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LVL UP: Think Tank Underground, Newcastle – live review

A stellar line up topped off by the brilliant LVL UP, with their constant twists and turns leaving us aghast at their brilliance.

The Shins: O2 Academy Glasgow – live review

The Shins headline a stellar line up at Glasgow's O2 Academy, their set spans their career and has everyone in full voice throughout.

Meat Wave: The Incessant – album Review

Harsher emotions crash on Meat Wave’s forceful follow up to 2015’s Delusion Moon.

Menace Beach: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

An awesome set from fuzz guitar masters Menace Beach as they tare the roof off the Cluny, a true show of their power.

Unqualified Nurse Band: Debasement Tapes – album review

An incredible debut from Derby's Unqualified Nurse Band as they traverse genres with ease and create a sonic masterpiece.

Thee Oh Sees: Leeds Uni Stylus – live review

The Oh Sees thrill a sold out crowd in Leeds and we're left completely mesmerised by the synchronicity of the bands two drummers.

Nervous Twitch: Don’t Take My TV – album review

Don’t Take My TV, the second long-player from fun-loving Leeds four-piece Nervous Twitch, was first released in cassette form back in February. Odd Box Records have now seen fit to grant this vital indie-pop document the status it undoubtedly deserves, and reissued it on instantly collectible clear vinyl.

Thee Oh Sees: A Weird Exits – album review

Thee Oh Sees first studio album this year and their first with two drummers, A Weird Exits is everything we could of hoped for!

Squirrel Records Presents: Nuts & Vaults – album review

Squirrel Records, Indie-pop, punk rock, Compilation, double CD, album review, Glenn Airey. Venerable punk rock and indie label Squirrel is calling it a day after hitting 45 (well, nearly).

Primavera Sound: Day Three – festival review

Primavera seem to have saved the best until last, with two legends both putting on awe-inspiring sets and Ty Segall rounding things off!

T.O.Y.S: SICKS – album review

T.O.Y.S album review SICKS Odd Box Records After three cracking EPs, indie-pop experimentalists T.O.Y.S present a keyboards-driven long-player full of tunes for the head, heart and feet. Glenn Airey enjoys the fun and games.

Evolution Emerging – Festival Review

Venues around Newcastle plays host to some of the finest bands and artists the North East has to offer and proves how incredible the scene is right now!

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