Kristin Cooper discusses the removal of electronic producer Four Tet’s albums from streaming services amid a legal dispute concerning royalties, highlighting the ongoing issue of record labels failing to properly remunerate artists for streaming revenue.
Emily Johnston reviews a riveting and riotous night at Manchester’s O2 Ritz, courtesy of post-punkers shame.
An explosive career-defining set from Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes at Manchester Academy
How much exactly does it cost to follow a bands whole tour? Music editor Reece Ritchie discusses how much it cost Rob and Jake of TPD TV to follow Biffy Clyro’s whole Fingers Crossed tour, with extra Don Broco dates for added measure.
Emily Turvey reviews London-based singer-songwriter Joy Crookes’ debut album tour concert at Academy 2
Kristin Cooper investigates the post-punk band Girl Band’s decision to change their name to Gilla Band after 10 years
Maddie Drake covers the Gigs and Bands societies latest offering live at the Bread Shed.
The Mancunion catches up with bedroom pop legend Cavetown and chat about his new tour, EP, and emotionally detaching from older tracks.
Contributor Maddie Oxley covers The Reytons debut album ‘Kids Off The Estate’! These Scruff of the Neck artist’s are Doncaster’s freshest talent.
Snail Mail’s sophomore album beautifully conveys her emotions, and does not hold back.
Sarah Taylor reviews an enchanting set from Freya Beer, who interweaves poetry with glam-rock instrumentals making for a captivating show.
Maddie Drake reviews the highly anticipated fourth album from IDLES. Expect punk-rock mayhem and fist-pumping hooks!
Taylor Swift’s RED boasts 10 ‘from the vault’ songs as well as a comprehensive rerecord of the original album.
We take a deep dive into the plethora of venues available at the University of Manchester’s Students’ Union!
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Steps and Sophie Ellis-Bextor at the AO Arena.
New contributor Dan Knight covers The Charlatan’s NHS benefit gig at Gorilla ahead of their winter tour and compilation album
The Mancunion discusses whether spending you night at The Warehouse Project is actually worth the price