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Boy Azooga: Cobalt Studios, Newcastle – live review

Boy Azooga have already released one of the finest debut albums of the year and tonight they bring 1, 2, Kung Fu to life in ecstatic fashion!

Camp Cope: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

Camp Cope prove why they are fast becoming one of the most important bands around at the moment, with a blistering set!

Lowlives: O2 The Ritz, Manchester – Live Review

Louder Than War went along to the O2 Ritz in Manchester to check out the guitar-driven hard rock band Lowlives.

Evolution Emerging: Newcastle – festival review

Evolution Emerging celebrates it's tenth birthday in style with a plethora of bands old and new, all of whom are on top form today!

Bully: Think Tank, Newcastle – live review

The brilliant Bully thrill a packed crowd in Newcastle, wearing their influences on their sleeves it's an incredible night!

All Hail Hyena: Cubs In The Wild – EP review

one day it will be a collector’s item.

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!

Meet The North 2018 – Festival Review

A brilliant first day packed with new and exciting discoveries, Meet The North have truly outdone themselves this year!

The Turbans: The Turbans – album review

one suspects The Turbans will be coming to a festival near you very soon.

L.A. Witch: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

L.A. Witch Cluny, Newcastle 29th March 2018 The brilliant trio L.A. Witch arrive in Newcastle and proceed to tear the roof off the Cluny with an exceptional...

Ezra Furman: Brudenell Social Club, Leeds – live review

Making his live comeback at the Brudenell Social Club, 2018 is sure to be the year of Ezra Furman as he releases his incredible new album!

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club: Wrong Creatures – Album Review

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club return with an album packed full of lavish and imposing soundscapes and dark haunting tunes.

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