• Culture, Manchester, Music

    Live Review: Swim Deep @ Band on the Wall

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    Words and photography by Georgina Hurdsfield Close your eyes. It is summer 2013 again. Swim Deep have just released their debut album, Where the Heaven Are We, indie-Twitter is in full swing, the Digbeth B-town scene is thriving with the likes of Peace and JAWS putting out the best indie-tunes imaginable and all fans of…

  • Culture, Manchester, Music, Review

    Live Review: slowthai @ Manchester Academy

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    Words and photography by Georgina Hurdsfield After releasing his debut album Nothing Great About Britain in May this year, slowthai has quickly been rising to popularity with his sardonic views of politics and the patriarchy. slowthai (aka Tyron Frampton) made headlines last month with his performance at The Mercury Prize awards in London, where he…

  • Culture, Manchester, Music

    Live Review: Touché Amoré @ Manchester Academy 2

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    Words and photography by Georgina Hurdsfield With this year marking the ten-year anniversary of Touché Amoré’s arguably most-loved album, ‘To the Beat of a Dead Horse‘, it would only be right for the California-based post-hardcore band to embark on a month long tour across two continents to celebrate. Manchester welcomed Touché Amoré and close friends,…

  • Culture, Music

    Highlights: Sunday @ Leeds Festival 2019

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    Words and photography by Georgina Hurdsfield Sadly, it was the last day of Leeds Festival for 2019 but the day gave us plenty to look forward to. The perfect band to wake us up after listening to the sounds of Piccadilly Party all night, we decided to check out Leeds’ very own hardcore band, Higher…

  • Culture, Music

    Highlights: Saturday @ Leeds Festival 2019

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    Words and photography by Georgina Hurdsfield After all the excitement of yesterday, we decided to start our day of with alt-pop Swimming Girls over on the BBC Introducing Stage which we deemed would be a more chill affair, however, we were very wrong. Swimming Girls pulled in a huge crowd which would be fit for…




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