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There is a great deal of musical talent along the Yorkshire Coast, and whilst our main focus is live events, occasionally we will also bring you reviews of recorded material from local artists in Whitby, Scarborough, Filey and Bridlington. If you've got a new release you would like us to review, or would like to get involved and review some albums for us, simply get in touch via info@yorkshirecoastgigs.co.uk

Fresh from winning YCG's Best Original Group (as well as Local Live Act of the Year) 2014, Crumplehorns' new single release is titled 'So You're Mine'. As well as the usual download options, this single is available in a handsomely mounted transparent yellow 7" vinyl, with sleeve art memorably...

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The Danse Society have a lineage that reaches back into the shadows of the early Eighties, contemporaries of post-punk acts such as 'Siouxsie and the Banshees' and 'Sisters of Mercy'. Achieving a Top 40 album ('Heaven is Waiting'), released in 1983, the band split in 1986, but continued to build up...

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Traversing the wires of a cradle landscape

From the first flanging sequenced percolations of Crumplehorns new single 'On-Off', I knew I was in for a starkly stunning voyage into a hypnotic hemisphere of sound.

My intuition was immediately confirmed when the band departed, travelling on a Motorik...

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Having never seen Ten Foot Tom and the Leprosy Crooks live, I had no idea what to expect when their album, 'People Like Us', landed on my doormat. Little was I to know that I would end up feeling rather smug to have received a copy and rather gutted that I haven't caught the live version –...

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Alan Lewis released his EP, 'Wild', with a launch party at Flower of May Holiday Park on 11th October. 

The event was one of the biggest of its kind the Yorkshire Coast has seen with over 250 people in attendance, professional sound and light including a laser show and was hosted by Yorkshire...

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The Demimondaines – Redemption Hymns EP

If you're looking for a band that revel in unadulterated dance –inducing rock, then look no further than The Demimondaines. Tearing Scarborough's scene up since their appearance in 2012, the Demi's material has always been catchy, complex and crammed with...

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