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The science behind music production

The science behind music production

Science and music might seem unrelated, but physics is the key to all of our favourite songs and bands
12 Days of Christmas: 12 drummers neurologically reprogrammed

12 Days of Christmas: 12 drummers neurologically reprogrammed

On the 6th day of Christmas, we discuss how drumming can affect the brain and mental health
12 Days of Christmas: Nine Ladies Dancing (to Bass)

12 Days of Christmas: Nine Ladies Dancing (to Bass)

What is it that makes us want to dance to music? Researchers at McMaster University may have found the answer…
12 days of Christmas: Four calling collies

12 days of Christmas: Four calling collies

On the fourth day of Christmas, did your loved one give you a calling bird, or a colly bird? Find out why this popular song lyric has changed throughout history
Remembering Christine McVie

Remembering Christine McVie

Following her death on November 30 2022, we look back on the musical legend’s illustrious career
The Lightning Seeds are still gleaming at the Albert Hall

The Lightning Seeds are still gleaming at the Albert Hall

Live at the Albert Hall, The Lightning Seeds are a blast of energy, joy, and riotously good tunes (including ‘Three Lions’ of course!)
Live review: Aitch at Victoria Warehouse

Live review: Aitch at Victoria Warehouse

Moston rapper Aitch brings his Close to Home tour close to home
Midnights review: Taylor Swift admits she is the problem

Midnights review: Taylor Swift admits she is the problem

After releasing her fifth record in just over two years, has Taylor Swift reached her peak?
Live review: James Taylor at O2 Apollo, Manchester

Live review: James Taylor at O2 Apollo, Manchester

Iconic and influential singer-songwriter James Taylor provides an evening of first-class entertainment at the O2 Apollo.
New Manchester exhibition explores relationship between science and music

New Manchester exhibition explores relationship between science and music

Wondering what science has to do with music? Check out the Science and Industry Museum’s new exhibition ‘Turn It Up: The power of music’ to find out.
‘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
Beabadoobee brings ‘Beatopia’ to Manchester

Beabadoobee brings ‘Beatopia’ to Manchester

Beabadoobee welcomed the crowd into the world of ‘Beatopia’ and did not disappoint
Warehouse Project Repercussion: A Marxist analysis of Manchester’s Berghain

Warehouse Project Repercussion: A Marxist analysis of Manchester’s Berghain

Ravers of the world unite for Manchester’s Warehouse Project Repercussion, a techno exposé of D&B led gentrification
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
Down the Rabbit Hole for Foreverland 2022

Down the Rabbit Hole for Foreverland 2022

The Alice in Wonderland themed rave arrives in Manchester this weekend as part of a UK tour
Interview: Sleaford Mods

Interview: Sleaford Mods

Freya Thomson chats to Sleaford Mods about politics, fame, music, and social media.
Blue Lullaby: An Enchanted EP By Wolf Alice

Blue Lullaby: An Enchanted EP By Wolf Alice

Lucy Turner reviews the latest EP from Wolf Alice, ‘Blue Lullaby’, in partnership with the London Contemporary Voices Choir.
Beth Orton Charms at the AO Arena

Beth Orton Charms at the AO Arena

Owen Scott reviews Beth Orton’s set, as she opened for Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pill anniversary tour at the AO Arena.
Madonna gets into the groove with ‘Finally Enough Love’

Madonna gets into the groove with ‘Finally Enough Love’

Owen Scott reviews the dance collection ‘Finally Enough Love’ by the Queen of Pop herself, Madonna.
Live Review: Rebecca Black Was Here (in Manchester!)

Live Review: Rebecca Black Was Here (in Manchester!)

Jessica Hamilton reviews Rebecca Black at Manchester’s Deaf Institute as she paves herself a brand new path to pop stardom.

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