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Live at Leeds – Festival Review

Live at Leeds – Festival Review

Serena travels to Leeds to review the first ever Live at Leeds: In the Park at Temple Newsam, covering Easy Life, Lauran Hibberd, Sports Team, The Snuts and more
Mr Jukes and Barney Artist chatting live for ‘The Locket’

Mr Jukes and Barney Artist chatting live for ‘The Locket’

Having just announced a new collaborative album Mr Jukes (Jack Steadman of Bombay Bicycle club) and Barney Artist sit down with Music Editor Reece Ritchie and Alannah Williams for the Mancunion
Songs for solace in self-isolation

Songs for solace in self-isolation

Jasmine Bennett provides a playlist of the best songs to fall into during lockdown based on Nick Cave’s “hiding songs” concept
Top 5 Recent Releases

Top 5 Recent Releases

Lily Martin presents this week’s recently released tracks that you should be listening out for

Event Review: Blue Monday – Bombay Bicycle Club DJ Set

Jamie MacColl took to the decks for another groovy episode of Antwerp’s best-loved indie event

Album: Bombay Bicycle Club – So Long, See You Tomorrow

They’re past the debut of indie teenage angst, the suprise folk and an unexpected electronic tangent – now what?

Live: Bombay Bicycle Club @ The Empress Ballroom, Blackpool

The main feature of this performance was reliability.

Live: Dog Is Dead @ Deaf Institute

Dog Is Dead have that feel good vibe that’ll hold them in good stead for the coming festival season.

Live: Dog Is Dead @ Sound Control

Dog Is Dead: nothing that you’ve not heard done better a dozen times before.

Feature: Bombay Bicycle Club

Prior to their Apollo show, we were lucky enough to catch up with Jamie and Suren to hear about their tour, new album, and potential solo plans.

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