• Manchester, Music, Review

    Live Review: The Japanese House @ Academy 2

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    By Callum Baker Photography by Georgina Hurdsfield Friday saw Dirty Hit Records’ own The Japanese House grace the stage of Manchester Academy 2 to an excitable and receptive crowd. Since her emergence in 2015, which is seldom a distant memory, her success has grown exponentially, along with her confidence. Still modest and mild mannered, she…

  • Music, News

    Preview: Pinegrove – On The Road Again

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    By Georgina Hurdsfield After a hiatus that began in 2017, New Jersey’s favourite five-piece alt-indie band Pinegrove are back, with UK tour dates and the physical release of their self-released album, Skylight, on 15th February 2019, with all proceeds going to charity. Skylight boasts stripped-back, openhearted, emo-revival sounds, with little bits of indie-folk drafted in…

  • Creative, Culture, Manchester, Music

    Manchester International Festival (MIF): Everything you need to know!

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    By Georgina Hurdsfield Manchester International Festival is back for 2019 from 4th – 21st July, boasting an exciting line-up which gathers artists from over 20 different countries. MIF provides an electrifying cultural experience for the people of Manchester and afar, showcasing original music, art, theatre and so much more! Opening the festival is Yoko Ono…

  • Culture, Manchester, Music

    Live Review: Enter Shikari @ Manchester Academy

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    By Callum BakerPhotography: Georgina Hurdsfield Manchester’s Academy 1 was abuzz for the return of genre-defying rave/rock-core quartet Enter Shikari. First up however, were openers Black Peaks, who brought an updated and somewhat rough and ready approach to prog rock to a presumably entirely new audience. There was a nervous energy present at the start of…

  • Culture, Manchester, Music

    Live Review: Don Broco @ Victoria Warehouse

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    By Lily Harrison Photography: Georgina Hurdsfield Straight out of Bedford, Don Broco supported by Neck Deep and Issues kicked off their UK tour in Manchester and brought a display of electricity and pop-rock goodness, all complete with a dancing cowboy. The queue that stretched all the way down the road outside the venue was buzzing…




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