Category : Music

InTheMiddle with The Wonder Stuff & Ned’s Atomic Dustbin

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For most of its history, Stourbridge wasn’t famous for anything other than it’s glass – and the bi-annual glass festival that went along with it. However, during the late eighties and early nineties, the mid-sized West Midlands town rose to prominence for a whole other reason, when it fostered an … Read More

5 Decades of Damon: 50 reasons to celebrate Albarn

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On 23rd March 2018, the incredible Damon Albarn celebrates his milestone 50th birthday.  To mark the occasion and as a tribute to his extraordinary life and career, music editor Hollie Griss has compiled 50 of the musician’s greatest feats and memorable moments, ranging from his accclaimed musical successes right through … Read More

Parklife Launch Petition to Make the Festival a Bank Holiday Weekend

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The boss of Parklife Festival in Manchester is calling for the festival weekend to be a bank holiday. He argues that it would be better for the economy to spread out the May bank holidays, so that the late-May holiday could be moved to June. Changing the date would mean … Read More

All Points East adds The xx and Lorde to exceptional line-up

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East London’s Victoria Park’s newest and most exciting summer festival for the 2018 calendar has to be All Points East. The festival spreading across the weekend of the 25th to the 27th of May, featuring titans of both the indie-rock and dance scenes.  Friday 25th May will see the festival kick-off with a stellar line-up headed up … Read More

Django Django bring infectious psych-rock to Church

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Earlier this month, Django Django played to a sold-out crowd at Church. Our photographer Kit Lawrenson was there to capture the carnage. Django Django’s introduction into the music scene saw them bring a unique brand of quirky electronic Indie that made you question anyone who wasn’t dancing to it. 2018 … Read More

Tom Misch delivers effortless charm at sold-out O2 Academy gig

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Tom Misch is clearly on a path to success. At just 22 years-old, the producer, singer and multi-instrumentalist is currently on a UK and Europe tour in the lead up to the release of Geography, his highly-anticipated debut album. He’s enjoyed huge support from his fans, whose enthusiasm led to … Read More

Smirnoff and Spotify team up to launch Equaliser

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Who would have thought that your favourite vodka brand would be getting involved in an initiative to promote women’s equality in the music industry?  In the spirit of International Women’s day, Smirnoff have teamed up with Spotify to create an extension that allows you to see the ratio of male … Read More

Vance Joy radiates warmth at Leeds Union Stylus

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Whilst Leeds recovered from last week’s snowmageddon, a slice of Australian sunshine was a most welcome respite. That sunshine came in the form of Vance Joy, who kicked off his world tour in our very own students’ union on Tuesday. Showcasing the recently released Nation of Two, the catchy and … Read More

At the barrier for Superorganism | Gallery

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Superorganism, the wonderfully undefinable indie-pop collective making serious waves in the UK’s underground music scene, played a sold-out show at Belgrave Music Hall last night (12/3). Our photographer and music editor Clare Redman was at the front to capture the band in their element. All images by Clare Redman

InTheMiddle with Rejjie Snow

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Having been on the scene for 5 years now, Irish rapper Rejjie Snow has been a sleeping giant in hip-hop. After the recent release of his seminal album Dear Annie, he is on his way to standing shoulder to shoulder with some of hip-hop’s greatest artists. Irish hip-hop artist Rejjie … Read More