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Interview // Steve Hockett

Manchester-based artist Steve Hockett has  been making waves across the city creating amazing art for local businesses, infusing music, clubnights and original collaborations that we often spy whilst nestling in our favourite Northern Quarter establishments.  After attending the Independent Manchester … Continue reading

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Review // Flume- ‘Flume’

2012 into 2013 has been a victorious year for underground dance music as a whole, sure, I understand that that is a narrow statement to make but with the likes of Disclosure and AlunaGeorge’s collaboration hitting the number two spot … Continue reading

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Leah’s Playlists // November

Aloha! Talk about an irrelevant greeting, it’s reached that point of the year where I realise that Foreigner’s 1977 ‘Cold As Ice‘ hit was not named after some heart-breaking scoundrel but in fact, the temperature of where I reside, which … Continue reading

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Review // PEACE @ Soup Kitchen, Manchester

Setting the pre-Halloween themed week with draping, angsty green hues reflected throughout the venues basement, tonight’s support of Carousels droan-pop should present itself as angrily edgy and oh-so mysterious, no? Fusing through a handful of tracks (and sounding a whole … Continue reading

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Review // How To Dress Well- ‘Total Loss’

  Tom Krell is a man inundated with emotions and a soft spot for hip-hop. There I said it- although you’d never expect it off the bat with a name like ‘How To Dress Well’ now, would you? These points … Continue reading

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Photos // Japandroids @ The Soup Kitchen, Manchester

Leah Connolly headed down to a grimy basement at The Soup Kitchen in Manchester to catch Canadian garage rockers Japandroids. Here are a few photos from the show:   Photos by Leah Connolly

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Interview // Grace Miceli

Grace Miceli is a buzzing name upon the art industry’s lips, her individual feminist artwork has been noticed by the cool cats at Urban Outfitters and her talent has progressed her to put pen to paper and become a large … Continue reading

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Feature // Summer Camp

Summer Camp, for those who don’t know, are London duo Elizabeth Sankey and Jeremy Warmsley who create sentimental, melancholic pop that transports you to a place of fun, youth and celebrates all the turning stones of being a teen. Their … Continue reading

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Interview // Audrey Kitching

Audrey Kitching, an LA-baded fashion editor, designer, model and all round candy-coloured babe talks to us all about her signature look, how she started in the industry and squatting with skater punks.         Hi Audrey! Was your desire … Continue reading

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Interview // Gordon Armstrong, founder of ‘Disposable Diaries’

    ‘Disposable Diaries’ is a project founded in 2010 by Gordon Armstrong, in which Gordon documents (and still does to this day) his everyday life and the occurrences around him, with only the use of a trusty disposable camera, … Continue reading

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Interview // Is Tropical

  Is Tropical have been making waves over the past twelve months, what with dropping their fantastic debut Native To and being responsible for ‘The best video ever.’ I caught up with the mysterious trio backstage at Manchester’s Deaf Institute … Continue reading

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Interview // Johnny Foreigner

Johnny Foreigner, our favourite brummy band since well, ever, are back out on the road to cause carnage up and down some of the UK’s most intimate venues and you know what, we can’t bloody wait. Shaking up the music … Continue reading

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