Those who prefer the older Enter Shikari and dislike political lyrics may be left disappointed.
UMWRFC Scrum Half and University of Manchester Sports Scholarship Athlete
Will England ever learn how to bat on the subcontinent?
The Mancunion reports on an American Institution live from Times Square
The only disappointment was not from the band itself but from the abnormally lacklustre crowd.
This is a music that dares to be different, every single night.
Have Lloyd and Tasha found true love just in time for Valentine’s Day?
What I read about The Art of Fielding (TAOF) in online reviews: Henry Skrimshander is a young baseball genius who might just be good enough to lead perennial no-hopers Westish College all the way to the championship. But – uh-oh! – one bad throw causes him to lose his nerve! There are also 4 other […]
What we’ve got here is an album brimming with energy. A genuine piece of music, layered and packaged.
Thomas McMahon takes a look at the underrated French Ligue 1 title race.
The first in a series articles from Sports Editor Paddy Madden as he looks at the Sports Scene down under from his Sydney base.
Taking a look at what our favourite footballers of the past are up to now.
The past few years have seen P!ATD deviate from the stereotyped “emo” and are now appreciated for their music ability
‘I paint people, not because of what they are like, not exactly in spite because of what they are like, but how they happen to be’; so said Lucien Freud, the recently deceased grandson of Sigmund, acclaimed artist and friend to a host of international fashion icons. Characterized by his creativity, charm and apparent disregard […]
The release of The Chemical Brothers’ debut film proves the music industry can seem more alive than you think.
Winner of the Resident Advisor 2011 Live Act Poll, Nico Jaar, sells out a dangerously packed Sound Control.