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‘For All We Know’ – NAO Could Be The Next Major Female Vocalist

(Writing this whilst in my new room with ‘For All We Know’ on repeat blaring through my speakers, sorry new neighbours…) NAO, the East-London raised singer-songwriter, released her debut album ‘For All We Know‘ last week. The 28 year-old’s distinctive sound has been described by herself as ‘wonky funk’, others describe her style as soul, R’n’B and… Continue reading ‘For All We Know’ – NAO Could Be The Next Major Female Vocalist

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Samm Henshaw at The Deaf Institute, Manchester

SAMM Henshaw performed at the cosy venue, The Deaf Institute in Manchester on Saturday (May 28). The South-London born songwriter of Nigerian descent has toured with the likes of James Bay and Tori Kelly and has gained support from BBC Radio 1 DJ’s including Huw Stephens and Dev. Tom Walker, the first support act, resembled… Continue reading Samm Henshaw at The Deaf Institute, Manchester

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Kaytranada’s 99.9% – Album Review

Kaytranada, the 23-year-old producer and DJ released his album ‘99.9%’ on the 6th May 2016. As one of my favourite artists, I expected big things. At only 14 years old, he started doing DJ sets after being introduced to music production by his brother, he explains “after he showed me the basics, from that day… Continue reading Kaytranada’s 99.9% – Album Review

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“CURIOSITY – Art Exhibition” at the Kraak Gallery raises money for Manchester Mind charity

YOUNG and local artists of Manchester hosted a night of entertainment in aid of the mental health charity, Mind. The event took place at the Kraak Gallery, Stevenson Square in the Northern Quarter. The alternative, bohemian location seemed fitting for the contemporary art event on Wednesday evening. Packed with members of the public, the venue attracted… Continue reading “CURIOSITY – Art Exhibition” at the Kraak Gallery raises money for Manchester Mind charity