Deputy music editor, Georgina Davidson reviews The 1975 at Manchester Arena
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Jemma Harris discusses the new single from Manchester’s own The 1975, a track focussed on social anxiety
Six years after The 1975 dropped Music For Cars, contributor Jasmine Bennett reflects on the EP
On the release of the The 1975’s latest and third outing, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, Jake Oliver and Olivia White track the group’s progress since their EP launch
With an upcoming tour and a third album on the way, Jasmine Bennett reviews the latest singles from one of Manchester’s greatest, The 1975.
The 1975 deliver a gluttonously self-indulgent new album
The final instalment in the hotly-tipped band’s trilogy of EPs continues to deliver on their early promise
Local foursome delight Deaf Institute with lyrics of sex, drugs, and chocolate
James Carroll talks you through the histroy of Manchester’s iconic music scene and the bands that shaped it, from golden oldies Joy Division to one of the biggest bands in the world right now, The 1975
Music contributor Gabriel Barnett gives his thoughts on the recent controversy surrounding the line-up announcement of Reading & Leed’s festival. Covering who he thinks should be featured and why there is no excuse for the current gender imbalance.
Jemma Harris discusses how the music industry can help make touring more sustainable
Georgina Davidson chats to dream pop newcomers beebaadoobee, Oscar Lang and No Rome ahead of their performances at the Dirty Hit showcase
In 1979 the Macclesfield four piece, along with the help of manager Rob Gretton, producer Martin Hannett, and Factory, let the winds of the industrial north-west blow over their strings and gave us Unknown Pleasures: an album that’s impact can still be felt today
Henry Clift reviews indie newcomer Beabadoobee’s latest EP Space Cadet which drifts from her acoustic folk-pop roots to the world of indie pop
George Walker argues Corbyn’s new Brexit policy is the only way to unite the country.
Your music editors tell you all you need to know about this year’s Mercury Prize winner and who they thought deserved the win
Alexander Cresswell explores whether the musical golden age of Manchester is a thing of the past, or still yet to be reached
Georgina Davidson explains why the red-hot Dakota Avenue are ones to watch