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Golden Age of Indie

The golden age of indie round 5 of Going to gigsRead More

Musical movements

Review of the show at the Y Theatre Leicester on 17th SeptemberRead More


Maybeshewill band from LeicesterRead More


Friday 19th December 2014

Midnight Wire launch their Album

Crossing the Rubicon

at The Y Theatre, Leicester.

It was one of those nights you wait for it to happen for a long time – much-anticipated by many people and a night that will be remembered for a long time to come.

Midnight Wire's album launch

Midnight Wire’s album launch

Leicester band Midnight Wire launched their new album tonight – Crossing The Rubicon – long-awaited but previewed by us. Supporting Midnight wire tonight were two Leicester bands that have made their mark on the scene this year:  Casino Empire and Stop That Train.

The show was a sell-out success. The bar was packed with celebrities and the theatre was full – it’s one of the best auditoriums in Leicester – not too big and not to small but just right for a big night of live music.

The show was ...

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That Was 2014

The year has been good for music. 2014 was a bumper year for bands, singers, rappers and music artists of all kinds. In this article our Editor – Trevor Locke – reviews the gigs, shows and festivals that stood our for him in 2014 including those covered by other writers working for this magazine.

This review highlights the bands, singers and artists who made the year what is was, in our view.

No pictures in this article but watch out for out photo galleries of 2014.


27th The Shed with Goldstein and Casino Empire.

20th Resin did their annual gig at The Firebug, possibly their last as various members go their separate ways. On stage with them tonight were Martyr de Mona from Stourbidge, Leicester band Temple of Lies and from London Sl...

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