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The Pleasure Dome present ‘Liminal Space’: A surprisingly varied punk rock powerhouse

The Pleasure Dome present ‘Liminal Space’: A surprisingly varied punk rock powerhouse

Bristolian rockers The Pleasure Dome return with their newest EP ‘Liminal Space’ to demonstrate their musical versatility
Beyond the Music in Manchester: The embryonic international festival

Beyond the Music in Manchester: The embryonic international festival

Why Beyond the Music had the seeds of something great, but is not quite there just yet
Live review: Sorry pour their hearts out at White Hotel

Live review: Sorry pour their hearts out at White Hotel

London five-piece Sorry came to White Hotel last week following the October release of their second album
Album review: Sorry – Anywhere But Here

Album review: Sorry – Anywhere But Here

The Mancunion reviews London post-punks Sorry’s second album, and it shapes up to be their most vulnerable work to date
An early finish leaves The Lemonheads’ fans sour

An early finish leaves The Lemonheads’ fans sour

The Lemonheads left fans feeling sour after an early exit at their Manchester show
Hook present new single, ‘I Want to See You Tonight’

Hook present new single, ‘I Want to See You Tonight’

Alex Cooper reviews latest single ‘I Want to See You Tonight’ by Dublin Trio Hook.
How Netflix’s Sex Education explores identity politics and victim blaming through fashion

How Netflix’s Sex Education explores identity politics and victim blaming through fashion

Fashion Writer Maisie Scott argues that fashion is key to the identity formation and the trauma experienced by the characters in the popular Netflix show, Sex Education
Live Review: Goat Girl

Live Review: Goat Girl

Bella Fleming gives all the details on upcoming indie-grunge band, Goat Girl, and their sold-out gig at Manchester’s beloved Gorilla

Album: Warpaint – Heads Up

Warpaint could have easily rested on the laurels of their successful 2014 self-titled album, but have progressed nonetheless with a little bit of inspiration from their R&B idols

Live: Alex G

Is this apathy or ecstasy? Who can tell. Either way, it’s pure melody. Henry Scanlan reports on Alex G, live at Night & Day