Overall, the Euphoria House Party was thoroughly enjoyable, bringing partygoers into the show’s stylish and energetic world for one memorable night.
An indie folk band for the ages, The Dreggs take us to scenes of a country dive bar and sing of the desire to leave all your worries at the door.
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.
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.
It was impossible to move through a room without running into every person you’ve met on campus, from ever-present BNoCs to tute-bound whos.
Kicking and screaming but refusing to die. Nelson Crossley reminds us why Manning still rocks.
Hits and misses at Manning Bar.