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The 1975 live: Pop euphoria At Its Very Best

The 1975 live: Pop euphoria At Its Very Best

What does a Greggs Sausage Roll have in common with raw meat and indie pop? Matty Healy of course. Check out The Mancunion’s review of the 1975 ‘At Their Very Best’ here.
Lana Del Rey unveils the title track from her upcoming 2023 album

Lana Del Rey unveils the title track from her upcoming 2023 album

What does the new single from Lana Del Rey tell us about her upcoming album of the same name ‘Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd?’
Live Review: Jamie T at Victoria Warehouse

Live Review: Jamie T at Victoria Warehouse

Jamie T returns to Manchester with a mediocre set but a smattering of bangers in the encore
Grace Ives thrills at YES Basement

Grace Ives thrills at YES Basement

Grace Ives graces YES Basement with a set of alt-pop instant classics and support from Greysha
Sea Girls made ‘shore’ to impress at the Victoria Warehouse

Sea Girls made ‘shore’ to impress at the Victoria Warehouse

Sea Girls bring a set of feel-good indie rock to Victoria Warehouse
Willie J Healey shares new single ‘Sure Feels Good’

Willie J Healey shares new single ‘Sure Feels Good’

Willie J Healey has shared another stylish and captivating cut from his upcoming album Bunny
On ‘And In the Darkness, Hearts Aglow’ Weyes Blood shines

On ‘And In the Darkness, Hearts Aglow’ Weyes Blood shines

The ethereal singer-songwriter delivers strong track after strong track on her latest album
Live review: Charlie Hickey at Night and Day Café

Live review: Charlie Hickey at Night and Day Café

The Californian artist visits Night and Day Café as part of his Nervous At Night tour
Live review: Courtney Barnett gives fans a religious experience at Albert Hall

Live review: Courtney Barnett gives fans a religious experience at Albert Hall

The Australian singer-songwriter graces Manchester’s Albert Hall as part of her European tour
Live review: Stella Donnelly takes Manchester by storm

Live review: Stella Donnelly takes Manchester by storm

Australian singer-songwriter Stella Donnelly plays an empowering set at Band on the Wall
Album review: easy life’s MAYBE IN ANOTHER LIFE… feels mediocre and muddled

Album review: easy life’s MAYBE IN ANOTHER LIFE… feels mediocre and muddled

Everybody’s favourite Leicester five-piece tackles the dreaded ‘second album syndrome’ with mixed success
‘Tableau’ – A Celestial Contribution by The Orielles

‘Tableau’ – A Celestial Contribution by The Orielles

The Orielles release their highly anticipated album ‘Tableau’, a cosmic 16-track record which defies the limitations of musical genres
The Orielles showcase a new direction at Stoller Hall

The Orielles showcase a new direction at Stoller Hall

Halifax trio The Orielles trade psychedelic-rock for a darker, distorted sound, aided by The Northern Session Collective Orchestra at Stoller Hall
Live review: Maxïmo Park entertain at Manchester Academy

Live review: Maxïmo Park entertain at Manchester Academy

Indie favourites Maxïmo Park play a set of non-stop bangers at Manchester Academy, with support from Pip Blom
Kasabian proceed with flare on ‘The Alchemist’s Euphoria’

Kasabian proceed with flare on ‘The Alchemist’s Euphoria’

Alex Cooper reviews the seventh studio album from Kasabian.
Album Review: Jamie T proposes ‘The Theory Of Whatever’

Album Review: Jamie T proposes ‘The Theory Of Whatever’

Jamie T’s new album ‘Theory of Whatever’ does not disappoint. The Mancunion reviews the indie king’s fifth album.
In conversation with Scouting for Girls’ Roy Stride

In conversation with Scouting for Girls’ Roy Stride

Theatre Editor Jay Darcy chats to Roy Stride, the lead singer of Scouting for Girls, about the band’s surprise success and incredible longevity
Beabadoobee Breaks the Sophomore Album Curse with Beatopia

Beabadoobee Breaks the Sophomore Album Curse with Beatopia

Owen Scott reviews the second album by indie icon Beabadoobee.
Moovin’ and Groovin’: Moovin’ Festival 26-28th August

Moovin’ and Groovin’: Moovin’ Festival 26-28th August

Preview for this year’s Moovin Festival on 26-28th August, featuring Moodyman, Shy FX, and many more.
Album Review: The Line Is A Curve – Kae Tempest

Album Review: The Line Is A Curve – Kae Tempest

Conrad Pope reviews the excellent new LP from South London spoken-word artist Kae Tempest.

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