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French Boutik: L’ Ame De Paris – album review

French Boutik: L’ Ame De Paris Heavy Soul Records Vinyl/CD/DL Sharply-dressed French band deliver a colourful second album, bursting with melody and foot-tapping moderniste French pop...

The Lemon Twigs: Riverside, Newcastle – live review

A blistering set from The Lemon Twigs as they wear their influences well and truly on their sleeves in this impressive set!

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

One of the hottest bands around leave their mark on Newcastle tonight with a blistering set of great tracks from their first two albums!

Bill Ryder Jones: Sage Gateshead – live review

The brilliant Bill Ryder Jones put on an enthralling performance as he wowed a packed crowd at the Sage Gateshead!

John Grant: Sage Gateshead – live review

The incredible John Grant puts on yet another genre defying, interstellar show where he navigates disco to soaring post rock with ease!

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!

Maximo Park: Leeds Beckett University – live review

A superb way to start the year with a blistering sets from both Maximo Park and Cowtown as they wish Lukas Wooller a very fond farewell!

Hinds: Riverside, Newcastle – live review

The brilliant Hinds win over a packed crowd on their first ever visit to Newcastle with an epic set that left a lasting impression!

Vukovar: Monument – album review

Vukovar have once more warned at the perils of compiling Album Of The Year lists too early.

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!

IDLES: Riverside, Newcastle – live review

IDLES Riverside, Newcastle 23rd October 2018 A blistering set that unites a diverse crowd in emphatic fashion, IDLES proving once again why they're the best band in...

She Makes War wants to shift the gender bias at gigs

Laura Bailey Kidd aka She Makes War posted a heartfelt and heartwarming open letter on social media, addressed to her 'non-men' fans, encouraging them to...

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