Almost every indie rock band that has come to the forefront owes a considerable amount to the Pixies. The Boston-based quartet effortless amalgamates brash rock, grunge, and psychedelia into a record that is still played […]
Twitter Spotlight: Chronic Change
This week spoke to psychedelic rockers Chronic Change about latest release ‘The EP’ and what 2017 has in store for them. What was the inspiration behind Chronic Change? A shared passion for creating original music […]
North East Noise: An Interview with Matt Dunbar
This week we spoke to singer-songwriter Matt Dunbar from Morpeth.
Gig Review: Kings of Leon – Leeds First Direct Arena (19th Feb)
Playing to a 13,000 capacity strong First Direct Arena, fans were treated to a dazzling, exhilarating 26 strong set list in which the new album was sprinkled in expertly. Giving die-hard fans the old classics […]
Cultural Icons: Kurt Cobain
As ‘Nevermind’ celebrates its 26th anniversary since its release in September 1991, it is important to recognise what this sophomore record created in it’s wake. Culturally, it decimated the stereotypes and youthful segregation between underground […]
Twitter Spotlight: The Black Delta Movement
We spoke to The Black Delta Movement ahead of their UK & European Tour next month.
A PREVIEW OF TRAMLINES FESTIVAL
Cultural icons of the British indie scene, The Libertines have recently been announced as this years headliners at Tramlines Festival. The acclaimed inner city event located in Sheffield will take place between Friday 21st and […]
CLASSIC ALBUM REVIEW: THE SLIM SHADY LP
Eminem’s 1999 second studio album and first major label release ‘The Slim Shady LP’ saw the Detroit rapper explode onto the international music scene. Far from easy listening, lyrically the ‘Slim Shady LP’ is notorious […]