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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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On Saturday, February 11th – Grammy Award winner Laufey took to the stage of Dublin’s Academy, for the first date of her European Bewitched Tour with support from Adam Melchor

The Darkness

The Darkness’ gig is a flamboyant reminder that the only thing tighter than their pants is their music, especially when revisiting ‘Permission to Land.’

By Renée Bennett  Following their third studio album, London band Saint Agnes ‘Bloodsuckers’ tour commenced this month after its initial postponement while the group supported reggae metal band Skindred on tour. It was worth the wait while a pulsating vacuum was made in the intimate Geordie venue ‘Think Tank?’. The night kicked off with support …

The rage remains real. It’s shameful that a band like Lambrini Girls could have featured in the cultural zeitgeist any time from 1965 to now. How is it that a couple of women still need to kick back against prejudice and the patriarchy? Why has so little changed in society? Over at Tate Britain, there’s …

Saturday night at the Metro Theatre in Eora/Sydney marked a triumphant return to the stage for Joseph Poole, better known as Wednesday 13. The iconic frontman and songwriter of Murderdolls, after a hiatus of well over a decade, brought back the twisted anthems from their dual album discography. The atmosphere was charged with anticipation as …

By Francis Fitzgerald The Stockton Calling festival in 2022 featured a new band by the name of English Teacher. Fast forward a couple of years to January 2024 and the band has had a single (Nearly Daffodils) listed in the top 10 of Time magazine, featured on BBC Later with Jools Holland and much more …

Tonight was all about talent and what a night it was at Sedgefield Blues Club. The club has been going for a long time now and has generated a reputation for putting on exceptionally high-quality gigs to the point where people now will show up even without knowing the band. Such is the club’s guarantee …

Gregory Alan Isakov

Gregory Alan Isakov enchanted the audience at Sydney’s Metro Theatre with his soulful melodies and lyrical storytelling, creating an intimate and memorable night of folk music.