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Live Review: The Killers // Manchester Arena

Walking into Manchester Arena as the band head to the stage, you would think you have arrived at a ‘menimist’ convention with the stage donning a large mars symbol and a fluorescent cowboy figure, an ideology quickly opposed as Flowers strolls on stage with his flamboyant poses and masculinity camouflaged. Read More

Track Review: Think About It // Ryan Jarvis

Having supported the likes of fellow Mancs The Courteeners on their sold out Christmas 2015 tour and scoring a Top 30 on iTunes Singer/Songwriter charts, Ryan Jarvis’ latest single invites us to really think about it – ‘it’ being the talent the 21 year old possesses as both a performer and a songwriter. Unlike his previous single […]Read More

Single Review: You // Coasts

Their first debut album may be one of the biggest albums to hit our music collection this 2016 but till then we feast our ears on ‘You’, one of the newest releases by Coasts. Short but effective, the 3 minute tune reflects on the past five years that Coasts have been providing music. With a […]Read More

20 Years Strong: Celebrating Pulp’s ‘Different Class’

30th October 2015 marked the 20th anniversary of Pulp’s number one, four-times platinum, Mercury Prize winning album Different Class. Ranked at number 6 in NME’s 500 greatest albums of all time, Pulp’s fifth studio album was released at the height of Britpop and helped propel the band to nationwide fame. To celebrate the anniversary of […]Read More

Album Review: Brandon Flowers // The Desired Effect

Following the success of his first debut solo album, Flamingo, when news broke that Brandon Flowers – lead singer of one of the best bands of the 21st Century, The Killers – would release another solo album, the music world went into hysteria. Despite having commercial success with his previous album, something was missing. Flamingo […]Read More