Music, Reviews

Album Review: The Cribs – 24/7 Rockstar Shit

Name: ’24/7 Rockstar Shit’ Artist: The Cribs Rating: ★★★★★ The Cribs are timeless, we can’t think of another modern band as consistent as they are. Whilst remaining true to themselves and their fan base, it is clear that this is a band devoid of corporate spiel, mass management and major labels. To put it simply, The […]

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Music, Reviews

We Are Manchester: Noel Gallagher To Reopen Manchester Arena

A cacophony of Manchester music legends have been announced to reopen the city’s Arena this September following the horrific attacks which shocked the country earlier this year. Headlined by Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, the 9th September concert will mark the reopening of the well loved, famous venue. It has been closed since a bomb […]

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Live Reviews, Music

Selfridges Support Local Industry With ‘Music Matters’ 

It is not often that a high-market, world renowned department store steps in to solve issues relating to music venue closure. However, Selfridges’ ‘Music Matters’ campaign does exactly that. Summer 2017 sees each of their stores in London, Manchester and Birmingham open creative spaces to support the local music community. Working alongside existing venues, Selfridges […]

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Live Reviews, Music

This Feeling Announce More London Dates

This Feeling are the pinnacle of all music promotions, the effort they go to for the smaller band is second to none. Having supported many once upcoming bands in the past including Cabbage and Blossoms, September sees numerous new outfits head to the capital to the famous zone.  Here are the details in full: September […]

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Live, Music

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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Festivals, Live Reviews, Music

Tramlines: 5 Of The Best

We were huge fans of this year’s Tramlines Festival. In a year of disorganised festival’s taking centre stage, the Sheffield celebration of music was in many ways a savior. Not only did is prove that Sheffield is a true epicentre of musical culture but it also highlighted the importance of the inner-city festival, a concept […]

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Features, Music

The Most Memorable Gigs of 2017 So Far

2017 has already seen some spectacular gigs from across the country. Here are just some of our writers’ favourite gig experiences from this year so far!   Jack Rocks 7 Showcase – Sebright Arms, London The BIGGEST gig of the year so far, seven of the best upcoming bands from around the country. Opening with […]

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Music, Reviews

Review: Rat Boy – SCUM

Name: ‘SCUM’ Artist: Rat Boy Rating: ★★★★ After numerous years of exposure, whether it be online or more classic forms of modern media, Rat Boy has certainly developed quite a reputation. Sometimes infamous, it was at times peculiar to see his image slated as a wannabe version of Jamie T. Debut album ‘SCUM’ diffuses this, proving […]

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Music, Reviews

Liam Gallagher releases anthemic “For What It’s Worth”

Over two decades since headlining Knebworth as part of Oasis, Liam Gallagher is still arguably the most relevant rockstar on the planet. His latest single “For What It’s Worth” is quite possibly his strongest release in many years. 2017 has marked the return of Liam Gallagher. For a man who once said he would never […]

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Music, Reviews

Motherhood release new single “Save Me”

Motherhood are a dream to follow, their sound is obvious and entirely listenable. Latest single “Save Me” is arguably their best produced track to date. It is all too easy to compare Motherhood to acts such as the 1975, they themselves instead have far more profound talents which are obvious through their relatively small back […]

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