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Colin Gibbins: Factory Records Exhibition Struggle – interview

Colin Gibbins, who owns of all the Factory Records catalogue and huge amounts of memorabillia, speaks about his wish for a permanent exhibition of his collection to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the iconic label.

Vinyl Revival 20th Anniversary Bash

After trading successfully for the past 20 years Colin White’s Vinyl Revival Manchester Store is holding a celebratory gig at Manchester’s iconic Ruby Lounge venue in October 2017!

Sons Of The Descent: album review

Sons Of The Descent have released via Brawsome Productions their brilliant debut album, Lazy Glamour.

One Summer – Bigger Than The Stone Roses???

One of the great lost Manchester band's One Summer are putting out a release for Record Store Day 2017 through the Vinyl Revival label

The Train Set – interview

One of the great lost bands of the '80s The Train Set started strong but disappeared as quickly as they'd exploded on the scene. They're now back with new material.

Peter Hook & the Light Performing Substance: Manchester Apollo – live review

Peter Hook & the Light Performing Substance O2 Apollo, Manchester 16th September Peter Hook and the Light packed the Apollo on Friday night performing both New Order's...

New Order: Complete Music – album review

a special band making some of the finest dance/rock of their careers.

Joy Division play New Dawn Fades back on the road

Joy Division fan Paul Clarke previews New Dawn Fades - a new play about four lads who made rock and roll history, Joy Division’s story...

New Order: Music Complete – album review

New Order return with their first new album in two years - and their best for over 25 years says Louder Than War's Simon Tucker.

Peter Hook And The Light: London Coronet and Macclesfield Christ Church – live reviews

Two totally different gigs from the same band across one weekend. You’d normally expect to hear the same set twice, not in this case.

Calling All Astronauts: Post Modern Conspiracy – album review

Forget Daft Punk, CAA is the real sound of the summer

Manc classic and some curveballs in playlist for Alex Ferguson’s last match at Old Trafford

The playlist for the pre match entertainment for Alex Fergusons last match makes intriguing reading... The Stone Roses –Waterfall Pureessence – This Feeling Ian Brown – Stellify Happy Mondays – Step On New...

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