Newcastle’s Andrew Cushin | New single featuring & produced with Noel Gallagher

By Niamh Christian Instagram Facebook Twitter Apple Spotify https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBrT13V0754 Andrew Cushin - Where's My Family Gone (YOUTUBE) Newcastle's Andrew Cushin releases emotional new single, 'Where's My Family Gone'. A deep track exploring dark feelings, featuring and produced by the renowned Noel Gallagher. The twenty one year old has created quite a reputation for himself by selling... Continue Reading →

A Review: Cortney Dixon with her Latest EP.

By Josephine Canham Newcastle based artist, Cortney Dixon released ‘Our Intuition’, her second EP this year, on the 20th of November. This Ep is the second EP that the skilled vocalist and guitarist has graced us with his year. It is a combination of pre-release and completely unheard tunes, and it comes after a busy... Continue Reading →

The music industry, misogyny and the male gaze

By Darcy Nathan Growing up as a young, female music fan in the 00s and 10s was a mixed bag. Whilst we had the progressive changes towards the ‘body positivity’ movement we see today (think Destiny’s Child - Bootylicious, the rise of Kim K, and Sir Mix-a-lot), I also have lasting memories of watching the... Continue Reading →

Ryan Hamilton: ‘Newcastle Charm’

By Niamh Christian We all know Geordie girls have a special sort of charm, especially Texan rocker Ryan Hamilton who has released a single all about their 'Newcastle Charm'. The song is one of the few singles released before his new album 'Nowhere To Go But Everywhere', which came out September 18th. It's a brilliantly... Continue Reading →

Single Review: noyou – We’re So Sorry

By Emily Duff Sunderland locals, noyou, have released their latest track We’re So Sorry. With an indie synth sound, the band blend a trendy genre with interesting distortions and their member’s obvious musical abilities. Tackling traditional heavy rock tones with their synth sound creates an exciting and unusual aspect to listen to.  Having crashed the... Continue Reading →

Blamire – Interview and Article

By Fern Mcerlane In a city best known for indie and alternative music, Newcastle based synth-pop mavens Blamire dare to do something different. Currently releasing singles building up to a debut EP, their uniquely retro sound is nostalgic yet refreshing. Fern McErlane caught up with Alex Blamire for more insight into the band. Beginning as... Continue Reading →

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