The 13th show in this year’s Warehouse Project calendar was a diverse mix of techno trendsetters, from the German influences of Chris Liebing and Pan-Pot to rave icon Alan Fitzpatrick reports Sam Honey
Lily Martin explores behind the scenes with The Blinders, reviewing their live performance at Academy 2 and chatting to the band about going on tour
Evocative, melancholic, and stylistically strong, Beach House put on a hypnotic show, pleasing a packed out crowd at Albert Hall reviews Pascale Chalmers-Arnold.
Georgina Davidson enjoys a wonderfully warm, packed out night at WAM Festival for The Orielles, with sensational sights and sounds to be had for many.
Orla Quilligan reviews ‘Death of Salesman’ at the Royal Exchange Theatre
Harry Darwin, a Fortnite and eCoaching professional with the patience of a saint, talks to The Mancunion about what it is to coach
Franc Moody unleash the funk at Manchester’s Deaf Institute, with an impressive repertoire of skill and musical variety, writes Ashwin Tharoor
Kit Delamain catches up with The Manor for a chat just before they take to the stage at their sold out show at The Deaf Institute.
Despite the dramatic change in line up, Gang of Four manage to retain much of their classic punk ethos, writes contributor Cameron Taylor
Seeing alt-J live at The Bridgewater Hall felt like a spiritual experience – completely breathtaking and utterly mesmerising, writes contributor Alex Wain
Contributor Lucy Clutton-Brock gives us a rundown of The Coral’s energetic sold-out Albert Hall gig
Bella Fleming gives all the details on upcoming indie-grunge band, Goat Girl, and their sold-out gig at Manchester’s beloved Gorilla
Sam McElhattan reviews Keisha Thompson: ‘Man on the Moon’ as part of Contact at STUN
The young Australian rockers are good, but their crowds are better
Scouse mod-rock legend Miles Kane talks about album inspiration and collaborations on his new album – Coup de Grace – with contributor Shivani Kaura.
Art School Girlfriend is turning heads in the underground music scene. Writer Byron Gamble spoke with her ahead of her debut album releasing in 2019.
Brudenell Social Club is treated to a night of reflection and emotion, courtesy of Welsh talent Novo Amor, writes contributor Urussa Malik.