Reviewing David Bowie’s Final Three Songs

Barry Quinn reviews the final three tracks by David Bowie.


Album review: Lady Gaga – Joanne

Lyrically and vocally, Lady Gaga’s fifth album Joanne is stunning. Barry Quinn reviews.


Single review: Desmond John – Untradable

There’s a new teen sensation in town. Introducing: Desmond John.


Nintendo Switch is announced, allowing play from home and away

The Nintendo Switch console (officially announced yesterday) promises to be a game changer.

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Top 7 reasons to visit Las Vegas

With La Vegas Pride kicking off tomorrow, we list our top 7 reasons to visit the city – and give you an opportunity to share your Vegas memories!


Album review: Phantogram – Three

By on 20 October, 2016

Phantogram have made a album that competently and repeatedly attracts the attention it so greedily craves but have they also lost a little of themselves in the process?

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#WIN: Name the girl band for £150 at Botanist and champagne

By on 19 October, 2016

Eight Ray Music are looking for a name for their newest girl band. Come up with the group’s name to win £150 at The Botanist and a bottle of Laurent Perrier


Event review: Boyzlife, Hilton Deansgate Manchester

Christina Fonthes checks out the 90s wonder that is Boyzlife – a UK-wide tour of Brian McFadden (Westlife) and Keith Duffy (Boyzone).

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Neil Milan leaves Clean Bandit

Violinist Neil Amin-Smith, ex-partner of Years & Years’ Olly Alexander, has left Clean Bandit.


TV review: Westworld – The Stray

Westworld’s latest episode ‘The Stray’ is perhaps its greatest to date.


#WIN: Breaking Down the Walls of Heartache: How Music Came Out

By on 18 October, 2016

“All rock’n’roll is homosexual,” Manic Street Preachers once claimed, and stuck it on a T-shirt.

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HIIT Yoga, the new fitness craze launches in London

Tim Firmager checks out HIIT Yoga, the latest fitness craze from Sasha Green and Kate O’Reilly, which has just launched in London.


Album review: Taylor and the Mason (self-titled)

Adam Lowe checks out the sumptuous debut from Manchester-based duo Taylor and the Mason.