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Manic Street Preachers: Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle – live review

Manic Street Preachers kick off their huge tour in Newcastle with an exceptional show packed with a plethora of new tracks and rarities!

The Slow Readers Club : Build A Tower – Album Review

The Slow Readers Club. Build A Tower. Modern Sky Records. CD/DL/Vinyl (Limited Edition). Release date: 4th May. Manchester has some strong talent around these days and The Slow Readers...

Sheer Zed: Do Not Submit To The Control Claw – album review

Call this a concept album, call it experimentalism, call it whatever you will. One thing that it will certainly be called is outstanding.

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...

Belle & Sebastian: Sage Gateshead – live review

The ever brilliant Belle & Sebastian return to the Sage in triumphant style, with a rousing set featuring a plethora of tracks from across their career!

Hookworms: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

The incredible Hookworms are out of this world as they bring to life their new album Microshift in Newcastle!

Terrible Humans: Bedroom Demos – EP Review

Terrible Humans are one of Portmouth's newest indie bands. Sophie Sparham reviews their first release, Bedroom Demos.

Gomez: Bring it On (20th Anniversary edition) – album review

The remastered Gomez debut brings together the classic first album along with various demos, sessions and live tracks.

Dirty Laces – Bio and debut EP release

Dirty Laces - Bio and debut EP release - Dirty Laces are a young, brashful, vibrant, exciting Manchester band who have recently released their debut 1000mph EP The Modern Age.

Neon Waltz: Bring Me To Light – EP review

John O' Groats Indie rockers Neon Waltz follow up their debut album Strange Hymns with a new EP, Bring Me To Light. Louder Than War's Roxy Gillespie reviews.

Franz Ferdinand: O2 Academy Newcastle – live review

Franz Ferdinand prove they're back on top as they bring Always Ascending to life in Newcastle with a blistering performance!

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