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Amanda Palmer: Sage Gateshead – live review

The exceptional Amanda Palmer kicks off her latest tour in Gateshead in the rather grandiose setting of the Sage Gateshead!

Nada Surf: O2 Academy Newcastle – live review

An exceptional evening from Nada Surf celebrating a career defining album in style, followed by a plethora of their best tracks!

Manic Street Preachers: Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle – live review

Manic Street Preachers kick off their huge tour in Newcastle with an exceptional show packed with a plethora of new tracks and rarities!

Demob Happy: Holy Doom – album review

Demob Happy – Holy Doom (SO Recordings) Out Now 9/10 Demob Happy’s joyous mix of 60’s psychedelic & 90’s grunge works to great effect on their sophomore release...

Terrible Humans: Bedroom Demos – EP Review

Terrible Humans are one of Portmouth's newest indie bands. Sophie Sparham reviews their first release, Bedroom Demos.

Teen Creeps: Birthmarks – album review

Teen Creeps from Ghent are a hard-hitting trio who wear their 90’s alt-guitar indie-rock influences firmly on the sleeves.

At The Drive In: O2 Academy Newcastle – live review

A triple headed beast with three of the finest bands around, there is no doubt that At The Drive In know how to put on awesome show!

Quinn Henry Mulligan: February – Album review

Second album of dreamy acoustic folky alt-jazz in as many months from song-smith on a mission to release an album every month in 2018.

Franz Ferdinand: O2 Academy Newcastle – live review

Franz Ferdinand prove they're back on top as they bring Always Ascending to life in Newcastle with a blistering performance!

Evil Blizzard: Camden Underworld, London – live review

Evil Blizzard live review Camden Underworld Paul Grace photographs and reviews for Louder Than War at their new single launch party.

Deadcuts: Hit on all Sixess – album review

Deadcuts second album is a dark masterpiece reflecting the great and good of early 80’s goth/alternative rock/pot punk.

Ben Mason: Dogs N Yaaa – Album Review

Ben Mason evokes Drake, Eno and Elliott Smith with his nonetheless highly personal songwriting. Nat Lyon see the potential for greatness in his spellbinding album Dogs N Yaaa

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