Writer Alannah Williams covers her thought on the latest offering from Nashville rockers, Kings of Leon
Sarah Taylor digs deep into Carnage – the newest album by Nick Cave (Of Bad Seeds fame) and Warren Ellis.
The Mancunions music editors give you a run down of Fuse FM’s plans for semester 2 and spotlights some shows to look out for.
The music industry and artists alike have been hit hard by the coronavirus. With live gigs out the window, music consumption has almost entirely been digital. Musicians and people in the business have been forced to find new and creative ways to promote their music. Most of the revenue that boosts the music industry comes […]
This band, by now, should not need any introduction. From recording in their bedrooms to signing to an agency without even having played a show, DMA’s have gone from strength to strength and already have a musical career on track. With three albums under their belt, the brit-pop infused Aussie trio have firmly demonstrated their […]
Lana Williams catches Shambolics’ live stream in aid of Kirkaldy Foodbank
Deputy Music Editor Reece Ritchie chats postpunk, lockdown, protests 60’s and 70’s soundtracks with The Howlers
Culture Editor Georgina Davidson takes a dive into the concepts and emergence of avant-pop producer SOPHIE, remembered for her future-facing sound and style
The Mancunion’s introducing artist for 2021 is electronic artist Maud – ‘Real’ to ‘Baby Girl’ and everything in between Maud is certainly one to watch from the electronic scene
Mancunion contributor Sarah Taylor sits down with Sub Cultures to discuss recording their self titled EP.
A brief look into the wisdom of MF DOOM, and why you should be listening to him right this second.
More good news for festival-lovers this summer! Hide & Seek Festival is set to return on Saturday 4th September. A day (and night!) of underground House, Techno and Dance music. Set in the gorgeous grounds of the Capesthorne Hall Estate, the festival overlooks three lakes and is surrounded by lush countryside. It’s Bridgerton, if the […]
Music Editor Reece Ritchie reviews ‘As The Love Continues’ Mogwai’s latest offering. Discussing post-rock and music without lyrics
Discover one of the strangest collaboration to date, as tech tik tok teens meet post punk molchat doma
Luke Mcgavin reviews Slowthai’s second release TYRON – The duality of the record, its influences, highlights and downfalls
Jade Yong breaks down the existentialist musings of art-rocker Annabel Allum’s Lockdown Sessions
After reviewing her live in concert, Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Melanie Martinez’ theatrical livestream, Can’t Wait Till I’m Out of K-12