Monthly Archives: June 2016
Longevity in the music business is rare, especially for bands. Fights over the lion’s share of the limelight and the inevitable ‘musical differences’ usually result in a shelf life of about 18 months.Read the full story..
On the evening when Manchester United was fighting for the FA Cup down in London, back in Manchester a different season was also drawing to a dramatic close.Read the full story..
I’ve officially finished my first year of university. The initial exams are behind me and the results are a looming source of anxiety that I’m pushing firmly to the back of my mind.Read the full story..
Here is a street. In the street stands a woman.Read the full story..
There really was nowhere quite like the Kazimier.Read the full story..
Pretty much the minute any successful new recording artist releases their debut album, they’re faced with the age-old killer question: “When’s your second album coming out?”.Read the full story..
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Given the horror of 2020, we're buying a massive Post-it note and writing this on it: “Hope Smiles from the threshold of the year to come, Whispering 'it will be happier'...” ― Alfred Lord Tennyson
From the archives (and one our fave articles): The Turf of a Nation: Inside the British Lawnmower Museum @noiseheatpower visits Southport and discovers Richard & Judy's lawnmower, Hilda Ogden’s Qualcast Panther and Roger McGough's trowel. northernsoul.me.uk/british-la… pic.twitter.com/g6UwLEVjLP
@MichelleLHussey I walked past my favourite pub today and felt really sad. And thirsty.