Remembering David Mancuso, founder of the legendary ‘by invitation only’ loft parties that transformed New York’s club scene in the early 70s
Bicep fail to flex their muscles, Daniel Avery takes a disappointing ordinary turn, and Andrew Weatherall brings back Madchester, during a strange night of surprises
Bipolar Sunshine does little to stir the audience to any higher echelons
Fancy eating your t-shirt or drinking syrup?
It might seem like a great idea in order to pay for those Taylor Swift tickets, but is working up to 30 – 40 hours week manageable? Robert Firth finds that it can be (so long as your boss loves you)
With some statistics showing that Manchester has the highest student burglary rate in England, Robert Firth talks to one student who had more than the usual fright on Halloween
Fuse’s new Africa just wants to enjoy itself
Lifestyle editor and suspect misanthropist Robert Firth has some top tips for anyone who just can’t be dealing with people today.
One of the founders of Kloodle, Phil Hayes, talks to Robert Firth about how they started and the graduate job market today.
The German maverick of electronic music returns with a typically experimental album on Hamburg-Berlin based Dial Records, writes Robert Firth
This jam packed night of house and techno, curated by UK duo Bicep, looks to be one of the highlights of 2015’s Warehouse Project
All that time you spent procrastinating on Twitter and Tumblr might have been worth it after all…
Dreading being stuck at home for three stifling months? Take a tip from Manchester student Mark Woodward and go stateside, even with little $, by volunteering as a Camp Leader.
“Don’t make me sound like a bitch: I’ll kill you.”
Robert Firth speaks to student Asha about English guys, interrail twats and peeing herself
The Jeremy Kyle Show claims to help guests. How can a show whose website advertises the chance to “get your ex back” help anyone asks Robert Firth?
Save your time, money and liver this weekend by opting not to go out, says Robert Firth
This week Robert Firth ventures beyond Manchester and finds himself bored in Chester