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Author: Sarah McCrossan

I'm a 30 something woman living in Belfast and I love music and live gigs. I have an eclectic taste from Joni Mitchell to Katy Perry, Prince to the Dead Kennedys, the Twilight Sad to The Chemical Brothers and everything in between. The music coming out of Scotland at the minute is really floating my proverbial boat as is our home grown music scene.

 Women’s Work Festival is now in its fourth year of running and

It’s always a gamble when you see a band you loved in your

An early gig is somewhat of a rarity but with Out to

Florence Welch has one of those voices that you can identify immediately

Kate Bush first burst onto the music scene in 1978, 40 years

Fatherson are kicking off their tour here in Belfast and it is

When Ugly Kid Joe first released Americas Least Wanted album in September 1992,

Frightened Rabbit singer Scott Hutchison went missing on Tuesday 9th May following

When Open House Festival announced that Public Image Ltd were coming to

Open House Festival are legendary on the NI music scene for bringing

When people hear I’m With Her they usually think of Hilary Clintons

Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival are reknowned for their impeccable taste and I

'How have you never seen Frank Turner live?’ one friend asks incredulously,

The Beast from the East brought snow to our shores last month

The Strand Cinema is a beautiful old art deco affair nestled in

Tonight's gig is something of a homecoming for Hannah Peel who originally

When you think of Bananarama you may think of bubblegum pop, acrimonious

It's been four years since Kate Nash graced Belfast, her last gig

The Divine Comedy first came to my attention in 1996 with their

In my humble opinion, Therapy? are one of Northern Ireland's success stories.

It's a freezing cold Saturday night in February when the Limelight 1