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Hot Chip October Tour & New Remix 12″

Hot Chip have announced a new run of headline dates in the UK for October including Manchester and Leeds.

FESTIVAL NEWS: Long Division 10th – 12th June 2016: A celebration...

Field Music, Gang Of Four, Los Campesinos! & The Membranes already announced. Festival announces Free Entry Tickets to 16 & 17 year olds through collaboration with Wakefield College

FESTIVAL NEWS: Tramlines festival announces 2016 stage times

Tramlines Festival has announced the stage times for every act performing this year. Digital version of the full 2016 programme also available from 17 June. Festival-goers can now plan ahead to get the most from this year’s Tramlines.
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GIG NEWS: Pictish Trail – Manchester date announced

PICTISH TRAIL will bring the critically acclaimed new album Future Echoes to Manchester later this year, making a date with the Northern Quarter's very own Gullivers on 6th April.
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Music events at The Manchester International Festival

2nd-19th July Various venues across Manchester

FESTIVAL NEWS: Long Division announces first acts and format

Long Division takes place in Wakefield 1st/3rd June 2018. Billy Bragg will headline the festival at the stunning Wakefield Cathedral. Wakefield’s Long Division Festival has announced...
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EP REVIEW: Vanessa Maria – ‘Overslept’ EP

"Catch this young artist while you can. I'm pretty sure she will soon be going places."

FESTIVAL NEWS: More acts announced for Tramlines Festival 2016

Including: David Rodigan, Mr Scruff & MC Kwasi, Craig Charles, Crazy P Soundsystem, Quantic, Dego, Rita Maia, The Mouse Outfit, Last Japan, and many more…

FESTIVAL NEWS: TOY head up a host of new additions to...

The new names join Roots Manuva, Gang of Four, Shura, Loyle Carner, NZCA Lines, Spring King, Rosie Lowe, at new Sheffield multi-venue festival. With its inaugural event just a few weeks away, Outlines Festival has released the final list of names for its 2016 bill

LIVE REVIEW: Laura Mvula supported by Jodie Abacus, Gorilla Manchester, 18th...

'a banquet of fast and furious tunes, compelling story telling, a wonderful array of classical instruments, stripped back acoustic tunes washed down with a dose of dancey tunes ( such as ‘I'll Go’) that kept the crowd entertained for a good two and half hours. It was truly a musical feast'
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