Author: Ewan Gleadow
Second single Paroles Paroles marks another strong offering from Jarvis Cocker’s French-language project, with well-defined disparity between the dialogue-driven lyrics.
On this day in 2013, Gus Poyet was appointed manager of Sunderland A.F.C.
Amid the euphoria of Mike Ashley’s sale of Newcastle United, the undercurrent of human rights abuses and sportswashing takes centre stage.
An embrace of his roots and a sincere, mature tone makes Sam Fender’s sophomore album, Seventeen Going Under, an incredibly moving experience.
Sunderland students have been recognised for their efforts during the pandemic with a special gala night at Sunderland Empire.
Aside from some forgettable singles to promote the album, Manic Street Preachers’ latest effort, The Ultra Vivid Lament, is a strong offering from the Cool Cymru born band.
Tyne and Wear Metro have announced temporary track closures for the day following heavy rain and flooding throughout the North East.
Documenting the freewheeling life of Bob Dylan is no small feat, but Odds and Ends can only grip the expected sympathy for the trailblazing legend of music.