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Fizzy Blood – we talked to the band ahead of their two north east dates about their debut EP FEAST and more.

Pine Hill Haints – ahead of their barnstorming show at The Cluny, Lee Fisher talked to frontman Jamie Barrier about Alabama Ghost Music, punk rock and Taylor Swift

Yellow Creatures – ahead of the release of the band’s new single, we talked to frontman Marc Bird about the group’s change in direction.

Antlez – we talked to the Hartlepudlian math rockers about sea creatures and long gestation periods and gave you the exclusive first airing of their new single It Came From The Sea.

The Polyphonic Spree – Ryan Gray talked to Tim DeLaughter about the choral rock band’s incredible career.

Laura Lancaster – Gabrielle Barkess-Kerr talked to the artist about her methods and inspirations ahead of a new exhibition at the Workplace Gallery.

SHITWIFE – we talked to Wayne, formerly known as Ladyscraper, about the new project with Shield Your Eyes’ drummer Henri.

Cattle and Cane – Claire Dupree talked to the Middlesbrough group about the release of their highly anticipated debut album.

Mixtape – Tony Eastlake of Coquetfest took us through some of his favourite tracks.

Hanging in the Keep – we talked to hang drum player Simon Wood ahead of a very special gig at the Castle Keep in Newcastle.

Cultural Shift – Tom Hollingworth talked to Stockton Arc’s chief executive Annabel Turpin about the centre’s new funding helping more disabled people to access the arts.

Doorstep Interviews – over the past two weeks we’ve talked to Grey Tapes, Warrilow and Jenny Lascelles.

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