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Live review: the Vamps bring a night of singalong hits to Manchester’s O2 Apollo

Live review: the Vamps bring a night of singalong hits to Manchester’s O2 Apollo

The British boyband return to Manchester as part of their tenth anniversary world tour
Live Review: Kim Wilde at Bridgewater Hall

Live Review: Kim Wilde at Bridgewater Hall

Legendary singer Kim Wilde’s The Greatest Hits Tour played at Bridgewater Hall – where she was joined by China Crisis.
Live Review: CMAT at The Deaf Institute

Live Review: CMAT at The Deaf Institute

Irish country-pop sensation CMAT thrilled The Deaf Institute’s audience during her first UK headline tour
Painting the town red (Taylor’s Version)

Painting the town red (Taylor’s Version)

Get ready to cry into your maple lattes because Taylor Swift has done it again
RED Revisited

RED Revisited

Taylor Swift’s RED boasts 10 ‘from the vault’ songs as well as a comprehensive rerecord of the original album.
Album Review: Superstition by La Roux

Album Review: Superstition by La Roux

Fiona reviews the underwhelming new album from pop singer La Roux
In conversation: Carly Rae Jepsen

In conversation: Carly Rae Jepsen

Bella sits down with international pop star Carly Rae Jepsen ahead of her show at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse
LM5 Tour: the embodiment of female empowerment in pop

LM5 Tour: the embodiment of female empowerment in pop

Laura Davies reviews Little Mix’s LM5 tour which promoted all things feminism, including standing up to what you believe in and rejecting unfair criticism
Single Review: What You Haven’t Got by Heir

Single Review: What You Haven’t Got by Heir

Contributor Caolán Coleman reviews Heir’s latest 80s pop nugget ‘What You Haven’t Got’ as they continue to rise up in Leeds’ indie scene
In Conversation with Newton Faulkner

In Conversation with Newton Faulkner

With 12 years of success behind him, Newton Faulkner is back with his “Very Best Of…” album. Owen Trimming catches up with him ahead of his upcoming tour
K-pop in crisis: a controlling, corporate culture

K-pop in crisis: a controlling, corporate culture

Beneath a happy, energetic K-Pop exterior lies a draconian, corporate underworld
Review: Django Django – Marble Skies

Review: Django Django – Marble Skies

Third albums can make or break any musical career, and after a disappointing second album, Django Django don’t disappoint with Marble Skies, writes Ethan Davies

Column: Talk About, Pop Music

What exactly is pop? Is Pop associated with a certain era? Tom Ingham takes a look

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