• Culture, Music, Review

    Live Review: DMA’s @ Manchester Victoria Warehouse

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    Photography: Georgina Hurdsfield DMA’s are leading the way for the new generation of indie fans. Still touring on the back of their latest release, For Now, which was released in April earlier this year, we caught the Australian three-piece at their last appearance of 2018. As DMA’s took to the stage, they wasted no time with small…

  • Culture, Music

    Live Review: Basement @ Manchester Club Academy

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    By Callum Baker Photography: Georgina Hurdsfield The Manchester instalment of Basement’s first headline run for their latest effort ‘Beside Myself’ was a unifying affair for fans old and new. Two albums deep into their contract with mega-label Fuelled by Ramen, Basement have seen themselves tread deeper into unfamiliar waters, garnering more success, higher profile tours…

  • Music

    Parklife x Student Beans

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    Parklife is back for its 10th anniversary with an offer that students can’t refuse! Manchester’s favourite festival has teamed up with Student Beans to offer fans of electronic, dance, indie and grime the chance to secure a weekend ticket at a discounted rate of £95 or £14.25 a month, plus three months of Apple Music…

  • Music

    Review: Swimming Tapes Latest Single ‘Easy Strand’

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    By Callum Baker Feeling short changed that summer departed without so much as a goodbye? Swimming Tapes share that sentiment, salvaging what was left of the warmer months in the form of their bright and breezy new single, Easy Strand. Wasting no time with overdrawn introductions, it begins with shimmering chord progressions, laden with sweet…

  • Music

    Live Review: Car Seat Headrest @ The Albert Hall

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    Photography and words by Georgina Hurdsfield If you’re a fan of alternative rock music and you don’t know who Car Seat Headrest are – it’s time to get to know them! After being picked up by Matador Records in 2015 and releasing Teens of Style, their fan base has rapidly grown. Each visit to the UK…

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