The Beatles Articles
Yasmin Coe: “Individual experiences that we’ve all navigated before”
The Mancunion caught up with the Hull-born, Manchester-based singer-songwriter following her sold-out headline at YES Basement.
The Beatles’ debut album isn’t one of their best, but could it be?
As the Fab Four’s debut turns 60, Jake Rowley proposes an alternative ‘Please Please Me’ comprising the best of their early material.
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
George, Ravi, and the rise of ‘Raga Rock’
Aidan Tinsley explores George Harrison’s famous relationship with Ravi Shankar and how the influence of Indian music has infiltrated the UK’s popular music scene
2016, psychedelia and The Beatles
2016 has seen the build up of events of the last few decades finally burst — and The Beatles saw it coming
With A Little Help From My Friends: A Tribute To George Martin (1926-2016)
A reflection on the legacy of Beatles producer George Martin
Review: Let it Be
Jack Carmichael enters a world of ‘Beatlemania’ to review this show which follow the band’s musical journey
Manchester City 1-2 Tottenham Hotspur
City are struggling for form at the moment, and on Sunday they fell at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur at The Etihad Stadium
Made in Britain
The closing ceremony of the London Olympic Games in 2012 was called a ‘Symphony of British Music’ and showcased the brilliance of British music from every rock, pop and hip hop sensation this tiny island of ours has produced. However there was also a segment dedicated to an equally important and influential aspect of British […]
From the Vault: The Beatles – Abbey Road
Alex Fenton looks back upon The Beatles’ penultimate studio album.