Music editor Reece Ritchie breaks down his top 20 artists to check out in 2022. From local to international, here are his personal picks to add to your library this calendar year.
The Mancunion interviews rapper meets early-2000s indie artist Master Peace ahead of his UK tour. Covering his influences, collaborations style and more.
The Mancunion take a deep dive into why Night and Day Café matters to us. Why you should care about the recent strike action and how you can help. Long Live Night and Day!
We take a deep dive into the plethora of venues available at the University of Manchester’s Students’ Union!
Music editor Reece Ritchie delves into his experience of Don Broco live at Manchester Academy 1. Fresh off the release of ‘Amazing Things’ they were white hot!
Natasha Williamson delves into Stromae’s reinvention with Santé. The maestros first release in over three years, his artistry and cinematography.
The Mancunion’s coverage of the 2021 Conservative Party Conference Protest in pictures – photos by Antonio Ross and Reece Ritchie
Grime artist and Mancunion contributor (Geoblu) interviews Alfie Templeman. They discuss new projects, his roots in Bedfordshire and smoking for inspiration
Music editor Reece Ritchie reviews Fresh’s latest single ‘Girl Clout’, covering its themes of performative male activism for the Women in Media Conference.
The Mancunion interviews Dream Wife’s guitarist Alice. We discuss their second record ‘So When You Gonna’, their upcoming tour and Gorilla date on the 25th of March, working with an all-female team, and more!
The Mancunion music section breaks down their favourite love songs of all time to prepare you for your hottest valentines date yet!
How much exactly does it cost to follow a bands whole tour? Music editor Reece Ritchie discusses how much it cost Rob and Jake of TPD TV to follow Biffy Clyro’s whole Fingers Crossed tour, with extra Don Broco dates for added measure.
The Mancunion catches up with bedroom pop legend Cavetown and chat about his new tour, EP, and emotionally detaching from older tracks.
Music Editor Reece Ritchie covers Gender Roles early set at Yes’s Basement last month in pictures.
The Mancunion catches up with The Hara over the summer fresh off of their recent livestream gig success with a live zoom interview!
Having just announced a new collaborative album Mr Jukes (Jack Steadman of Bombay Bicycle club) and Barney Artist sit down with Music Editor Reece Ritchie and Alannah Williams for the Mancunion
Contibutor Lewis Oxley discusses new single “Limes” with Little Suspicions as well as their release pattern, releasing in lockdown and their distinct sound.