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Under the misty blue lights of Academy 2, Brighton-based indie outfit Black Honey make their long-awaited return to Manchester. Over the years, the quartet have earned a reputation for their raucous live shows and rightly so. Lead singer Izzy B. Phillips is a force to be reckoned with, strutting about the stage, with her platinum […]

Saoirse Akhtar-Farren looks back on Yang Sweeps’ eccentric performances and tells us what we can expect from them when they return to Art in Mancunia 2020…

Photo: Slum Village (Contributor's Photo)

Live Review: Slum Village

Aaron Georgious reviews the legendary hip hop group Slum Village as they take to the stage of a sold-out Gorilla for a night of old school bangers.

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Live Review: King No-One

Manchester-based band King No-One dazzled crowds at the O2 Ritz, with a combination of old classics and new tracks from their upcoming EP, writes Lily Martin

Kurt Vile Photo: Bella Fleming @ Mancunion

Live Review: Kurt Vile

Kurt Vile plays as a shaggy-haired guitar virtuoso, preaching his beautiful music to a sea of dedicated fans, writes Bella Fleming

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Live Review: Dream Wife

London-based girl band Dream Wife transform a sold-out Gorilla into a convent of followers worshipping at the altar of riot grrrl punk and euphoric guitar riffs

Julia Jacklin proved that she is more than the heartbreak of her last album, bringing laughter, sadness and fun facts about cities across the UK” writes Bella Fleming.

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Live Review: IN-SENSÉ

“Think Jorja Smith vocals meeting Goat Girl bass lines meeting Idles’ punk energy”, writes Bella Fleming.

Slaves Photo: Hannah Brierley @ Mancunion

Live Review: Slaves

Contributor Owen Trimming reviews the highly-anticipated Slaves, who put on a meteoric performance at Manchester Academy

Lewis Capaldi. Photo: Olivia Blinn @ Mancunion

Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi captivates the crowd at his largest-ever headline show at Albert Hall in Manchester

Insecure Men Photo: Rona McCann

Live Review: Insecure Men

The supergroup make their mark as reputable – if a little weird – givers of melodic, dream-like tunes, reports Rona McCann.