• Culture, Manchester, Music

    Live Review: Bombay Bicycle Club Finally Bring The Buzz Back To Manchester After Hiatus

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    Written by Ellie Tyson Photography by Georgina Hurdsfield Four years after announcing their hiatus, Bombay Bicycle Club finally returned to Manchester, much to the delight of their fans. Supported by singer-songwriter Liz Lawrence and 90’s alt-rock inspired band The Big Moon, the line-up effortlessly broadcasted a range of what’s possible within the genre of indie….

  • Culture, Music, Uncategorised

    Track of the Week: Wolves – Ist Ist

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    Mancunian post-punk fourpiece Ist Ist have announced the release of their debut album with its leading single ‘Wolves’. Described by The Met as having “an arrogance akin to the greatest Manchester bands”, Ist Ist are known for their idiosyncratic persona. The band have gained most of their popularity through word of mouth, managing to do…

  • Culture, Manchester, Music

    Live Review: Vampire Weekend @ Victoria Warehouse

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    By Ellie Tyson Vampire Weekend was back in Manchester for the first time in six years to perform at the bustling Victoria Warehouse, on the second night of their UK tour for their newest album, Father of the Bride. The crowd was a mixed bag, from big groups of teenagers to middle-aged couples with their…

  • Music, News

    Review: The Killers @ Manchester Arena

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    By Ellie Tyson Photography: Rob Loud @robloud Four years since their last Manchester show, The Killers were back last night playing to a packed out stadium at Manchester Arena for the release of their fifth studio album, Wonderful Wonderful. The buzz, anticipation and excitement was felt through the room as soon as support act, Alex Cameron,…

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