Metal emerges from Manning Bar.
Between Kinder, Mashd N Kutcher, Riton, and USyd’s own DJ Society, Manning Bar patrons were treated to a night that more than justified the ticket price.
To The Grave played a cathartic set that brought Manning to life.
Science and music usually shouldn’t mix. But when done right you might just get an emulsion.
Pool tables are representative of the idle socialising for which university was historically famed.
The Wollongong four-piece bring their brand of indie surf-rock to Manning.
After too many nights locked indoors and ruminating alone, Emo Nite was a return to form for the musical aspect of emo culture.
Tyne-James Organ brings chords and charisma to Manning.
Kicking and screaming but refusing to die. Nelson Crossley reminds us why Manning still rocks.
Charles Firth, Anthony Albanese and other Manning alum pay their respects to the iconic bar.