Live Review: The Quireboys at Wolverhampton’s Slade Rooms

Live Review: The Quireboys at Wolverhampton’s Slade Rooms

THE QUIREBOYS/ LAST GREAT DREAMERS SLADE ROOMS WOLVERHAMPTON Last Great Dreamers draw a healthy sized early crowd and with good reason – By Guy Shankland. The band punch out a dandy set of catchy top hat Rock ‘N’ Roll. ‘You Don’t...
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Live Review: Stiff Little Fingers at Custom House Square

Live Review: Stiff Little Fingers at Custom House Square

STIFF LITTLE FINGERS celebrated their 40th anniversary with a sold out outdoor homecoming show that almost never happened. Jake Burns posted the following day that the sound monitor “had taken a shit”, or died moments before the band were about...
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Live Review: Burned-Out Festival

Live Review: Burned-Out Festival

‘Burnout is what happens when we ignore the soul whispering against such devastating atrocities and do nothing about it. If we don’t stand up for children, then we don’t stand for much.’ All in the name of charity, Teddy20 has...
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Live Review: Wickham Festival 2017

Live Review: Wickham Festival 2017

This year’s Wickham Festival has been declared the biggest and best yet after breaking box office records. More than 20,000 music fans poured into the tiny Hampshire village to see the likes KT Tunstall, 10CC, Show of Hands and the...
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Live Review: Energy at Bournemouth’s Anvil

Live Review: Energy at Bournemouth’s Anvil

  Energy – They say sound is a movement of energy and boy did the audience move tonight at the Anvil Bournemouth – By Zo Marchment. The atmosphere of pop punk vibrations that bounced around the small but personal venue...
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Live Review: Fat Lip Fest

Live Review: Fat Lip Fest

Fat Lip Fest recently took place at Bristol’s Bierkeller and The Lanes over three stages of some of the best up and coming and well-established bands in the country. With the Bierkeller having a more pop-punk theme to it, The...
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Live Review: Sacred Reich at Camden Underworld

A rammed Underworld welcomes Arizona Thrash Metal pioneers SACRED REICH to it’s sweat drenched Rock ‘N’ Roll interior – By Guy Shankland. The four piece launch into a set of crowd pleasing floor fillers which fire us back to a...
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Live Review: Neville Staple – The Readipop Festival

Live Review: Neville Staple – The Readipop Festival

Former Specials and Fun Boy Three co-front man/toaster Neville Staple along with his water tight band dodge the early evening showers to deliver a hit packed, seventy minute smile filled set – By Guy Shankland. Neville looks and sounds in...
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Live Review: Blissfields 2017

Live Review: Blissfields 2017

Blissfields took place last week weekend and once again it proved to be a great success with The Bizarre theme certainly living up to its name at Hampshire’s Vicarage Farm. Thousands of music lovers gathered for one weekend (6 –...
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Live Review: 2000 Trees 2017

Live Review: 2000 Trees 2017

2000 Trees Festival proved once again why it’s one of the best and chilled festivals in the UK. Not only was the music amazing throughout the weekend but it provided a lot of peace and harmony with everyone just wanting...
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