Friday, November 22, 2019

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Tim Hecker: Anoyo – album review

Tim Hecker: Anoyo Kranky LP/DL/CD Available 10/05/2019 Anoyo is the follow up to Tim Hecker's 2018 album Konoyo. Created during the same sessions with Japanese gagaku ensemble Tokyo...

The Coathangers: Soup Kitchen, Manchester – live review

The Coathangers | Mold Soup Kitchen, Manchester 29th April 2019 It’s a Monday night and Mold, who are opening tonight’s gig, have temporarily lost their drummer. Apparently...

The Lemon Twigs: Riverside, Newcastle – live review

A blistering set from The Lemon Twigs as they wear their influences well and truly on their sleeves in this impressive set!

The Angel With Scabbed Wings: Marilyn Manson’s Antichrist Superstar Revisited

Concept album. The scourge of Bible belt America. Blamed for it all. Hated by thousands and loved by millions. Marilyn Manson's second album saw...

John Grant: Sage Gateshead – live review

The incredible John Grant puts on yet another genre defying, interstellar show where he navigates disco to soaring post rock with ease!

Death Cab for Cutie: O2 Academy Leeds – live review

A stunning return to form for Death Cab for Cutie, Thank You For Today comes alive tonight as they thrill a packed audience in Leeds!

Midland: Boiler Shop, Newcastle – live review

Rising Country super stars Midland make it a night to remember as Newcastle swaps mosh pits for line dancing!

Brothers Osborne: O2 Academy Newcastle – live review

A riotous night with the Brothers Osborne as they tear the roof off the O2 Academy in Newcastle with a superb set!

Jon Spencer: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

An epic evening of high octane Garage Rock from the one and only Jon Spencer as he and the Hitmakers set Newcastle alight!

Boyracer: Walls Come Tumbling Down – video

Former Sarah Records legends Boyracer cover Paul Weller's classic anthem as a message of solidarity against right wing politics. Watch the video here.

Father John Misty: Sage Gateshead – live review

A truly epic evening of fantastic music by the ever brilliant Father John Misty, the perfect way to kick off his current tour!

John Carpenter: Tyne Theatre, Newcastle – live review

The iconic themes and films of John Carpenter are brought to life by the man himself in a spellbinding audio visual set!

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