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TRNSMT PREVIEW

Its inevitable that many festival goers are suffering with a major hole in their heart after the announcement that ‘T in the Park’ would not be happening this year, however, the city of Glasgow have stepped up and saved us from spending our [...]
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YONAKA – ‘WOULDN’T WANNA BE YOU’ REVIEW

Representing the often-overlooked music scene of sunny Brighton, YONAKA (not a car-parking chain or an anime character) are a four-piece with a voracious sound. Comprising of Theresa Jarvis (Vocals), George Edwards (Guitar), Alex Crosby (Bass/Keys) and [...]
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BRAVADO CARTEL ALBUM REVIEW

‘Violence Has No Place At The Table Of Democracy’ Album After the intro of media hysteria comes the opening track, “Fear Is Not A Feeling” Laced with chunky grunge guitar riffs the song is a self-affirmation of strength amidst the madness [...]
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ECHOBELLY INTERVIEW

Echobelly debuted with their first album ‘Everyone’s Got One’ in 1993 with Bellyache. They were synonymous with Brit Pop at that time and over the years have been often hailed as lead players of that scene. After many years of change [...]
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A BRIEF ENCOUNTER IN THE ZONE WITH SHEAFS

What can we say about Sheffield five-piece, SHEAFS, other than these guys are without a doubt going to be one of the next big things to come out of Sheffield. As ever, here at Northern Exposure, we never rave about a band until we see them live, well now [...]
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LORD OF THE ZONE – MIKEY JONNS – THIS FEELING

Good Bands + Good People = Great Zone – Mikey Jonns (Photo credit: Liam Gallagher/Mikey/DMA’S Will Ireland Photography) This Feeling is pioneered by Mikey Jonns, the brainchild of ‘The best club in the UK for future Rock ‘n’ [...]
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LITTLE ILLUSION MACHINE – MOTH SINGLE REVIEW

As I like to judge a book by its cover, (and a single by its name), I was initially expecting another punky, grungy number which used its title as a hollow façade. I prepared my earplugs as I anticipated an excess of overly-distorted guitars and rampant [...]