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.
Music Editor Reece Ritchie reviews ‘As The Love Continues’ Mogwai’s latest offering. Discussing post-rock and music without lyrics
The Mancunion’s introducing artist for 2021 is electronic artist Maud – ‘Real’ to ‘Baby Girl’ and everything in between Maud is certainly one to watch from the electronic scene
Music Editor Reece Ritchie catches up with Mae Muller to talk all things LA, her new EP and supporting Liam Payne of One Direction stardom. Putting into words just how life has changed for artists this past year
New Deputy Music Editor, Reece Ritchie, reviews Declan Mckenna’s delayed album Zeros, giving his opinions on its successes, failures and influences
Not an album to miss, especially during- and post-lockdown
From insurance policies to local venues the Coronavirus is affecting all areas of the music industry as detailed by contributers Reece Ritchie and Blake Crompton.
Cage the Elephant unleashed their noughties rock on the O2 Victoria Warehouse, with writer Reece Ritchie detailing their sound and that of supports SWMRS and Post Animal
Writer Reece Ritchie explores Mae Muller’s lyrics and inspiration during an interview touching on all aspects of her career
Contibutor ewis Oxley discusses new single “Limes” with Little Suspicions as well as their release pattern, releasing in lockdown and their distinct sound.
The Mancunions music editors give you a run down of Fuse FM’s plans for semester 2 and spotlights some shows to look out for.
Deputy Music Editor Reece Ritchie chats postpunk, lockdown, protests 60’s and 70’s soundtracks with The Howlers
Music editor Reece Ritchie interviews Australian Post-Punks The Nagging Doubts on their new single and their upcoming EP Autocalm. Covering Shoegaze, Slowcore and 80’s alternative influences.
Deputy music editor Reece Ritchie criticises the Conservative government’s attitudes towards creatives and defends their importance
Greater Manchester Police were in attendance in Fallowfield
Contributor Reece Ritchie holds little back when offering his thoughts on Real Estate’s latest offering
Writer Reece Ritchie explores the aftermath of Slowthai’s actions at the NME awards and how the music industry has reacted, giving his opinions on his home town hero’s actions