• Culture, Manchester, Music

    Neighbourhood Festival 2019: The 5 Unmissable Acts You Need To See

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    Along with the emergence of darker nights and Starbucks’ infamous Pumpkin Spice Lattes arrives the annual Neighbourhood Festival on the 12th of October. Last year the festival pulled huge crowds in with stellar headliners ‘Everything Everything’ and ‘Sundara Karma’. This year offers to be no different, boasting over 15 venues and more than a hundred…

  • Culture, Music

    Album Review: DMA’S- MTV Unplugged Live LP

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    This album is a special live compilation from DMA‘s previous hit albums ‘For Now‘ and ‘Hills End’, but with a stripped back and raw feel. Greats such as Nirvana and Oasis have had past success with their MTV Unplugged releases, and it’s only fitting that this band should be graced with the same opportunity. Their…

  • Music, Review

    Spotlight On: Baltikk @ Night People

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    By Camilla Whitfield Photography by Rachael Garvey (@rachaelgarveys) and Andy Darbyshire Having recently been lucky enough to get the opportunity to interview fresh talent Baltikk, we were treated to seeing them in action at Night People, one of the best local intimate venues, known for allowing emerging artists to showcase their offerings to the Mancunian…

  • Culture, Interview, Music

    Spotlight On + Interview With Baltikk

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    By Camilla Whitfield Introducing Baltikk, the latest band planning on topping the indie charts. Formed in October 2017, the Manchester-based five-piece is made up of vocalist Harry Edwards, drummer Sam Sumner, Daniel Littlemore on the bass, and last but certainly not least, guitarists Joe Ball and Kyle Bebb. Despite having only recently emerged, however, this…

  • Culture, Manchester, Music

    Live Review: Dot To Dot 2019

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    By Camilla WhitfieldPhotography by Abigail Lam Variety is the spice of life, and this is something which the curators of Dot To Dot clearly took to heart while keeping the festival running since its debut in 2005. The Friday leg of the 3-day festival, which began in Manchester over the bank holiday weekend, didn’t disappoint…




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