We Are Scientists treat Hull to a terrific show at Social

Words: James Rokyckyj For my first time at Hull’s relatively new venue Social, I was surprised by the size of the venue. It is a great intermediary venue, coming in at 300 capacity, bridging the cap between bands playing the local bars and selling out the Bonus Arena. So it’s no surprise in recent weeksContinue reading “We Are Scientists treat Hull to a terrific show at Social”

The Darkness Live @ Bournemouth 02 Academy Review

Words: Laine Roberts Welcome to my first ever review on any kind of music and this was also the first gig I attended on my own so I guess we’re going to talk about my time seeing The Darkness Live at the O2 Academy in my new hometown of Bournemouth! Now I have to beContinue reading “The Darkness Live @ Bournemouth 02 Academy Review”

Richard Carlson Band Don’t Disappoint at Dive

Words: Dan Smith It’s been a long two years since I last saw the outfit Richard Carlson Band at Night & Day Cafe, Manchester, and despite several changes in the band, including a move to the steel city, they did not disappoint. In a night filled with great music and pornstar martinis on tap, RichardContinue reading “Richard Carlson Band Don’t Disappoint at Dive”

Peter Doherty Blows The Roof Off In Hull

It was this time last week I realised that the Libertines and Babyshambles star was coming to my home city and it was a gig I just couldn’t miss. An intimate, acoustic set by one of the best songwriters of the modern age, and for £25? You must be having a laugh. What a steal.Continue reading “Peter Doherty Blows The Roof Off In Hull”