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Hit The North 2018 – Festival Review

The main event, the jewel in the Hit The North crown did not disappoint with a huge line up that truly delivered an exceptional day of live music!

Alex Cameron: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

After a brilliant year Alex Cameron tops off this year with an exceptional headline tour, we catch up with him Newcastle!

Liars: Boiler Shop, Newcastle – live review

An eclectic night that featured a debut gig by the north easts next big thing followed by the incredible Liars!

Primavera Sound Day Three 2017 – festival review

Primavera Sound Parc Del Forum, Barcelona 2nd June 2017 An incredible day to close out this years festival, with a monstrous line up that doesn't fail to...

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis: War Machine OST – soundtrack review

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis: War Machine OST (Invada Records/Lakeshore Records) LP / CD / DL DL available now. LP / CD release dates to be...

Ruby Boots: Sage Gateshead – live review

A stunning set from up and coming country starlet Ruby Boots, as she exudes passion from her wonderfully heartfelt songs.

Primavera Sound: Opening Night 2017 – festival review

An exceptional opening night for this years Primavera Sound, with a brilliantly diverse line up that had something to please everyone!

Primavera Sound 2017 Ones To Watch

With just over a week to go until this years Primavera Sound festival, we round up a bunch of bands who are set to impress at this years festival!

Song For A Family: Campaign For Craig Gill – Saturn 5 To Christmas No.1

The last couple of weeks have been an overwhelming sad time for the family, friends and fans of the late Inspiral Carpets drummer Craig Gill.  Gone too soon is the...

Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein: Stranger Things OST – album review

Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein Stranger Things OST (Invada Records / Lakeshore Records) LP/CD/DL Please check Invada / Lakeshore websites for full release dates and variants. 8/10 The much...

Applewood Road: Sage Gateshead – live review

An exceptional evening from three incredible songwriters who take it in turns to wow the crowd, before coming together to create something extremely special.

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