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Scottish indie wonders The Twilight Sad deliver an emotive performance to a diverse and energetic crowd, writes Cameron Taylor

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Live Review: Skegss

Australian surf rock trio Skegss bring a bit of Australian sun and laid back attitude to a gloomy Manchester day

In Conversation with HMLTD

Olivia White probes the intriguing minds and peculiar narratives behind one of the music industry’s most exhilarating live performers, HMLTD

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Lily Martin reviews Blackpool-based Punk band Strange Bones, delving into the world of political music and mosh-pits at Manchester’s Deaf Institute

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Preview: YONAKA

They’re alternative, melodic and steadily gaining traction. Brighton quartet, YONAKA lie just at the forefront of a new movement that defies genre, writes Georgina Davidson.

Zene Davine, lead singer of glam punk group Queen Zee, talks politics, being a transwoman and the DIY production of their self-titled debut

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Live Review: Basement

Self proclaimed ‘melodic hardcore punk’ band- Basement, performed an emotional sell-out show at Club Academy writes contributor Alex Wain.

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Live Review: Gang of Four

Despite the dramatic change in line up, Gang of Four manage to retain much of their classic punk ethos, writes contributor Cameron Taylor

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