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Live Review: The Libertines’ Sharabang

Sharabang, part of Joss Bay’s Wheels and Fins Festival, was always billed to be a special day. A famous first Kent festival for The Libertines who now call Margate their home. With album four on the way, it seemed a logical end to a wold spanning four year reunion tour. An announcement followed, suddenly the […]

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Live Review: Anteros

Date: 31/04/2018 Venue: Old Blue Last, London   2018 is the year of Anteros, there are no doubts about it. Their media exposure and fan base is growing on a weekly basis and for right reasons. Their Old Blue Last gig, as part of Dork Magazine’s Easter celebration was one to behold, a real ‘I […]

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Live Review: The Blinders

Date: 21/02/2018 Venue: The Lexington, London Across town the Brit Awards took centre stage, still an institution but in many ways now just a worrying insight into the very much closed circle of modern mainstream music. The Lexington boasted the opposite, The Blinders in the form of their lives and a true representation of the […]

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Live Review: Liam Gallagher

Date: 10/12/2017 Venue: Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham Liam Gallagher’s arena return has already been nothing short of spectacular. His Nottingham return was unlike no other, a true throwback to the early days of his fast evolving, long ranging career. 2017 has already seen the now solo-star return to a rightful number 1 spot in the chart […]

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Live Review: Northern Exposure Presents MAH

Date: 10/11/2017 Venue: The Leadmill, Sheffield Featuring: Cabbage, Trampolene, Sheafs, Sisteray Quite possibly one of the best line ups of the year, Northern Exposure’s charity gig for Musicians Against Homelessness was nothing short of special. With Sisteray, Sheafs, Trampolene and Cabbage making up the line up, it was clear that the evening would be memorable. […]

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Live Review: The Libertines (OnBlackheath)

Date: 10/09/2017 Venue: OnBlackheath Festival, Blackheath, London Following a festival of grotesque rain and freezing winds you’d be forgiven for feeling lacklustre as the evening approached however, The Libertines were the shining light at the end of the metaphorical tunnel. Their return to London has been long awaited and they displayed all the hallmarks of […]

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Live Review: The Cribs

Date: 14/08/2017 Venue: Rough Trade, Nottingham The Cribs are on course for their highest ever chart position and emotions in the camp couldn’t be happier. Their return to Nottingham was almost celebratory and a memorable night for the tiny gathered crowd. The venue was both small and intimate, in fact we cant remember ever seeing […]

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