Oldham-born artist Seb Lowe aims to politically energize the TikTok generation

Seb Lowe is a man armed with his politics, passion and guitar and hoping to change the face of modern indie music in the UK.

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Manchester 70s band revived for Record Store Day  

Vinyl Revival is the only record store in Manchester to officially release a limited-edition recording from the band, The Hoax.  The record, named ‘The Cargo Recordings’, will be released as part of Record Store Day (RSD) taking place on Saturday, April 22.  Colin White, from Vinyl Revival, said: “This limited edition coloured release for RSD is a […]

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Frustration as Manchester Night & Day Café noise decision pushed back again

Oldham Street’s Night & Day Cafe has been faced with another adjournment of the noise abatement notice, in what was supposed to be a week that provided clarity for the venue owners. It is the second time that proceedings have been adjourned after a three-day hearing in January also failed to result in a breakthrough […]

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‘Girls, you’ve got to look good, let’s face it’ – Misogyny in Manchester’s music scene

A Manchester-based female musician has recounted her experiences of misogyny in the city whilst trying to enter the industry.  This follows a recent hearing in parliament, where the issues such as safety at gigs, maternity and unequal beauty standards were addressed, amongst other topics. Adelaide Taylor, 22, is a musician who has just recently gone […]

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Editors Light Up Manchester Crowd With Powerful Synth Infused Performance

Editors: Manchester Academy review If there is one word to sum up the performance of a band which has long cemented its reputation as one of the UK’s best and most underrated rock bands over the last 18 years, it would be energy. Not once during their nearly two-hour set did it look or sound […]

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