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The Harriets well on their way to big things with latest release “Harriet Who?”

Leeds-based power pop band The Harriets are back with their third release, Harriet Who?, along with a headline gig at Belgrave Music Hall on the 3rd March 2018 and a further series of live dates around the North of England. The band are back following a successful 2017 which included sets at Bingley Festival and being chosen […]

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Runaway Hounds – Sophie

Runaway Hounds are an unsigned, emerging Indie-Rock act from Wolverhampton who’s new track ‘Sophie’ is a slick, finely tuned anthem of the genre, and a must listen for fans of the likes of Catfish And The Bottlemen, Peace, and Swim Deep. The band consists of Owen Stav (Guitar and Lead Vocals), Kent Stav (Guitar), Dan […]

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Tramlines 10th Anniversary Lineup Strongest to Date – Noel Gallagher / Stereophonics / Craig David

Tramlines Festival Makes First Lineup Announcement For 10th Edition Located at Sheffield’s Hillsborough Park for its celebratory 10th year, the first Tramlines lineup announcement unveils headliners Stereophonics, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and Craig David’s TS5 The highly anticipated 10th edition of Tramlines Festival boasts its biggest, broadest and best line-up of musical talent yet for the new location on Hillsborough Park […]

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Leeds band Backspace offer much more than a Final Shout

The late Radio 1 legend John Peel was influential in British music for decades and even today some 13 years after his death, I usually listen to a new track with the vague thought of “what would John do?” swilling around in the back of my mind. A band I know Peel would have fully […]

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Live: The Americans – Brudenell, Leeds

This Saturday 3rd February saw three US based rock n’ roll artists descend on the Brudenell Social Club in Leeds. We were lucky enough to be attending one of these shows, catching The Americans on their final UK show on their run in the Games Room at our favourite venue in England. All the way from Los Angeles, […]

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Living a Little with The Very Lazy Sundays

Although we like to devour our very full share of dark and heavy at H2N, music doesn’t always have to be hard and we can pamper our softer side with the best of them. So when Reading and Tring based band The Very Lazy Sundays dropped us their latest EP Live a Little to listen […]

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Glass Mountain – Wow and Flutter

Since the release of debut EP “Glacial” in 2017, Glass Mountain this week released their highly anticipated follow up Wow and Flutter. The band have built quite some reputation for their cinematic and passionate music that attracts a range of demographics and fans to their sound. Drawing influence from several genres including dream-pop right the […]