Love Fame Tragedy kicked off his 2020 tour in fine fashion last week at Newcastle’s Cluny with support from fellow Liverpool artist MiG 15 and Full Colour. More than likely more well known for being lead singer Matthew ‘Murph’ Murphy from The Wombats, Love Fame Tragedy is his side-solo project and the intimate Newcastle venue […]
The music culture in the North East is constantly growing. With large venues such as the Metro Radio Arena, O2 Academy and City Hall hosting well-known acts, smaller venues tend to get overlooked. Little do some people know, these independent music venues have hosted a range of household names that are known and loved – from Nirvana to James Bay. […]
DIY attitude from Bolton is set to conquer the North East with The Rookery's launch event Saturday February 25.
Originally hailing from Bolton, music collective ‘The Rookery’ will celebrate their launch in Newcastle on the 25th of February at the Cluny. The event’s goal is to bring music lovers together and round up emerging bands, musicians and creatives from across the North East for an improvised performance. Following a day of drop in […]
Far too often I hear people saying “music isn’t as good as it used to be” as they reminisce about the good old days when promising new artists could be found on every street corner. To those people I say calmly but firmly “you’re wrong.”
The music scene, particularly in the North East, is every bit as vibrant and promising as it always was – you just have to look a little harder. And a big part of staying in touch with the fantastic artists that modern music has to offer is knowing where to go and see them live. […]