Cameron Taylor looks at WHP’s move to Mayfield Depot
Jasmine Bennett takes a glimpse at the rising female stars in the new, mysterious realm of reinvented pop
Women make up just 17% of the charts, and sexism in the industry goes much deeper even in our local music scenes, writes Lily Martin
On the announcement that Pink will receive the BRIT Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music, Bella Fleming looks at the reasons why she is not a worthy winner
Jasmine Bennett scrutinises the latest from the world’s favourite pop queen, Ariana Grande
Georgia Wiltshire interviews UoM graduate Hattie Andrews, founder of The Politics Project, about encouraging young poeple to be politically engaged and how digital technology connects politicians with the classroom
Ruby Johnston takes to Instagram to shortlist our top 5 Halloween makeup looks for some serious creative inspiration. ‘Cause if you’ve got it, haunt it, honey!
Students Eva Gerretsen and Bea Bacon tell us about their podcast ‘Fallowfeels’ and the journey that led them to discuss their interests on a public platform.
The endlessly quotable heist masterpiece that is 1969’s “The Italian Job” gets better every time you watch it and makes you smile, no matter what.
Eccentric indie disco The Howl & The Hum release new stripped-back live video for latest single Hall of Fame, writes music Editor Olivia White
Wicca Phase Springs Eternal’s latest release proves to be as long-lasting as his name suggests, writes Jasmine Bennett.
Aidan Tinsley explores George Harrison’s famous relationship with Ravi Shankar and how the influence of Indian music has infiltrated the UK’s popular music scene
Contributor Bella Fleming spills all the details on the upcoming BRIT Awards and everything you need to know in preparation for the big night.
Contributor Andrew Fowler highlights some of Manchester’s most exciting upcoming events now that we’re settled back into second semester
Ellis Coopey reports on his stroll through musically-scored time, and tells us whether you can, in fact, host an art exhibition in one of the country’s busiest train stations
As the legendary Warehouse Project reaches the end of its Store Street occupancy, Alex Coupe reflects on the past, present and future of Manchester’s most exciting musical extravaganza
The story behind the ever-growing global independent film network, Lift-Off