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The Script to tour Newcastle following the release of their latest album Freedom Child

The Script to tour Newcastle following the release of their latest album Freedom Child

Fans living in the North East can look forward to seeing Danny O’Donoghue and the boys at the Metro Radio Arena next week as they showcase songs from their new album. Freedom Child celebrates the band’s long-anticipated return, which explores the struggles of today’s broken society and combines personal accounts of The Script while staying […]

 Louise Barber

REVIEW: Don Broco Technology Album

REVIEW: Don Broco Technology Album

The wait is finally over. After waiting over two years for a new album, the day has finally arrived. Don Broco have dropped Technology.  The Bedford guys have been teasing us fans since 2016 with tracks from the album such as Everybody, Pretty and Technology, and when they did, we knew that this was going […]

 Mariam Khattab

REVIEW – Pink’s Beautiful Trauma

REVIEW – Pink’s Beautiful Trauma

  Fluorescent spiky-haired Alecia Moore, famously known as Pink, dominates the charts with Beautiful Trauma, preaching to an assembly of listeners on boldness and confidence. Following on from her short yet empowering speech to her daughter at MTV’s Video Music Awards in August 2017, where she taught all viewers a lesson on confidence and self-acceptance, […]

 Josh Stothard

NARC Fest 2017: Preview

NARC Fest 2017: Preview

The multi-venue festival is back for another year with the event kicking off this July. NARC Fest gathers some of the hottest independent music performers for a night of diverse sounds. The free festival will leave those in attendance spoiled for choice, from alt-rock and psychedelia to noisy DIY pop and Jazz, there is a venue for […]

 Francisco Andrade

Review: Grimes new album, Art Angels

Review: Grimes new album, Art Angels

The world of experimental, electronic and art music is filled with alter-egos, from Trent Raznor’s Nine Inch Nails to the famous animated Gorilazz by Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett, and in the last five years there has been a boom in female solo performances in these genres with the likes of Zola Jesus, Glasser and, perhaps the […]

 Leah Goodwin

Review: Little Comets @ Newcastle’s O2 Academy

Review: Little Comets @ Newcastle’s O2 Academy

Little Comets took to Newcastle’s O2 Academy stage on Saturday (March 14). The atmosphere got giddier by the second as local lads Little Comets prepared to enter the stage and celebrate the last stop on their UK tour. When Jarrow brothers Rob and Mickey Coles and Washington’s Matt Hall arrived, whistles and cheers broke out. […]

 Leah Goodwin

Little Comets to play Newcastle’s O2 Academy on Saturday

Little Comets to play Newcastle’s O2 Academy on Saturday

North East indie-poppers Little Comets, who have been famed for their impromptu gigs in unorthodox venues, such as the Tyne and Wear Metro and even a Marks and Spencer bakery aisle, are back on home turf for the final stop of their 2015 tour at Newcastle’s O2 Academy on March 14. Hailing from Jarrow and Washington, […]