Blondie bring a whirlwind of greatest hits to Manchester cementing their star status. Sarah Taylor reviews.
Previewing the summer series of concerts – Sounds of the City – at Manchester’s Castlefield Bowl in 2022.
Deputy Music Editor Sarah Taylor reviews the debut album from indie darlings Wet Leg.
Sarah Taylor reviews Manchester Art Gallery’s retrospective exhibition on the life and works of prolific filmmaker, artist, and activist Derek Jarman.
Ahead of their Spring UK tour, the iconic Blondie drummer discusses the legacy of Heart of Glass, playing with the Ramones, and his upcoming memoir.
Sarah Taylor reviews Miles Kane newest album, Change The Show.
On the cusp of releasing their fifth studio album, Fix The World, Not Yourself, Dan Haggis of indie-rock main-stayers The Wombats discusses the meaning of the record, how the band have evolved in the 20 years since their formation, and why the band keep dying in their music videos. Your new record Fix Yourself, Not […]
Ahead of the release of their second LP ‘Outside Of The Blue’, Sarah Taylor sits down with Jonny Quinn of SPINN to chat taking inspiration from mental health, politics, horror films and Christmas!
We interview indie-pop misfits BLOXX about their upcoming tour, latest EP ‘Pop Culture Radio’, and the importance of speaking up.
Music Editor Sarah Taylor reviews Hedwig and the Angry Inch at HOME, starring Divina De Campo
Announcing the British Pop Archive at the university’s very own John Rylands Library. Including artefacts from Joy Division’s Ian Curtis, New Order, the Sex Pistols, and Granada Television.
Sunflower Bean chat about making political music, performing for Bernie Sanders, and that collaboration with the Manic Street Preachers.
The punk-rock icons celebrate their 50 year career with a greatest hits set at Manchester’s O2 Apollo.
As Lana Del Rey’s seminal album Born To Die turns 10, Sarah Taylor looks back at its legacy and influence.
Sarah Taylor and Dan Knight caught up with Miles Kane to talk about his new album Change The Show, upcoming tour and that collaboration with Lana Del Rey!
Sarah Taylor reviews an enchanting set from Freya Beer, who interweaves poetry with glam-rock instrumentals making for a captivating show.
The Mancunion Music Section contributors share their musical recommendations in celebration of Black History Month.
Under the misty blue lights of Academy 2, Brighton-based indie outfit Black Honey make their long-awaited return to Manchester. Over the years, the quartet have earned a reputation for their raucous live shows and rightly so. Lead singer Izzy B. Phillips is a force to be reckoned with, strutting about the stage, with her platinum […]