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Moodboard: Maxïmo Park

Tyneside indie rock stalwarts Maxïmo Park return early next year with their much-anticipated fifth album, Too Much Information. A self-produced affair – with added input from the ever-impressive Dave Okumu, and Field Music‘s core brotherly duo of David and Peter Brewis – it’s a darkly insurgent effort;



Ringmaster Festival announces Friday lineup

The festival season isn’t over just yet, with Worcestershire’s Ringmaster Festival releasing their Friday lineup, which includes headliner Dry the River.

Moving location this year in order to increase its size, Ringmaster Festival has already announced their impressive Saturday schedule, with Maximo Park, Hadouken! and Mystery Jets are already …



News: Ringmaster Festival announce additions to line-up

Newcomer to the festival circuit, Ringmaster, has added to the unbearable anticipation leading-up to the festival’s debut by announcing some new names on their line-up. If you weren’t excited enough about having the opportunity to see Maximo Park and Mystery Jets both in one place at the same time, …


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News: Ringmaster Festival

Despite the event only being in its first year, a huge lineup is set to play Ringmaster Festival 2013. Taking place on the Whitbourne Estate, located on the stunning Hereford & Worchester countryside borders, the one-day bonanza will see 6 big-top tents with the look and feel of a c.1930s …



Introducing: The Neighbourhood

Imagine a group of young men, sending messages filled with heavy meaning to its listeners through a hip rock/pop song, and you’ll end up with The Neighbourhood and the new, recently released version of their track Female Robbery. From the LA-based group’s debut EP I’m Sorry, Female Robbery is …



Beyond Northern Rock #2: And Rainfall

The Northern British Summertime has begun in earnest, initiated by black skies split by lightning, lashing rain and a thunderstorm of biblical proportions. Our gardens were flooded, the roads were gridlocked, and the horizon remains oppressively ominous. Though the Wimbledon tennis rages against the dying golden light and the white …


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Beyond Northern Rock: The North-East Music Scene

The pull of your hometown is magnetic and inescapable.  Your memories and beliefs and thoughts are inexorably related to where you came from, and you can’t help but feel a certain partisan pride for the place and its people. As a northern boy, my pride extends to a true passion …