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Review: THE WILDHEARTS @ Concorde 2, Brighton

20th August 2018

Review by Julia Savi – Photos Cristina Massei

The Wildhearts set a full house on fire tonight, as they make a stop in Brighton before bringing their tour to Europe and back to the UK until to October the 6th.  

This tour celebrates the Wildhearts’ three decades on the scene, and they are back in full power mode with the genuine line up fronted by Ginger (vocals), C.J. (guitar), Danny McCormack (bass) and Ritch Battersby (drums).  They deliver a powerful and tightly played  set of classics, opening with Sick of Drugs, TV Tan, My Baby Is A Headfuck, Suckerpunch, Caffeine Bomb, managing to rise over expectation right  from the start and offering the same livewire energy and spark of the old days, and with time they sound even better then ever.  It’s a mix of right choices and pure magic, enthusiastically received  by the audience; a supportive yet demanding crowd of veterans that clearly stood by since Ginger shaped the project in Newcastle upon Tyne back in 1989, ready on call at every come back after fall outs, at every resurrection after hardship.  

The Wildhearts are really a living tale of endurance and overcoming, but  equally importantly, of special lightness.  They master the art of passing on  the feel good  factor,  the ability to throw from the stage their very own brand of a hell of a rock party.  And be assured, they know how to party hard and engage their audience as a whole, making all and each one feel part of the one and  only Wildhearts family.  Plenty of sing along  and choral atmosphere, as expected by tradition, with  momentums at Geordie in Wonderland, Greetings from Shitville,  right to the end on a spinning I Wanna Go Where The People Go.   Full marks for  this perfectly classy iconic  show, leaving the reassuring feeling   that with this band  Nothing Ever Changes But The Shoes.

The Wildhearts will be on the road again celebrating the 25th Anniversary of their landmark album Earth vs The Wildhearts.

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Celebrating its 21st birthday, the DJ awards once again recognised the contribution made to the clubbing world by dj’s, producers, artists and event organisers, rewarding the winners with its familiar glowing kryptonite.


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Hosted by Graham Sahara and Katie Hayley Knight, the event took place in a different venue, glamorous HEART, a multifaceted place that not only fuse art and gastronomy but also embodies the spirit of Ibiza…it couldn’t have been more perfect.


The evening wouldn’t have been complete without the live guest that we have all come to expect. This year Barbara Tucker took time from her summer residency to enrapture us with her captivating voice and enticing live performance. 


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Remember: Tickets will sell fast, so book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Check out or telephone on 0207 193 1164.


Celebrating this special edition on Tuesday 11th September, the DJ Awards theme this year takes you back to the 70’s, paying homage to the sound that gave birth to the DJ and clubbing… Disco!



The “Oscars” of electronic music celebrate turning 21 with an exciting move to a venue that embodies the spirit of Ibiza, Heart Ibiza.

DJ Awards launch the 2018 Categories & Nominees with the most extensive changes to date. There are 13 DJ categories: 9 music categories including Bass, Deep House, Electronica / Downtempo, House,Tech House, Techno, Trance, 4 sub categories, 2 new music categories, Progressive House and Melodic House & Techno, 4 non music categories including Newcomer, Breakthrough and International DJ, supporting over 160 nominees!

The 2018 nominees have been compiled with our panel of industry professionals, and reflect some comprehensive changes from last year. Whilst continuing to support those who remain at the forefront, 4 of the popular music categories have a updated title plus 4 sub categories to the following categories: House, Techno, Tech House and Trance, to create a new layer of DJs who have burst onto the global dance scene in a spectacular fashion the opportunity to be recognised within these awards.

Voting is open until Midnight 24th July, show your support and VOTE NOW for your favourite DJ:

In addition to the music categories, there will be 12 Special Industry Awards, which are decided between our panel, including Producer, Track of the season, Record Label of the Year, Ibiza DJ, Ibiza Music Event, Ibiza Night and International Festival.


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