Film Review: The last King (Birkebeinerne; Norway)

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Live Review: Judas Priest, Wolverhampton 26.11.15

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Track: Pusha T – Untouchable

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By Henry Regan Formed in Byron Bay, Australia back in 2014, indie-pop 5 piece Parcels were now in the middle of their European tour for the release of their second album ‘Day/Night’ (2021). After making a name for themselves with a Daft Punk collaboration in 2017, and the release of their critically acclaimed self titled …

By Tiffany Detzel Fall is here, which means Halloween isn’t far behind. Enter the Trinity Of Terror Tour, featuring Motionless in White, Ice Nine Kills, and Black Veil Brides (with supporting band We Came as Romans)! I can’t think of a better show to celebrate this seasonal transition. On Sunday September 18, the final show …

By Rebecca Bush I hopped on a Big Green Coach to cover this year’s Reading Festival, it was a whole 21 years since I last attended so I knew it was going to be a whole new experience!  Reading has expanded over the years and is now attended by over 100,000 festival goers, everywhere you …

Words and photos by Maxine Adams 1 man band Adam Betts from Colossal squid kicked off the Covet gig on a Sunday evening in Birmingham. A fan yelled ‘the best drummer in the world’ as he walked onto the stage, and after seeing what followed it was easy to see why he was praised so …

By Adam Littlemore Another great night at The Independent starting off with the first act Violectric, who I remember seeing perform at this very venue a few years ago and they were awesome. Tonight they didn’t disappoint once again getting the crowd up on their feet singing and dancing. With the crowd still buzzing second …

By Adam and Hazel Littlemore The sun was shining on Central park in Newcastle for the Central Park Festival. Opening up the festival with her lush vocals, Lizzie Esau and her band where the perfect act to start the afternoon off. With amazing guitar riffs and a sweet tone to the bass and drums, she …

Words by Adrian Peel Hailed by opening act Union J as “the greatest voice of our generation”, Christina Aguilera stopped off at the O2 as part of a short UK tour – her first since the pandemic – which was due to culminate with a headline appearance at Brighton Pride on Saturday, August 6th. Images of the sultry singer looking every inch the superstar …

By Adam Littlemore Another night of amazing music and great vibes all around at the Independent Venue in Sunderland. Three acts were on tonight. Maxine opened the night with her amazing voice, getting the whole crowd singing and dancing along to her music. I remember when I saw her at this very venue for the …

By Adam Littlemore The Cluny was host to Kate Bond’s last gig before she moves to London to start her new career but tonight the amazing crowd in one of Newcastles finest music venues was ready to celebrate and enjoy Bonds music. The first band to kick the night off were Peevie Wonders who blew …

By Adam Littlemore My first time to Newcastle’s new venue The Lubber Fiend, and there is a promise of a great night with the crowd buzzing already. It’s always great to support local businesses like this in the music industry because venues like this are what bring music together. Opening band Trunk were the perfect …