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Primavera Festival, Porto – Live Review

It's the wet and the dry with Steve John in Porto for the Primavera Festival.

Evolution Emerging: Newcastle – festival review

Evolution Emerging celebrates it's tenth birthday in style with a plethora of bands old and new, all of whom are on top form today!

Hit The North 2018 – Festival Review

The main event, the jewel in the Hit The North crown did not disappoint with a huge line up that truly delivered an exceptional day of live music!

Meet The North 2018 – Festival Review

A brilliant first day packed with new and exciting discoveries, Meet The North have truly outdone themselves this year!

Twisterella Festival, Middlesbrough – festival review

Another truly successful year at Middlesbrough's Twisterella festival as they once again put on a cracking festival with a wonderful selection of bands.

Brian Wilson: Live From Times Square, Newcastle – live review

An incredible way to close out this years Live From Times Square, a wonderfully eclectic line up topped off by a true living legend!

Manic Street Preachers: Live From Times Square, Newcastle – live review

An incredible line up topped off by one of the finest bands around as the Manic Street Preachers play a hit filled set at Times Square!

The Libertines: Live From Times Square, Newcastle – live review

An excellent evening topped off with a rousing nostalgia filled set by The Libertines as they light up Times Square on a balmy summer evening!

Citadel Festival 2017: Victoria Park, London – live review

Keith Goldhanger has been spending more summer days in fields writing more frightening verse*. This time he's reporting from the third Citadel Festival in London's East End.

Laura Marling: Tynemouth Priory – live review

A spellbinding evening at the hands of a star studded line up in one of the most breathtaking venues around.

Manic Street Preachers: Bristol – live review

Manic Street Preachers play their first gig of the year with a huge outdoor show in Bristol - cherry picking from their back catalogue for fan favourites and big hits.

Primavera Sound Day Three 2017 – festival review

Primavera Sound Parc Del Forum, Barcelona 2nd June 2017 An incredible day to close out this years festival, with a monstrous line up that doesn't fail to...

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