• Music, Review

    LIVE REVIEW: Hector Gannet & Sam Fender @ Gorilla

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    By Camilla Whitfield Photography by Abigail Lam At first glance, the bright Hollywood-style lights of the Gorilla sign outside may be a far cry from the real Los Angeles, but given the performance to come, it’s definitely not a ludicrous improbability that Fender and his band could be making their way there in due time. However,…

  • Music

    Live Review: The Pale White and Ten Tonnes @ The Deaf Institute

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    By Camilla Whitfield Photography by Caleb Anthony Nelson The Deaf Institute provided the perfect stage to welcome The Pale White and Ten Tonnes to Manchester. A small venue without a barrier with a decadent glitter ball, it foreshadowed the up-close and high-quality performances that were about to be undertaken. The obvious energy was high before…

  • Culture, Entertainment, Manchester, Music

    Manchester’s Breakout Bands for 2019

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    By Camilla Whitfield It’s time to continue ringing in the new year with a selection of the current rising starts of the music world. Each are gaining success with their originality and impressive work ethics. The birthplace of some of Britain’s greatest bands, from Buzzcocks, Joy Division and The Smiths to the Happy Mondays, the Stone…

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