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Psychedelic Porn Crumpets performed a fiercely energetic gig to a packed-out crowd of psych rock fans in The Pink Room at Yes writes contributor Alex Wain

Dubliners Fontaines DC storm the Gorilla stage a day after the release of their debut LP Dogrel writes Caolan Coleman.

Barns Courtney

English singer, songwriter and musician Barns Courtney played at Manchester Academy on Friday, and it was a performance to remember.

Contributor Freya Thomson previews Bluedot Festival which sees science meet music with headliners New Order, Kraftwerk, and Hot Chip.

A slightly anti-climactic and pricey event, the highlight was undoubtedly Pendulum’s incredible DJ set which truly made the night worth going

Playing only a handful of gigs in the last six months, Lily Martin catches up with rising stars The Post Romantics to get the latest on their plans for the future.

Contributor Jack Greeney interviews rising indie stars The Night Café talking the upcoming festival season, Swim Deep and news of their imminent debut album

Live Review: Loski

Contributor Luke McGavin reviews Loski’s Manchester Academy 2 show who delivered an underwhelming performance

Anteros’ Laura Hayden and Harry Balazs on sexism in the music industry, their new album and their dreams of being festival headliners writes Winona Newman.

Live Review: Nao

Saturn is Nao’s newest album and is her most coherent and impressive work yet. Her show at the Albert Hall fills the venue wall to wall with joy as she sails through it, showcasing her new work.

The Hunna

Live Review: The Hunna

The Hunna played a sold-out show at Manchester Academy and were greeted by a surge of screaming and chaotic jumping up and down from the crowd.

MARINA returns after four years for the first of a two part album. Contributor Georgina explores the gentle, lyrical elegance of her latest release ‘Love’.

Winona Newman gives us the run-down of one of the UK’s strongest festival lineup’s this year in Oxfordshire’s Truck Festival.

Live Review: PUP

A musically brilliant performance from PUP on their ‘Morbid Stuff’ tour but a somewhat odd atmosphere at Leed’s Brudenell Social Club which may have impeded on the whole evening writes Georgina Davidson.

18 year old musician Charlotte Lawrence is making her Alt-Pop dream a reality, with an electric set at the Deaf Institute to wrap up her European tour.

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