• Culture, Music

    Dot To Dot: The 5 Unmissable Acts You Need To See

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    The beginning of May was heralded in by Live At Leeds and it is fitting that it shall wave goodbye to May with pinky and index fingers raised, to an equally exciting Metropolitan festival. However, this time we have the pleasure of welcoming it to our backyard on the 24th of May. The festival season may already be in full swing, however, Dot To Dot is one not to be overlooked. It’s set to follow its successful predecessors in full force and judging by the line-up, it easily contains the potential to be the best year yet.

  • Culture, Music

    Live Review: Live At Leeds 2019

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    Review by Camilla Whitfield Photography by Georgina Hurdsfield When a festival has enabled acclaimed acts such as Ed Sheeran, Catfish and The Bottlemen and George Ezra to sink their teeth into the music industry, it’s guaranteed to become synonymous with showcasing only the best fresh talent to emerge within its 12 years of activity. As…

  • Culture, Manchester, Music, Review

    Spotlight On: Broke Casino @ Night People

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    By Camilla Whitfield Photography by Amelia Jones (@inkblots) Night People is notoriously known for its dimly lit and intimate atmosphere. With only a small barrier separating the audience from the stage, it is easy for artists to instantly build a connection with the audience. Last Friday’s headliner, Ryan Jarvis, may be making waves in the…

  • Culture, Music

    Live At Leeds: The 5 Unmissable Acts You Must See

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    By Camilla Whitfield In less than a month, on Saturday the 4th of May, Live At Leeds will be making its return, and it’s set to be better than ever. It will mark the beginning of the festival season, kicking it off with the biggest upcoming names in the music scene. Don’t just take our…

  • Music, Review

    Live Review: Sigrid & George Ezra @ Manchester Arena

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    By Camilla Whitfield At over 21,000 capacity, Manchester Arena is a certain type of beast that not all artists have the ability to master. George Ezra, however, took it in his stride, to the extent that he created an atmosphere which felt like he was performing to each individual, paradoxically turning the gig into an…




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