Kraftwerk 3-D review – man-machine music with emotional soul

Kraftwerk 3-D review – man-machine music with emotional soul

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] Philharmonic Hall, LiverpoolWith the technology the band predicted all around us, their innovation now is in striking visuals and rebooted songs that accentuate humanity With... Read More

Music of the spheres: the interstellar bromance of Planetarium

Music of the spheres: the interstellar bromance of Planetarium

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] Nico Muhly brought the trombones, Bryce Dessner the guitars and Sufjan Stevens the ‘finely shaped buttocks’ – and the result was a concept album about... Read More

Snub TV: cult music show that unearthed the underground

Snub TV: cult music show that unearthed the underground

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] The no-frills cable show captured 80s and 90s bands at their most bonkers – from Napalm Death’s growling mayhem to New Order calling U2’s singer... Read More

Manchester music fans try to carry on

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Bands and fans have returned to Manchester’s music venues, a day after the attack on Manchester Arena – led by Simple Minds, who... Read More

The city’s beating heart: Manchester’s inclusive music scene

The city’s beating heart: Manchester’s inclusive music scene

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] Elbow’s Guy Garvey and DJs Dave Haslam and Mary-Anne Hobbs explain how, from the Hacienda to its grime community, Manchester champions the values its attackers... Read More

Here comes the science bit: why music festivals are going geek

Here comes the science bit: why music festivals are going geek

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] From Bluedot to Brian May’s Starmus, festivals are pairing music with science and tech. They are no longer ‘mutually incompatible’, says the Queen guitarist Related:... Read More