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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...

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!

Adwaith: Melyn – album review

Adwaith: Melyn Libertino Records DL (11th October) LP to follow One of the rising stars of the Welsh independent music scene, Adwaith, release their debut album this...

RNS Rocks: Sage Gateshead – live review

Celebrating their sixtieth birthday in style, Royal Northern Sinfonia rock the Sage Gateshead with two of the Norths finest!

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!

Foxing: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

The brilliant Foxing finally hit the UK shores, this time in support of their brilliant new album Nearer My Church!

Samba Toure: Wande – album review

yet another release which enables appreciation of the musical styles which are currently, and have been for some while, emanating from Africa.

TQ Zine: Covering The Covers – album review

This is an album for the challenged and the challenging, the disturbed and the disturbing. A mammoth collection for a mammoth mind.

Forgetting The Future:

Forgetting The Future bring out their first EP Under The Influence including the excellent track Latch. Louder Than War's Roxy Gillespie reviews.

Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott: Tynemouth Priory – live review

In the most wonderful of settings, Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott thrill a packed crowd with a wonderful set that blends the old and the new.

This Is The Kit: Whitley Bay Playhouse – live review

A spellbinding evening of music as both The Cornshed Sisters and This Is The Kit are truly out of this world!

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