The Mancunion

Britain's biggest student newspaper

Archives

Photo: Matt Biddulph @flickr

Top 5: Album closers

All good things must come to an end — it’s our last print issue of the year! Let Joe Casson’s selection of album closers help you to wipe the tears away

Photo: Marco Zielske @flickr

Top 5: Colourful songs for Holi

The Hindu festival of colours is celebrated from India to Platt Fields Park. Charlotte Ridout recommends five rainbow records for this occasion

Photo: greyloch@flickr

Top 5 books to get you into Terry Pratchett’s Discworld

Brocha Goode suggests five Terry Pratchett books that are an excellent entry point to Discworld

Photo: Abby Gillardi @flickr

Top 5: “Good” Songs

In unprecedented times of bad and ugly, it’s important to keep an eye out for the good. Ben Lomax picks out his top 5 songs both good in name and good in nature.

photo: album artwork

Top 5: Tracks by LGBT+ Artists

Charlotte Ridout lists her top 5 songs by LGBT+ artists

Photo: album artwork

Top 5: Pre-Summer Warm Ups

Tara Bharadia is already anticipating the buzz of summer – and the workout that preceeds it with this weeks Top 5

Photo: Flood G@flickr

Top 5 comic books for complete beginners

Brocha Goode recommends five graphic novels and comic books for those who don’t like superheroes

Photo: starbright31 @ Flickr

Top 5: Album Openers

Some of the best songs ever written have sat proudly at the top of their album’s track listing, after all, the opening track needs to sell the rest of the album to the listener

Photo: Columbia Pictures

Top 5: Films about food

Eat with your eyes

Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Top 5: Songs to Mourn 2016

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

Photo: @Flickr rachosaur

Top 5: Winter Films

Films to get you through this winter

Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Top 5: Songs to introduce you to classical music

Finding yourself out of the loop when your musical friends talk classical? Stuart Grantham has compiled an introduction to catch you up in no time