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Magic City Trio: Amerikana Arkana – Album Review

Magic City Trio's Amerikana Arakana "has a warmth and depth of a traditionally recorded country-influenced record from the late ‘60s."

I’m With Her: Sage Gateshead – live review

To put it lightly we're completely blown away by the brilliant I'm With Her as their talents truly shine during this exceptional performance.

Lilly Hiatt: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

The wonderful Lilly Hiatt put on a dazzling shown in Newcastle as she proves that she is one of the most underrated artists around!

Johnny Cash: Forever Words The Music – album review

If you can listen to this album without shedding at least one tear then you clearly have no soul.

Magic City Trio: Amerikana Arkana – debut album news

Amerikana Arkana is the debut album from The Magic City Trio, featuring Frank Sweeney of classic British indie band The June Brides, and Annie Holder, formerly of Annie and the Aeroplanes. The record builds upon the orchestration and mariachi sounds hinted at on their first EP release.

Deer Tick: Brudenell Social Club, Leeds – live review

Two brilliant sets from Deer Tick as they showcase their two new records to an emphatic audience on the last night of their tour.

Ward Thomas: Sage, Gateshead – live review

The brilliant Ward Thomas showcase a bunch of new tracks, alongside a plethora of old favourites as they round off 2017 with a bang!

The Delta Bell: Hold Fast The Fire – Album Review

Heart-warming and beautiful second album from Brighton’s genius post-country band The Delta Bell.

Brandy Clark: Sage Gateshead – live review

Brandy Clark proves why she is one of the finest songwriters around, her set is wonderfully captivating with her exceptional stories.

The Yawpers: Boy In A Well – album review

A concept album full of great tunes from The Yawpers - no capes involved.

Laura Marling: Tynemouth Priory – live review

A spellbinding evening at the hands of a star studded line up in one of the most breathtaking venues around.

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...

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