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Cotton Clouds Festival 2019 – live review

Cotton Clouds Festival Saddleworth Cricket Club, Oldham 16/17th August 2019 2019, its third year. Cotton Clouds music festival prides itself on fusing established artists, as the headline...

Striking Matches: Sage Gateshead – live review

A trio of the finest acts around, all of whom thrill this packed audience in incredible fashion at the Sage Gateshead!

Jade Bird & Holly Macve: Sage – live review

An excellent double bill with two of the finest acts that the UK has to offer, making for a beautiful evening of incredible music!

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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God Damn: Secret Lock Up Party, Minerva Works, Birmingham – live review

God Damn Minerva Works
God Damn Minerva Works Birmingham December 7th 2019 God Damn return to an old haunt after a three year absence...

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Peter Astor and the Holy Road: Paradise – album review

Peter Astor and the Holy Road: Paradise Tapete Records Vinyl/CD/DL A welcome reissue of The Loft/Weather Prophets front-man's post-Creation Records...

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Albums of The Year 2019 – the Top 50

Albums of The Year 2019 - the Top 50  as chosen by LTW Websites* regular writers & contributors.   *LTW...

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A Dog Called Money – Film Review

PJ Harvey Seamus Murphy A Dog Called Money
A Dog Called Money (2019) Dir. Seamus Murphy Cast: PJ Harvey  Duration: 94 minutes Release date: 8th November 2019  Cinema and streaming...

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Damnation Festival 2019: University of Leeds Students Union – live review

Alcest on stage at the Damnation Festival
Damnation Festival University of Leeds Students Union, Leeds 2nd November 2019 The Damnation Festival 2019 celebrated the diverse and extreme...