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Live: Twisterella Festival 2019

H2N Live: HHHHH Unreal HHHH Excellent HHH Great HH Met Expectations H Poor Middlesbrough turns into an Indie haven for one day a year and that day is Twisterella.  Now in it’s 6th year the festival has gone from strength to strength and 11th October felt like Christmas Eve, as was my excitement ahead of the full day festival.  We began with melodic Teessiders Mt. […]

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Live: Barns Courtney w/Will & The People – Wardrobe, Leeds

Accompanying the release of sophomore record 404, Barns Courtney is currently touring across the UK and Europe taking his new tracks on the road for the first time since supporting The Hunna in April. Opening the show in Leeds, was Will and the People. Having never heard of the band, we went down the stairs […]

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Review: What’s In A Name? – Grand Opera House, York ★★★★☆

Adam Graver Almost 10 years ago, Le Prenom, premiered in Paris to rave reviews. After being translated into 22 languages across Europe and further-afar, the show has become What’s In A Name?, adapted and directed for the current UK run by Jeremy Sams. Starring Joe Thomas (Vincent), the show centres around husband and wife Elizabeth […]

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Sauce release new track Sister Brother

SAUCE RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘SISTER BROTHER’, PLUS LYRIC VIDEO, OUT NOW  THE MANCHESTER FOUR PIECE WILL PLAY THEIR LARGEST HEADLINE SHOW TO DATE AT YES BASEMENT ON SATURDAY 7TH DECEMBER LISTEN TO ‘SISTER BROTHER’ HERE WATCH THE LYRIC VIDEO HERE “It does seem that Sauce have discovered, and are relishing, their identity with a heavier […]

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Craig Finn releases new single “It’s Never Been A Fair Fight” | Announces instore performance at Rough Trade East on October 18th

CRAIG FINN HERALDS AUTUMN TOUR WITH NEW SINGLE: “IT’S NEVER BEEN A FAIR FIGHT” LIVE PERFORMANCE VIDEO FILMED EARLIER THIS YEAR AT BROOKLYN, NY’S MURMRR THEATRE U.K./EUROPE HEADLINE DATES BEGIN OCTOBER 10TH NEW ALBUM I NEED A NEW WAR AVAILABLE NOW Craig Finn will celebrate his upcoming European and U.S. tour with the release of “It’s Never […]

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Review: The Classic Way of Things – Sounds Like a Storm

The year is 2019. Social media is the most beautiful thing in the world, we can communicate freely, link up with friends we never thought we’d se again and share instant news and funny videos with loved ones. It’s also the most powerful tool for manipulators, governments and egotists making it a toxic environment in […]

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Single Review: That’s My Ego – Faux Pas

Faux Pas face up to self-medicated sedation with ‘That’s My Ego’ The York music scene is one that most would describe as “underground” only due to the fact, nobody outside of York really knows it exists. With few quality venues it’s difficult to make a name for yourself outside of the city walls but one […]

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Live Review: A View From The Bridge – York Theatre Royal ★★★★★

Linguistically and theatrically, few things irritate me more than the overuse of the term “modern classic”. For me, to be deemed a “modern classic” not only does the piece of work need to be a quality piece of literature/art but it needs to have stood the test of time, transcending generations, to be relevant in […]