• Culture, Music, Review

    Live Review: The Mysterines + Sea Girls @ Academy 2

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    By Camilla WhitfieldPhotography: Georgina Hurdsfield The crowd must have been thankful that the ceiling of Academy 2 was so high – their collective energy filled the room, and it was electrifying. Support band The Mysterines proved that their success will no longer be a mystery after they totally owned the stage before rising rock-indie band…

  • Culture, Manchester, Music, Review

    Live Review: Neighbourhood Festival 2019

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    By Camilla Whitfield After a tremendous 2018 featuring headliners Everything Everything and Sundara Karma, expectations of Neighbourhood Festival this year were understandably high. Not only were powerhouse acts The Sherlocks and Miles Kane exceptional, but the showcase of growing talent such as Lauran Hibbard proved that Neighbourhood Festival is notorious for displaying artists who genuinely…

  • Culture, Music, Review

    Live Review: King Nun + The Struts @ Academy 1

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    By Camilla WhitfieldPhotography: Georgina Hurdsfield A showcase of talent and an insight into modern rock, both relative newcomers King Nun and rock veterans The Struts showed that a real show depends not on the size of its venue, but the passion of its leaders. Academy 1 may only hold a few thousand people, but particularly…

  • Culture, Music

    Live Review: Pale Waves @ Manchester Academy 1

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    Written by Camilla WhitfieldPhotography by Georgina Hurdsfield Manchester Academy 1 is the largest venue under the Manchester Academy umbrella. It has a 2300 capacity, and acts as a stepping stone between the more intimate venues such as the Deaf Institute, and higher capacity settings such as Manchester Arena. Headliners Pale Waves are at an exciting…

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