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Reviews, Interviews & Gig Listings
for The Yorkshire Coast

 

Welcome to the dedicated website for music news along the Yorkshire Coast! We bring you gig listings, interviews, competitions and much more for Scarborough, Whitby, Filey, Bridlington and the surrounding area.

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News

Scarborough Seafest 2014 is drawing near, and as usual the weekend is packed full of bands and musicians doing what they do best. In previous years the music tent has gone down a treat, and a highlight for many of the festival goers. This year is no exception, in fact we're pretty...

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Reviews / Gigs

Sunglasses, fold-up camping chairs, picnics and precautionary wellies were de rigueur for the Deacon Blue gig held in Dalby Forest near Pickering on Saturday night.

A happy, chilled out crowd welcomed the first supporting act – Galia Arad, a lovely, chatty American singer/songwriter, and her...

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Reviews / Releases

Of metal’s many, many, many sub-genres, deathcore is one that I’ve never quite explored that fully. In the labyrinthine world of metal genre-labelling, it can get a little difficult to keep up.

Therefore, as a self-described ‘technical deathcore’ group, I wasn’t sure what to expect from The...

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Reviews / Gigs

In announcing that I’m reviewing The Dead White Doves supported by The Subterranean Gentlemen and Ash Gray & Couch Fire, I can’t help feeling that it sounds like I’m seeing the latest instalment in some sort of darkly-styled Marvel Comics film franchise.  Would those Doves come back to...

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Reviews

Since its renovation and reopening in 2010, Scarborough's Open Air Theatre has been treating the local area with the kind of acts that otherwise we would likely have to travel to a city to see. This year's summer season is no exception, and an announcement which no doubt stirred a lot of excitement...

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News

Three of Britain's finest chamber musicians will be performing popular works by Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert and Brahms at the Stephen Joseph Theatre on 10 July.

The acclaimed Cropper Welsh Roscoe Trio: violinist Peter Cropper, ex-leader and founder member of The Lindsays, Moray Welsh, former...

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