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New Music – John Wiseman

Working on an album for the New Year, John is a singer/songwriter and composer from Cockermouth who has recorded multiple EPs such as ‘Filling the Void’ and ‘Not One Step Back.’ Starting when he was six, John has come a long way from learning to play nursery rhymes.   Once he won the 2013 ‘Fanfare’ competition […]

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New Music – Religion of Tomorrow

The alternative rock 4 piece from Whitehaven has released two new singles last year with ‘Winter’ (May) and ‘No Protocol’ (October). 2019 saw their return after a four-year hiatus when they played live shows in Leeds and Sheffield as well as unplugged sets at the Workington and Carlisle HMV Stores. “After the first album in […]

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Foals, Stereophonics, Supergrass & Primal Scream Headline Kendal Calling

After defining the summer festival experience across 14 sold-out years, Kendal Calling has become a must-visit summer weekender – stepping things up in 2020 to celebrate its 15th anniversary with a bumper lineup of huge names and beloved favourites all heading to Lowther Deer Park between 30th July – August 2nd. With this year’s theme […]

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Simone Armstrong – New Music

Simone Armstrong – New Music Simone Armstrong was brought up in Workington but has spent last year in Liverpool studying at university. She used to seek out backing tracks she could sing along to at home but decided to teach herself guitar to provide her own accompaniment, which is where she found a love of […]

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Bastille at The Sands Centre

Images by Harry Baker The Guide is always at the front of the stage when a band with worldwide renowned comes to Carlisle and our writer Jasper Baker offers his take on this humble group.   Nostalgic, melancholic, ecstatic and joyful, Doom Days is an experience that lets you feel a part of the band and […]

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Editors Pick… November – December 2019

Editors Pick… November – December 2019 The nights are long which makes it the perfect time of year to get out there and party. Adam Ant: Friend or Foe Tour   18 November The Sands Centre Pop icon, Adam Ant performs his landmark, solo album ‘Friend or Foe’ in its entirety along with his classic […]

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Childcare bring their ‘wellness’ live show to the Carlisle’s Old Fire Station on 28th Nov

CHILDCARE ANNOUNCE UK ‘THE SABI TOUR’ IN SUPPORT OF THEIR DEBUT ALBUM ‘WABI-SABI’ “I love this band” – Annie Mac  “Glorious pop” – The Line of Best Fit  “Really f**king good” – Indie Shuffle  CHILDCARE announce UK ‘The Sabi’ tour in support of their debut album ‘Wabi-Sabi’, released
via Get Well Soon (with eOne Music) and will […]

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Nautical noise makers head for ten at Carlisle’s Old Fire Station this Saturday

Festival favourites, Blackbeard’s Tea Party, infamous for their frenetic fiddle tunes and thumping backline, celebrate their tenth birthday as a band in 2019 with a lengthy autumn- winter ‘Ten Yaar Anniversary’ tour across England and Wales, and a special re-release of their best-known single, ‘Chicken On A Raft’: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRI2vUTNBwc  Following a packed summer schedule of […]

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New Music November / December 2019

In this issue we feature two ethereal songstresses and two rockin’ bands. So sit up, open those ears and engage in some romantic acoustic vibes, a hearty helping of indie pop, a staunch slice of stoner rock and a huge hot mug of all-female dream pop. Rachael Caine Rachael is a singer/songwriter from Workington who […]

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Gadgie Grime coming up strong

Gadgie Grime coming up strong The CA underground Rap and Grime scene has evolved over the last three years from next to nothing to a dedicated core group. Dale Edge is MC ‘Don Dazzle’ and he is proud of how the community has grown and worked together: “I’m from South London and when I moved […]

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