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Lana Del Rey unveils the title track from her upcoming 2023 album

Lana Del Rey unveils the title track from her upcoming 2023 album

What does the new single from Lana Del Rey tell us about her upcoming album of the same name ‘Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd?’
Review: The Leviathan

Review: The Leviathan

Witchcraft. Demonic possession. All-knowing entities. these are just a few of the themes to expect in Rosie Andrew’s explosive debut novel
Behold the Bottomless Feast at Red’s True BBQ

Behold the Bottomless Feast at Red’s True BBQ

Get legless and stuffed, at Red’s True Barbecue’s festive Bottomless Feast with both Meat-Lover and Meat-Free platters on offer!
On ‘And In the Darkness, Hearts Aglow’ Weyes Blood shines

On ‘And In the Darkness, Hearts Aglow’ Weyes Blood shines

The ethereal singer-songwriter delivers strong track after strong track on her latest album
Review: Opera North’s Orfeo ed Euridice

Review: Opera North’s Orfeo ed Euridice

Opera North brought their adaptation of Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice to The Lowry, in a stripped-back performance that elevated the emotional power of the piece
Ready for Rudy’s (Didsbury)?

Ready for Rudy’s (Didsbury)?

Rudy’s Neapolitan pizza is light, tasty and now, closer than ever!
Review: The Shawshank Redemption

Review: The Shawshank Redemption

The stage adaptation of Stephen King’s novella is a depressing and entertaining examination of lost souls
Halloween Ends review: Michael Myers’ disappointing swan song

Halloween Ends review: Michael Myers’ disappointing swan song

Halloween Ends is a disappointing conclusion for the slasher franchise, feeling as if the film would never actually end
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.
Weyes Blood ventures on a journey of love and loss in new single ‘Grapevine’

Weyes Blood ventures on a journey of love and loss in new single ‘Grapevine’

Weyes Blood has shared the second single from her forthcoming album And In The Darkness, Hearts Aglow
Triangle of Sadness review: Let’s all laugh at the rich

Triangle of Sadness review: Let’s all laugh at the rich

Triangle of Sadness fires shots at the vapidity and vainness of the rich – you are supposed to be laughing at them, not with them
‘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
Platzki introduces a new Ukrainian and Polish breakfast menu

Platzki introduces a new Ukrainian and Polish breakfast menu

Platzki has beautifully merged Ukrainian and Polish breakfast foods with their new morning menu!
MVSON World: Cheshire’s Ibiza?

MVSON World: Cheshire’s Ibiza?

Millie Sheppard reviews MVSON World, MVSON Collective’s large-scale day festival at Arley Hall.
‘A Sunday Well Spent’ with Gino

‘A Sunday Well Spent’ with Gino

‘A Sunday Well Spent’ at INNSiDE Manchester by Melia includes a luxurious meal at First Street Bar and Kitchen.
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.
Oh My God!: John Digweed at Manchester Cathedral

Oh My God!: John Digweed at Manchester Cathedral

Millie Sheppard reviews a riveting set from Manchester Cathedral’s resident DJ John Digweed.

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