Editor Olivia White catches indie-pop 5-piece Heir at their Manchester gig as they have embarked on their ‘After Forever’ tour following the release of their latest single

Photo: Authorised Press Shot @ Stephen Fitzpatrick

A tribute to Her’s

Bella Fleming writes about the loss of the talented young band Her’s and their outstanding contribution to the indie music world

Live Review: Filth

Filth are the UK’s next hottest heavy pysch-punk band to surface from the recent resurgence writes Editor Olivia White

Julia Jacklin proved that she is more than the heartbreak of her last album, bringing laughter, sadness and fun facts about cities across the UK” writes Bella Fleming.

Live Review: Idles

From the dingy walls of Gorilla to the bouncing floor of the O2 Ritz- Idles conquer Manchester’s music scene, all the way to the Albert Hall in less than two years

Hot Chip as fresh ever performing old favourites and new tunes at Gorilla writes contributor Freya Thomson

Photo: Winona Newman @ The Mancunion

Jake Oliver reviews Anteros’ debut full-length release, When We Land, which sees a clash between the band’s original DIY grit and newer, more impressive production elements

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Despite an underwhelming crowd reaction, grungy rock trio LA band Cherry Glazerr performed an energetic set full of cool visuals and a mixture of their new album and more well-known songs

Up-and-coming UK rapper slowthai takes Manchester’s O2 Ritz by storm leaving fans yearning for more

A neon spectacle could be found at The Deaf Havana Albert Hall gig but did it live up to expectations in sound and sonic intensity?

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Jack Melvin chats to Drenge about their return to touring hot off the back of their latest full-length release ‘Strange Creatures’ and gives his take on their O2 Ritz headline show

Photo: Authorised Press Shot by Thomas Coe Brooker

Live Review: YONAKA

YONAKA take to the stage to perform a raucous sold-out set at Manchester’s Deaf Institute with stellar supports, Cassyette and Valeras

Mercy’s Cartel – the up and coming Bristol-based band blessed Night and Day Cafe with a pure show of talent writes Winona Newman

Georgina discusses style and creating a unique sound with Kashmere frontman, Joey Newey in the wake of their latest single release ‘Gravity’

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