daddies, blood bathing, social inequality, and capitalism – what more could you possibly want?

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Live: We Were Promised Jetpacks

Callum Lunn thinks We Were Promised Jetpacks deserved a better audience

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Why you should see City Calm Down tomorrow

The Melbourne four-piece play Soup Kitchen on Tuesday 28th November

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What’s on this week?

Despite fairly slim pickings, music reporter Callum Pinder has rounded up the cream of the crop of music events to show your face at this week

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Live: Flesh & together PANGEA

Flesh & Together Pangea give a lesson in tedium

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Venue Review: Soup Kitchen is cooking up something good

Despite not having a rich history akin to that of Manchester’s other venues, Soup Kitchen has made a name as one of the most eclectic places in Manchester

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Live: Real Lies

Real Lies find their spiritual home in dance music Mecca, Manchester

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Club: Daniel Avery

Avery’s lack of charisma is more than made up for by his music

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Live: Jam City

Jam City’s live show feels undercooked

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Live: Flamingods

Someday the Hare Krishna will get around to forming their own psychedelic supergroup. Until then, there’s Flamingods

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Live: The Preatures

With such a likeable sound and energy, you can’t imagine The Preatures will be playing small venues forever