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Magique, interview, culture, music, Lorna Holland, Kettle Mag
Kettle Mag interviews Magique
Music editor Lorna Holland interviews dream-psych-pop solo artist Magique.
Too Many T's, music, interview, Lorna Holland, Kettle Mag
Student life series: Too Many T's
Kettle's student life music interview feature concludes with Ross Standaloft from hip-hop duo Too Many T's.
Jordan Allen, interview, music, Lorna Holland, Kettle Mag
Student life series: Jordan Allen
For the next piece in Kettle's student life feature, music editor Lorna Holland interviews Bolton indie four-piece Jordan Allen.
The Big Moon, Girl Band, Band, Music, Kettle Mag, Emily Chudy
5 reasons you should be listening to The Big Moon
Emily Chudy gives five reasons why you should be listening to 2016's biggest girl band, The Big Moon.
Meadowlark, music, interview, Lorna Holland, Kettle Mag
Student life series: Meadowlark
Kettle's student life series continues, with an interview from electro-pop due Meadowlark.
Elevant, music, interview, Lorna Holland, Kettle Mag
Student life series: Elevant
Liverpool psych-rockers Elevant are the latest to take part in Kettle's student life series.
Skinny Lister, interview, music, Lorna Holland, Kettle Mag
Student life series: Skinny Lister
We join Lorna from folk group Skinny Lister as she chats to us about her student days, as part of Kettle's student life series.
Natalie McCool, interview, music, Lorna Holland, Kettle Mag
Student life series: Natalie McCool
Kettle's student life series continues, as we chat to the musician and singer-songwriter Natalie McCool.
Asylums, band, music, interview, Lorna Holland, Kettle Mag
Student life series: Asylums
For the first in Kettle's series of student life interviews with musicians, we chat to Asylums.
Gig, Concert, Live, Review, Fort Hope, Sound Control, Manchester, Music, Kettle Mag, Rae Coppola
Gig Review: Fort Hope at Sound Control, Manchester
On Wednesday, the Hertfordshire rock outfit took to the stage of the sold-out nightclub to promote their upcoming EP, A R m U R E. Women’s editor Rae Coppola went along to see what the evening had in store.