NARC. #77 Out Now
This month’s cover stars are the much-missed but now happily reunited Sunderland rockers This Aint Vegas, read about the influential band’s career to date and their forthcoming live appearance at Split Festival.
(Photo by Michael Gardiner)
We also feature interviews with a reinvigorated Gallows, Frightened Rabbit give us the lowdown on their new EP and Withered Hand tells us why he loves the North East. Warm Digits and Field Music discuss their Late Junction session release via Distraction Records; Let’s Away talk about their new EP, The Horse Loom discusses his album and Tusk release a new single.
We find out more about Sunderland’s premier stand-up comedy night Stand Up And Mackem Laugh; delve into the murky world of urban art with Tower Art Gallery and find out more about new gallery/bar/studio space B & D Studios; encourage you to head north to the Berwick Film Festival and look into the Girl Gang Season of films at the Star & Shadow; Stockton’s ARC programme a new season of National Theatre Screenings and The Lady Boys Of Bangkok are back to entertain us this autumn; while imaginative milliner The Libertarian stuns us with their designs.
Newcastle’s foremost commercial gallery This Biscuit Factory celebrate their 10th anniversary, and we find out why it deserves to be on your radar; and we go behind the scenes at Split Festival to see how it’s all put together for your delectation.
Add to all this a host of news and previews featuring Piney Gir, Euros Child, Divorce, Ghostpoet, Jam Up Twist, Africa Express, Stuart Moxham, Meg Baird and Mr Drayton, plus the usual reviews and opinions.
- PREVIEW: The Lady Boys Of Bangkok