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Liam Gallagher and John Squire live in Manchester: ‘Growing old disgracefully’ in the best way possible

Liam Gallagher and John Squire live in Manchester: ‘Growing old disgracefully’ in the best way possible

Oasis’ Liam Gallagher teams up with boyhood guitar hero John Squire of The Stone Roses to deliver psychedelic raucousness in Manchester
Liam Gallagher and John Squire: Not quite a match made in Britpop Heaven

Liam Gallagher and John Squire: Not quite a match made in Britpop Heaven

After the much anticipated collaboration between Oasis’ Liam Gallagher and John Squire, of Stone Roses fame, the LP ‘Liam Gallagher and John Squire’ ultimately falls flat
The Social Club live in Manchester: The student band returns to Lions Den for another crack at bringing back Britpop

The Social Club live in Manchester: The student band returns to Lions Den for another crack at bringing back Britpop

Down-to-earth, unpretentious, and deliriously upbeat, Manchester’s most melodic student band proves once again that they’re ones to watch
Jill Furmanovsky is ‘Photographing the Invisible’ in her history making exhibition

Jill Furmanovsky is ‘Photographing the Invisible’ in her history making exhibition

The Mancunion takes a trip through rock history at Jill Furmanovsky’s ’50 years of Rock Photography’ exhibition at Manchester Central Library
Noel Gallagher: “Cosmetically, Manchester changes… but it forever stays the same”

Noel Gallagher: “Cosmetically, Manchester changes… but it forever stays the same”

The Mancunion sit down with Noel Gallagher to talk about Manchester, his new album Council Skies, and his headline gig at Wythenshawe Park.
In Conversation with Dodgy’s Nigel Clark: all things Britpop, Billie Eilish, and why Britain just isn’t being ‘Good Enough’ to its musicians

In Conversation with Dodgy’s Nigel Clark: all things Britpop, Billie Eilish, and why Britain just isn’t being ‘Good Enough’ to its musicians

The Mancunion sat down with Nigel Clark, lead singer of Dodgy, to talk about their upcoming mini-tour
Reverend and the Makers Live Review: The ‘Heavyweight Champion of the World’ of Indie Rock?

Reverend and the Makers Live Review: The ‘Heavyweight Champion of the World’ of Indie Rock?

The Mancunion reviews ‘Reverend and the Makers’ live at Manchester Academy ahead of their upcoming album Heatwave In the Cold North
Reverend and the Makers Gig Preview

Reverend and the Makers Gig Preview

Reverend and the Makers stop off at Manchester Academy; it’s not to be missed
DMA’s return to Manchester, and it is like they never left

DMA’s return to Manchester, and it is like they never left

New South Wales’ DMA’s hit Manchester Academy on their three-date mini tour of the UK
DMA’s release new single ‘I Don’t Need To Hide’

DMA’s release new single ‘I Don’t Need To Hide’

Australian indie rockers DMA’s have released the new single ‘I Don’t Need To Hide’, a standalone ahead of their UK tour in October
Album Review: Liam Gallagher – C’mon You Know

Album Review: Liam Gallagher – C’mon You Know

Matthew Kliszcz reviews C’mon You Know, the new album from Liam Gallagher that’s beaten the Harry Styles record to number one.l
Irish indie rockers Hawke the Band drop shimmering single ‘Molly’

Irish indie rockers Hawke the Band drop shimmering single ‘Molly’

After supporting local heroes Aslan and recording in the prestigious Abbey Road and Metropolis Studios in London, Dublin duo Hawke the Band return with their triumphant single ‘Molly’. The group consists of friends Richie Power on vocals and keyboards, and Eoghan Mac Mahon on vocals and guitar. Hailed as “gorgeous indie-filled pop” by Talk About […]
Down by the River Thames with Liam Gallagher

Down by the River Thames with Liam Gallagher

Ella Broadbent reviews Liam Gallagher’s new virtual event ‘Down By The River Thames’
#MorningGlory25: The past continues to outlive the present

#MorningGlory25: The past continues to outlive the present

Kit Delamain gives a critical view on the release of the special edition vinyls released in commemoration of 25 years of Morning Glory
Opinion: Is Manchester’s music scene still thriving?

Opinion: Is Manchester’s music scene still thriving?

James Carroll talks you through the histroy of Manchester’s iconic music scene and the bands that shaped it, from golden oldies Joy Division to one of the biggest bands in the world right now, The 1975
Live Review: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds

Live Review: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds played an epic homecoming gig at Manchester’s Heaton Park, with great thanks to the audience writes contributor Lucy Stockdale
Record Reappraisal: Blur – Blur

Record Reappraisal: Blur – Blur

1997 was a weird year for music – stuck between the near-end of britpop and a new musical dawn, Blur decided to experiment
Record Reappraisal: Definitely Maybe by Oasis

Record Reappraisal: Definitely Maybe by Oasis

Contributor Josh Sandy revisits one of Manchester’s greatest rock and roll stars Oasis as 25 years ago, they released their iconic debut Definitely Maybe
In Conversation with DMA’S

In Conversation with DMA’S

Lucy Clutton-Brock catches up with lead singer of indie-rock Sydney trio DMA’s to talk about the release of their new album and upcoming UK tour
Live Review: Liam Gallagher at Lancashire Cricket Ground

Live Review: Liam Gallagher at Lancashire Cricket Ground

Liam surprised fans with a set that boasted unexpected Oasis gems, writes Yasmin Duggal