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Live review: Squid, Falmouth, May 18th: who finer to bring us back to the live experience?

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LIVE: The Clashed at The Georgian Theatre, Stockton (Tribute band)

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Live: EWAH and the Vision of Paradise, Altar, Hobart 14 March 2019

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A night of metal was promised with three bands originally on the line up Scarred By Truth, Graviter and headliner Stone Cold Abyss. Unfortunately as seems to be the recent theme, Graviter had to pull out due to Covid related issues. Tonight would also be Yorkshire’s Scarred By Truth 3rd gig, not that you could …

Welcome to the end of the fear show! After everyone was grounded in 2021 Bognor braced itself for the return of the Rockaway Beach Festival. In the middle of a continuing pandemic? Really? As an idea it seemed crazier than the competitors in the notorious Bognor Birdman contest – a true leap of faith! During …

After releasing their excellent album ‘Crawler’ last year, Idles have hit the road on a huge world tour in support. They are currently on the UK leg where our Nicole Osrin went along to the bands Brixton gig at the O2 Academy to capture all the chaos and joy. Purchase the bands album here Find …

Strange Bones and Calva Louise’s co-headline tour rolled into Sheffield treating The Leadmill to a kaleidoscopic feast of visual effects as high octane punk rock met electronic cyber punk insanity.  Local rockers Nova, warmed up the Leadmill’s early bird attendees with an intense set of heavy progressive rock. Guitarist Tom Whitehead’s playing had an intensity …

‘BIRTHDAY PARTY’ The last time I saw Amyl and the Sniffers was at the Factory Theatre in March 2020. Australia had just gone into lockdown, although the PM was encouraging punters to go to the footy.  Fast forward two years, the world is still dealing with Covid and Australia has become a circus of the …

The third night of December sounds in St Canice’s Cathedral, presented by Rollercoaster Records (Kilkenny’s primary record shop and meeting place for Kilkenny’s music heads), was in aid of both Amber Women’s Refuge & The O’ Neill Centre. The line was initially announced as Elise/Lemon Cello/Malojian/Seamus Fogarty & special guest , the news of which …

A black drape spans the stage. Brixton awaits rap royalty. This third and final night of the Little Simz South London take-over is another sold-out affair for the bold (some with face-masks) and the beautiful wanting a glimpse of the “real life queen in the flesh” or as she simply prefers to be called – …

This was my first experience shooting for Backseat Mafia and I was pretty excited to shoot for them. It was also my first time getting my photo pass for a Nashville. Sometimes, shit happens. This short review is nothing but positive things to say about the show I shot and I appreciate you guys reading …

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Return to White Chairs Volume 3 rocked the Triffid in Brisbane on Sunday night. It was a trip down Brisbane punk memory lane, with 10 bands on the line-up set to a back drop of images and old gig posters from way back when. The event was a fundraiser for the Growing Nepal Foundation. White Chairs was …

A trip to the now iconic Leadmill in Sheffield for what promised to be a great night. First up was Luxury Goods a band unknown to me before tonight, performing their first gig since before lockdown. This Sheffield based band hit the stage and from the off some catchy tunes followed. Charismatic singer Leonie charmed the audience …