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Camden-born band Couples bring their thunderous tracks and eccentricity to hometown venue Camden Assembly for another Sunday night session with Benumu

Stella Donnelly shows us exactly why the future of guitar music is female after a night of laughter and tears in Yes’ Pink Room writes contributor Jack Melvin

Live Review: PUP

A musically brilliant performance from PUP on their ‘Morbid Stuff’ tour but a somewhat odd atmosphere at Leed’s Brudenell Social Club which may have impeded on the whole evening writes Georgina Davidson.

Live Review: Filth

Filth are the UK’s next hottest heavy pysch-punk band to surface from the recent resurgence writes Editor Olivia White

Live Review: Idles

From the dingy walls of Gorilla to the bouncing floor of the O2 Ritz- Idles conquer Manchester’s music scene, all the way to the Albert Hall in less than two years

Hot Chip as fresh ever performing old favourites and new tunes at Gorilla writes contributor Freya Thomson

Live Review: LANY

LANY take Manchester’s Albert Hall by storm, proving hard breakups make for beautiful synth-pop records, as contributor Pascale Chalmers-Arnold found out

Irish singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy brings driving beats, catchy hooks and poetic lyrics to a sold out show at Manchester’s Albert Hall

Live Review: Loski

Contributor Luke McGavin reviews Loski’s Manchester Academy 2 show who delivered an underwhelming performance

18 year old musician Charlotte Lawrence is making her Alt-Pop dream a reality, with an electric set at the Deaf Institute to wrap up her European tour.

Editor Olivia White catches indie-pop 5-piece Heir at their Manchester gig as they have embarked on their ‘After Forever’ tour following the release of their latest single

Up-and-coming UK rapper slowthai takes Manchester’s O2 Ritz by storm leaving fans yearning for more

A neon spectacle could be found at The Deaf Havana Albert Hall gig but did it live up to expectations in sound and sonic intensity?

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Jack Melvin chats to Drenge about their return to touring hot off the back of their latest full-length release ‘Strange Creatures’ and gives his take on their O2 Ritz headline show

Mercy’s Cartel – the up and coming Bristol-based band blessed Night and Day Cafe with a pure show of talent writes Winona Newman

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