• Culture, Entertainment, Manchester, Music, News, Review

    Parklife 2018: Glitter, Girls and Rock ‘n’ Roll

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    By Georgina Hurdsfield Photography: Georgina Hurdsfield  This weekend saw the annual return of Parklife festival, catering to fans of electronic, dance, indie and grime. The curators of Parklife have certainly found their feet at Heaton Park, stepping up their organisation of the site and increasingly impressive line-ups. This year music fans from all over Greater…

  • Music

    Live Review: Courtney Barnett @ The Albert Hall

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    Words by Callum Baker Photography by Georgina Hurdsfield Aussie indie figurehead Courtney Barnett made her anticipated return to Manchester on Monday, right off the back of the release of her latest album Tell Me How You Really Feel. First up however, was Melbourne three piece Loose Tooth, who brought their fuzz-laden pop to The Albert…

  • Culture, Entertainment, Music, Review

    Review: Slam Dunk Festival, Leeds

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    Words by Callum Baker Photography by Georgina Hurdsfield This weekend saw the return of the annual northern instalment of Slam Dunk Festival, catering to fans of all things alternative. It’s clear that the organisers of the fest find themselves feeling more ambitious each year with regards to not only the calibre and status of the…

  • Manchester, Music

    Festival Preview: Parklife 2018

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    By Callum Baker It’s that time of year again; uni’s out for summer, and students embark on their yearly pilgrimage to Heaton Park to soak up the sun, sounds and sample some of the best and most prolific acts that music has to offer. Last year the festival saw headliners Frank Ocean and Manchester’s own…

  • Music

    All New ‘Beyond Fest’ Launches in Manchester

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    By Georgina Hurdsfield Exciting news for the city as an all-day rock festival is landing at Manchester Academy this summer. A rock festival is exactly what Manchester has been lacking over the past few years as it plays host to mostly indie all-dayers. Goldenvoice has stepped up to fill this gap. The festival will take…


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