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Live At Leeds 2017 – festival review

Another exceptional day at Live At Leeds discovering some of the finest new acts around as well as catching up with a bunch of old favourites.

Hit The North – festival review

The first Hit The North festival took over the majority of Newcastle's finest venues, with an exceptionally diverse line up it was a sure fire hit!

PINS: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

PINS once again prove that they're one of the most underrated bands in the UK, their new tracks leap out and demand your attention tonight.

Pulco: Silex | Chow Mwng: Better Than Teletext – EP reviews

The King is dead, long live the King. A final outing for Pulco before evolving into Chow Mwng - exciting times

Sons Of The Descent New Release

Edinburgh duo Hugh Duggie and Ian White are ex Factory Records and ex Mute artists, with BBC 6 Music's Gideon Coe already giving them exclusive airtime, Sons of...

British Sea Power: Church, Leeds – live review

An incredible set from the ever brilliant British Sea Power, tonight they remind us why they're one of the best bands in the UK.

San Fermin: Belong – album review

An eclectic mix of tracks from San Fermin on their exceptional third album, from shimmering pop grooves to downbeat indie folk Belong has it all!

Seegulls, Jake McRae, The Hubbards: Gullivers, Manchester – live review

Scruff of the Neck Records take over Manchester’s Northern Quarter in a celebration of up-and-coming live bands. Louder Than War’s Abi Small reports back from Gullivers, with photographs by Katie Meloy.

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.

VO5 NME Awards Tour: O2 Academy Newcastle – live review

A hit and miss evening, with epic highs and woeful lows the NME Awards tour fails to hit the spot on this occasion with a lack of diversity.

Grandaddy: Hoults Yard, Newcastle – live review

Tonight sees Jason Lytle celebrating his birthday with a crowd of adoring fans in Newcastle, as Grandaddy thrill them all with songs new and old.

Feral Five: Man Cat Doll Machine – EP review + video premiere!

Welcome back Feral Five, it’s like you’ve never been away.

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