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Groove Armada performed a captivating electronic dance set which had the whole of The Warehouse Project moving like I’ve never seen before.

The latest addition to Manchester’s legendary collection of music venues can be seen in the soon-to-open The Brickworks, located beneath the Barton Arcade between Deansgate and St Ann’s Square. Lily Martin explores what it has to offer.

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Critically acclaimed producer Jon Hopkins returns to Manchester’s Albert Hall for a midweek evening of well-crafted, atmospheric techno writes Tom Allen

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Manchester Academy gets a throwback to soulful sounds with a modern twist in the form of cool, charismatic immensely talented singer-songwriter Leon Bridges

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Fresh off a flight from New York, SG Lewis takes the time to discuss album concepts, motivations, and his UK tour, with contributor Pascale Chalmers-Arnold

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Manchester-based band King No-One dazzled crowds at the O2 Ritz, with a combination of old classics and new tracks from their upcoming EP, writes Lily Martin

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Preview: Still Corners

Still Corners, the London-based dream pop/synth-pop duo are coming to Manchester on Monday, following the release of their fourth studio album SLOW AIR

Slaves Photo: Hannah Brierley @ Mancunion

Live Review: Slaves

Contributor Owen Trimming reviews the highly-anticipated Slaves, who put on a meteoric performance at Manchester Academy

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Ex-Rascals front man and one half of the Last Shadow Puppets Miles Kane revitalises lad rock with a fun filled performance at the first night of his 2 day Academy residence

Photo: The Japanese House @ The Mancunion (Jake Oliver)

The Japanese House return from a year’s absence with more confidence and mastery than ever before to deliver an enchanting performance at Gorilla, writes Deputy Music Editor Jake Oliver

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