Theatre Editor Jay Darcy talks to Dorian Electra about genre-defying music, gender-bending fashion, and “trendy” queerness
Bringing some of the catchiest pop tunes of recent years to the Manchester Arena, Dua Lipa proved to be one of the leading pop stars in the music world.
Will Waterhouse reviews and looks for clues in Harry Styles’ recent single As It Was.
Ahead of the release of their second LP ‘Outside Of The Blue’, Sarah Taylor sits down with Jonny Quinn of SPINN to chat taking inspiration from mental health, politics, horror films and Christmas!
Read our chat with Lucy Deakin, a Manchester based singer who’s supported Larkins and is set to be the next big thing in pop
Culture Editor Georgina Davidson takes a dive into the concepts and emergence of avant-pop producer SOPHIE, remembered for her future-facing sound and style
Jasmine Rowland takes a trip down memory lane, and looks at the life of Lilly Allen in her best selling autobiography My Thoughts Exactly
Alan examines Hannah Diamond’s debut studio album Reflections which hints at the sound of pop in the next decade
Laura Davies reviews artists New Rules and Mae Muller, the supporting acts for the LM5 Tour at the Manchester Arena
Maddy Oxley sits down with NOISY to discuss their festival appearances and new material this summer.
Daniel Tsourekas reviews Crawlers’ return to Manchester.
As Lana Del Rey’s seminal album Born To Die turns 10, Sarah Taylor looks back at its legacy and influence.
On every occasion, Connor feels like your best friend, just in need of a shoulder to cry on and a sympathetic pair of ears. The audience is always more than willing to provide.
Following a masterpiece isn’t easy. Lana Del Rey’s 2019 album Norman Fucking Rockwell was one of the most universally acclaimed albums of that year, if not the entire decade, and certainly the most acclaimed of the artist’s career. When it was announced that her next album, also produced by Jack Antonoff, would be released the […]
Music Editor Reece Ritchie catches up with Mae Muller to talk all things LA, her new EP and supporting Liam Payne of One Direction stardom. Putting into words just how life has changed for artists this past year
Noughties pop star Dido returned to Manchester’s O2 Apollo after a 15 year hiatus to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of her award-winning debut album No Angel
Emerging artist Mahalia played an outstanding gig at Manchester’s Albert Hall, writes Issy Khayal