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GALLERY / The Bottom Line // 11th July // Thousand Islands

UK based band ‘The Bottom Line’ have had a pretty good month in terms of shows. From a headline tour, to a set at 2000 Trees, the lads really have made the most of their talents. 48 more words

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Sam Fender - Mouth of The Tyne Review

Playing a gig in his hometown was always going to be a big deal. The show was sold out, in an iconic and beautiful venue and anticipation was high. 431 more words


Midsummer Night's Scream Review by Arthur Whelan

Midsummer Night’s Scream – Loudhailer Electric Company, Sleeperman and Jackson D at Kardomah94, Hull. 21 June 2019 review by Arthur Whelan

On a warm and very humid Friday night I passed through the doors into the darkness of this cosy little venue for the first time, and the atmosphere hit me. 614 more words


Review || "Let's Rock" by the Black Keys

As a working writer, not everything you write can be driven by passion and love for a subject. Sometimes, a genre that you were ready to devote your life to can become boring (not always forever, but sometimes). 181 more words

Music Journalism

Almost Unknown: A New Era of Writing

When I was in my mid-twenties, something slipped out of sequence and I became a teenager. Not in the sense that I experienced a hormonal tsunami reminiscent of my literal teenage years. 543 more words


Review || "Doom Days" by Bastille

I’ve been a fan of Bastille since ‘Pompeii’ first popped up on the radio and in the years since, they have become a staple of my musical repotoire. 111 more words

Music Journalism

Watching the World Burn With Greta Van Fleet

“I’m Gen X — I just sit on the sidelines and watch the world burn.” — Kenan Thompson (SNL skit)

With some bands, music reviewers’ consensus becomes so confused that it reads less as a critique, more as an ode to the asshole you hate yourself for loving.

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