As you’ve stood daydreaming at Victoria station or raced by to catch a departing train, would it be fair to say the small red-brick hairdressers that lies opposite has never registered deeper than your subconscious?
If supporting grassroots music while listening to uplifting melodies is what you’re after, look no further than next year’s Manchester Punk Festival.
Amongst the closure of gig venues, the cancellation of events, and the near demise of the city’s underground music scene, Manchester Punk Festival is bucking the trend and thriving – returning in 2016 for its second year running.
The Godfather, King, veteran — Wiley’s musical appellations are deeply ingrained in the UK grime scene, but it was uncertain whether his Manchester performance was going to live up to his reputation.
The Guardian Exchange tunnels have lay virtually empty for almost 60 years since they were built in the 1950s – fuelling radioactive rumours of shadowy activities 200ft below the surface.
Man was also handed a 15-week custodial sentence
Weird world picture special: There’s no place like home – Colombian couple live in sewer with dog for 22 years
Miguel Restrepo, his wife and dog live in a sewer in Medellin.
‘He’ll be far more important to me’: Sir Alex thanks Hodgson for omitting Rio Ferdinand from England squad
Manchester United defender not called up.
Career isn’t over: ‘Disappointed’ Hodgson apologises to Manchester United’s Ferdinand for tube comments
Hodgson blames himself for tube comments.
‘It’s a shambles’: Forced marriage victim warns about David Cameron’s plans to criminalise the practice
A forced marriage victim and author of Belonging, Sameem Ali, is raising the red flag about possible adverse effects of the government plans to crimin
Andy Shef’s new regular column will explore the thriving, if at times sweaty, world of Manchester’s underground electronic music scene.