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Live Review: Jah Wobble & The Invaders Of The Heart – Blues Kitchen, 23/11/2023

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Live Review: Faye Webster/Upchuck – Franklin Music Hall, Philadelphia, PA 21.10.2023

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Live Gallery: Warpaint at the Oxford Art Factory 23.10.2023

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There is not much going on in Stockton these days, but the one thing that they have always been good at, is spotting up and coming musical talent. A highlight of all this talent spotting culminate into what is very much a stable of the North East music scene, Stockton Calling. This years line up …

Energetic pop-trio, We Three, graced The Foundry Philadelphia stage last night. Lead singer, Manny Humlie called the evening “A celebration of insecurities” as the band opened up their hearts, singing songs about queerness, growing up, and their mom who sadly passed. Support came from Texas-based hiphop artist, SKYDXDDY. We Three’s “Love Me” tour is making …

By Francis Fitzgerald Well, well, Weller. The Modfather arrived on the stage at Stockton Globe to be greeted by a rapturous sell-out crowd. For the next two hours, Teesside was treated to a jaunt through a back catalogue that stretches back through five decades.  To kick off proceedings it was straight into sturdy renditions of …

I’ll be honest, it’s been a long time since I’d thought about Starsailor. They’d briefly punctuated the beginning of my working life in the early 2000s, but then had faded into the background. Not so for the completely packed out Brudenell crowd, bursting at the seams with 400 devoted fans. The band had continued to …

Saturday night, amidst the bustling streets of Enmore, Gadigal/Sydney, something magical unfolded within the walls of the iconic Enmore Theatre. It was a night where time seemed to stand still, and the world outside faded as Holy Holy took the stage, captivating the hearts of new and longtime fans. Fresh off the triumph of their …

Rosali’s close ties with Philadelphia were evident in the packed Johnny Brenda’s venue. A crowd of close friends, family and complete strangers combined for a magical yet comfortable atmosphere, complemented by the soothing voice of Rosali. Support came from the four-piece North Carolina natives, Verity Den. Rosali’s new record, Bite Down, is available now. 

The Foundry in Sheffield bore witness to an electrifying night of raw energy and musical prowess as Kid Kapichi, supported by Dead Pony and Dumb Bouys Fishing Club, took the stage by storm. Kid Kapichi, the headliner of the night, unleashed a 17-song set that ignited the crowd from the very first chord. Opening with …

I felt refreshed on Saturday, and vowed to make this a big day…..and so it turned out that I would catch 11 acts throughout the day. This began with Australian cult TV (and now, live) music-trivia quiz show, Rockwiz. Hosts, Brian Nankervis and Julia Zemiro selected 4 panellists from the audience, who were later joined …

Vivas rocked the Leadmill in Sheffield on Saturday night, wrapping up a successful seven-date spring tour with a sold-out performance and capping off a series of standout shows. Kicking off their set with “Don’t Wanna Be in Love,” and treating the crowd to a strong fifteen-song show. Noteworthy was their cover of Harry Styles’ “As …