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After going viral with hit song ‘We’ll Never Have Sex’, Leith Ross embarked on their UK tour with a stop at Manchester’s Deaf Institute.
James Carroll talks you through the histroy of Manchester’s iconic music scene and the bands that shaped it, from golden oldies Joy Division to one of the biggest bands in the world right now, The 1975
From techno to indie to soul, Manchester’s extensive music scene has got you covered from Freshers and beyond
YES has the potential to be the music venue that does it all, but can it live up to the hype?
David Augusto welcomes Manchester’s new students with a host of well-renowned venues, but also hidden gems that are not to be missed
From sold-out arenas to atmospheric basements, this Freshers’ guide shows what Manchester’s array of venues has to offer
Like a cat, the green-eyed Bon Vivant prowls just off Oxford Road to see what she can get her paws on
Jessica Hamilton reviews Rebecca Black at Manchester’s Deaf Institute as she paves herself a brand new path to pop stardom.
Little Mix The Search winners Since September are embarking on a solo tour, which includes a date at Manchester’s Deaf Institute – ahead of their arena tour with Little Mix
Franc Moody unleash the funk at Manchester’s Deaf Institute, with an impressive repertoire of skill and musical variety, writes Ashwin Tharoor
Lily Martin reviews Blackpool-based Punk band Strange Bones, delving into the world of political music and mosh-pits at Manchester’s Deaf Institute
Savage pop punk star GIRLI tears up Manchester’s Deaf Institute with a show not for the faint hearted
David Ford plays an intimate set with friends at Manchester’s Deaf Institute
Lily Martin reviews Irish trio whenyoung at the Manchester date of their most recent tour, supported by The Ninth Wave at The Deaf Institute
Congratulate yourself on surviving the deadlines, tests and essays of university exam season with a bar crawl through best student bars in Manchester
Music editor Reece Ritchie breaks down his top 20 artists to check out in 2022. From local to international, here are his personal picks to add to your library this calendar year.
Daisy Culver interviews DJ Kiana Kabiri on her music, culture, and inspiration
Jess Foster interviews Manchester’s newest band, LOAstate, about their philosophy and musical influences