ALBUM REVIEW // ‘0202’ – The Rubens

The Rubens feel like they’re finally settled into their groove on this album. While not every track is a get out of your seat and dance song, they are all very well thought out and deserve individual attention. All in all, 0202 is The Rubens’ most adventurous and most complete album yet, with a track list that will be sure to become a fan favourite into the future.

LIVE SHOW GALLERY + REVIEW // Camino Gold and Cooks and Bakers (The Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle)

While things still aren’t quite right, watching the Camino Gold boys play while the crowd danced in their seats and one punter threw ice from his glass towards the stage, it felt as close as we can get to normal.

LIVE SHOW GALLERY + REVIEW // Jones The Cat and The Pits (The Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle)

WORDS BY TARA CAMPBELLIMAGES BY GEORGIA GRIFFITHS It seemed like, for quite some time, that we weren’t going to be getting to see live music in 2020. However, with altered venues and a LOT of QR codes, classic venues (like The Cambridge Hotel) are beginning to let punters back in for socially distanced, seated gigs.Continue reading “LIVE SHOW GALLERY + REVIEW // Jones The Cat and The Pits (The Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle)”

INTERVIEW // Sidney Rose: On ‘Guarantee’, Inspirations and being an up-and-coming artist

“To be putting your music out there that has your heart and so many hours of work to someone else and go “hey, do you like this?”, that’s such a raw and exposing thing to do.”