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Time to Stand up to Ticket Touts
Shauna Crossan examines the problem of ticket touting and explains why ticket touts should be stopped once and for all.
The Jjohns, Mersey, Sound, Music, Liverpool, Kettle Mag, Millie Finn
The Jjohns: Bringing the Mersey Sound Back
Frivolity editor Millie Finn introduces the 21st-century stars of the Cavern Club, The Jjohns, better known as your ones to watch for 2017..
George Michael, Careless Whisper, music, culture, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
Analogy of a Careless Whisper
Alex Veeneman considers the symbolism of Careless Whisper in the culture of modern music.
Disclosure, music, DJ, culture, identity, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
The Musical Identity of Disclosure
As the fifth anniversary of the release of Latch approaches, Alex Veeneman considers the musical identity of the electronic music duo Disclosure, and what it means for their future.
Vienna Philharmonic, performance, music, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
Review: Vienna Philharmonic on New Year's Day
Alex Veeneman reviews the annual New Year's Day concert of the Vienna Philharmonic, conducted by Gustavo Dudamel.
CDs, top 10 albums, music, culture, Lorna Holland, Kettle Mag
Kettle Mag's Top 10 Albums of 2016
Music editor Lorna Holland counts down the top ten albums of 2016, as voted by Kettle writers and readers.
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.