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Miro Magazine’s April Favourites Playlist

Who doesn’t like discovering new music? We at Miro Magazine have compiled together a playlist of ten songs from emerging bands and artist, that we have discovered and loved over th...

GIG REVIEW: Normandie at the Deaf Institute Manchester

Swedish band Normandie’s ‘White Flag’ tour kicked off at Deaf Institute, in Manchester, the gig was clearly extremely special to them as they took the time to thank everyone from t...

GIG REVIEW: Swedish Band Holy Now at The Castle Hotel in Manchester

In a tiny back room of the Castle Hotel in Manchester’s Northern Quarter, dreamy indie-pop four-piece Holy Now proved that they are destined for greatness with their euphoric choru...

REVIEW: Maisie Bourke Debut EP ‘Act Your Age’

Hanging onto the tether between adolescence and adulthood rests the debut EP “Act Your Age” from the youthful Londoner: Maisie Bourke. It’s full to the brim, in terms of potential;...

Review: Debut EP ‘Roll With Me’ by Manchester’s Josh Goddard

Mancunian Josh Goddard released his debut EP “Roll With Me” in November and despite being his debut, Josh has already managed to established a distinct style which is exciting to h...

Review: Koalas at Head For the Hills Festival

The Synth-pop band Koalas, are leading the wave of electronica and making an impact in the heavy saturated indie music scene of Manchester and their set at Head for the Hills festi...

Review: Kneehigh bring Jim Dodge’s Fup onto stage

Set in Kneehigh’s wild, wonderful fairytale version of Cornwall with just six performers, Simon Harvey’s adaptation of Jim Dodge’s novel FUP is a real delight. Chloe Walton reviews...

Jake Morley has re-released his single ‘Ghostess’ but with a little twist

Jack Morley is breathing fresh air into his tracks by re-releasing stripped back acoustic versions that are uncomplicated and simple. Starting with the haunting new single; Ghostes...

Review – The Meg

Jason Statham wrestles a great white on steroids in The Meg, and takes absolutely no regard for science in the process. But honestly, who cares?