Kay Greyson has become a familiar name in the North East hip-hop scene, her unique sound has brought the 19 year old MC much acclaim. With a new project on the horizon as well as […]
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Gig Review: Tax The Heat @ Jumpin’ Jacks Newcastle (26/04/2017)
Great British hopes Tax The Heat are readying a brand new record and preparing for a return to Download this summer. Coming off the back of their debut album, Fed To The Lions, Bristolian rock […]
Event Review: Music and Moonshine @ Prohibition Cabaret Bar (20/04/17)
“Music and Moonshine” at Prohibition Cabaret Bar in Gateshead was the latest event hosted by Sam Wright NE, and featured sets from local acoustic artists Cara Pearson Acoustics, Doozy Rowlands, Brother Joe and Aaron Wiggett. […]
Classic Album Review: Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
Words by Matthew Thomas. @matthew5thomas. Wednesday 26th April, 2017. Back in 1995 when The Smashing Pumpkins announced a double album, the media to their panicked record company and their own fans prematurely deemed the LP […]
Today we spoke to rapper Reali-T about getting into music, being real and how long he has left in the rap game.
Cultural Icons: Elvis Presley
It’s easy to label Presley as one of the founding members of rock n roll, listen to the plethora of rockabilly songs the artist produced and forget about his presence in the meantime. However, the […]
Event Review: Obscene-Obsequel, Open Mic @ Arch Sixteen Café (22/04/17)
When you think of famous hubs of hip-hop around the world right now, places like Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York or London come to mind… but the North East of England? Surely not?
Tynemouth Food Fest Preview: NATO
Along with amazing food from across the region, this summer’s Tynemouth Food Festival is stacked with musical talent over both days. 22 of the North East’s brightest musicians will be performing for your listening pleasure, today we spoke to rapper NATO about getting into music, food and vlogging.