How far can a musician be separated from their actions, and should the general public continue to listen? Eleanor Roberts discusses
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
Tilda Gratton interviews FEET who retreated into a rural barn in Cambridgeshire after leaving university to work on their new material.
Ghetts has been a mainstay of the grime scene since 2003, so do his performances still match the energy of fifteen years ago?
In this instalment of Artefact of the Week, Theo Bennett explores a tribute to Manchester music mogul Tony Wilson: the latest Akse mural to grace the side of a Northern Quarter substation
Issy Bolitho previews Ten Tonnes return to headline shows, bringing infectious indie-pop to Manchester’s The Deaf Institute.
The alleged victims were taken to hospital, but did not have life-threatening injuries, according to GMP
In a year where football has had a renaissance, Bands FC shines above the rest as a home for the unique
Fresh off a flight from New York, SG Lewis takes the time to discuss album concepts, motivations, and his UK tour, with contributor Pascale Chalmers-Arnold
A fresh and revived Pete Doherty takes to the stage with new music, dogs and a marriage proposal writes contributor Freya Thomson.
Zene Davine, lead singer of glam punk group Queen Zee, talks politics, being a transwoman and the DIY production of their self-titled debut
Josh Sandy discusses the successful sophomore release from singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt, five years after her original debut hit the charts
Dylan James reviews Massive Attack’s re-imagined Mezzanine XXI at Manchester Arena
With four years’ experience and four critically-acclaimed EPs to her name, it seems about time Amber Bain released her debut album as The Japanese House
The multi-Grammy award winner, Jacob Collier, is set to continue his European tour with a highly-anticipated performance at Gorilla in Manchester
Becca Knight interviews two shows at Fuse FM, Neon Sunrise and The Hour of Power, to find out what it’s like to have a radio show, which songs get played on air and how rewarding having a show is
A punchy return to form for You Me At Six as they take the stage for a sold out show in celebration of ‘Take Of Your Colours’ 10th anniversary.