Manchester Orchestra

Interview: Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull on recording at Sound City with “genius” Ethan Guska, film composition and growing up in Toronto

April 28, 2021

This Friday marks the release of Manchester Orchestra‘s 6th Studio Album, the highly anticipated The Million Masks of God. You may have already heard the single “Bed Head”, watched the concert film (you’ll see the both later down this article), or even watched the video for the beautiful “Telepath”, which was released yesterday. Ahead of […]

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Track of the Day: Manchester Orchestra & The Front Bottoms “Allentown” (2018)

December 5, 2018

Current tour mates Manchester Orchestra and The Front Bottoms have combined forces and released a new collaborative track, the single “Allentown”.  “Allentown” features Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull and Brian Sella from The Front Bottoms trading verses over minimalist instrumental backing. It’s downbeat, pensive, and certainly a long way from what little I’ve heard of The […]

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Photo Gallery: Lollapalooza Day Four ft Jack White, What So Not, Portugal the Man, Manchester Orchestra and more

August 7, 2018

Lollapalooza wrapped up in Chicago on Sunday with performances from the likes of Jack White, What So Not, Portugal the Man, Manchester Orchestra, Anderson East, Lykke Li, Morgan Saint, Superorganism, Rainbow Kitten Surprise and Mikky Ekko. Our photographer Taylor Mithelman was on ground and brings us back these photos!

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Muse bring stadium rock to Tennessee for Bonnaroo’s epic Friday

June 10, 2018

2018’s Bonnaroo kicked into full gear Friday and as is the custom for this Summer Midwestern festival it was a hot one. But the sweltering sun and lack of clouds didn’t keep the bands and fans from having an incredibly packed fun filled day.  Muse Muse was Friday’s big headliner and in their first ever trip […]

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10 surefire highlights of Bonnaroo’s 16th anniversary this weekend

June 7, 2018

The 2018 edition of Bonnaroo is about to kick off with a lot of fresh new faces, big names and a huge dose of early 2000’s nostalgia. Muse, Eminem and The Killers were three of the biggest bands in the world 10 years ago and a decade later they will be headlining one of the […]

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Review: St. Vincent reigns supreme and adds edge to second day of Boston Calling Music Festival

May 28, 2018

The second day of Boston Calling had the biggest headliners, and a solid late afternoon run on the Red and Green stages. The Pod Saves America podcast was a good idea until the line ended up going out the door and around the corner, but Manchester Orchestra on the Green stage was a good enough […]

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Review: Manchester Orchestra deliver one of their heaviest and most memorable shows ever to Sydney

February 7, 2018

Going to a Manchester Orchestra show is quite the unique experience. They truly attract fans of all ages, demographics and genre persuasions. The emo kids are there. The hard rock kids are there. The contemplative Bob Dylan fans are there. They’ve managed to take their music and not so much make it “commercial” or “mainstream”, […]

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the AU interview: Manchester Orchestra (USA) talk Australian tour, "Hope", "Cope", Kevine Devine and Bad Books

November 17, 2014

While they were in Australia, we talked Hope and Cope with two parts of Manchester Orchestra, plus reflected on touring the UK with Kevin Devine and Bad Books, their Australian experiences and more. Filmed backstage at Melbourne’s Corner Hotel before their second show at the venue.

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