Fontaines D.C., since the release of their debut album Dogrel, have gone from strength to strength. Acclaimed albums, sold-out tours, and a residency at Manchester Academy for three nights seem like light work for the five-piece. Cementing their place at the forefront of the post-punk revival, all eyes are on them for their next steps. […]
Features Editor Serafina Kenny gives an unfortunately scathing review of Boston Manor’s recent gig at Manchester Academy 2
A review of ‘The Kooks’ live at Manchester o2 Victoria Warehouse as they tour their 15 year old album ‘Inside in/Inside out’
A review of ambient/glitch pop artist yeule’s latest album, Glitch Princess
Owen Scott looks back at Fleetwood Mac’s iconic album ‘Rumours’ as it turns 45
While she doesn’t reinvent the wheel, Alix Page shows potential on debut EP ‘Old News’. Check out the Mancunion’s full review here.
This LGBT+ History Month, the Untold Orchestra will be performing their show Queer Icons at Contact Theatre’s Queer Contact
A review of the new ambient EP Antidawn by Burial.
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy talks to Jake Quickenden about his achievements and aspirations, ahead of Footloose’s stint in Manchester
Recent Kae Tempest single ‘Salt Coasts’ challenges conceptions of national pride, and has left the Mancunion’s music section stunned!
The Stoller House’s new season draws inspiration from the natural world, reflecting the venue’s commitment to sustainable practices
The punk-rock icons celebrate their 50 year career with a greatest hits set at Manchester’s O2 Apollo.
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Mel C, aka Sporty Spice, at O2 Ritz Manchester
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.
The Mancunion interviews rapper meets early-2000s indie artist Master Peace ahead of his UK tour. Covering his influences, collaborations style and more.
The Mancunion music section breaks down their favourite love songs of all time to prepare you for your hottest valentines date yet!
Kristin Cooper reviews Post-punk group Legss play to a sold out crowd at YES basement with support from Pyncher and Mandrake Handshake.