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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!

Mirrors For Psychic Warfare: I See What I Became – album review

Mirrors For Psychic Warfare: I See What I Became Neurot Recordings LP/CD/DL Available Now! I See What I Became is the second outing for Mirrors For Psychic...

Palaye Royale: Boom Boom Room (SideB) – Album Review

Palaye Royale continues to add to their numerous accomplishments this year. Is their sophomore album, due for release this week, one of them?

Wooden Shjips: Sage Gateshead – live review

Out of this world psychedelic rockers Wooden Shjips never fail to impress with their exceptional live sets and tonight is no different!

Joshua Hedley: Sage Gateshead – live review

The brilliant Joshua Hedley truly lives up to his name as Mr Jukebox dazzles an enthralled crowd in Gateshead!

Gaelynn Lea: Learning How To Stay – album review

Gaelynn Lea tomorrow releases her third album 'Learning How To Stay'. The album is her boldest and most expansive work to date which...

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