Hampshire three-piece Kilkovec release their Plunge EP this week, 8-tracks of highly energetic, cathartic and raw alt-punk rock. For fans of Brand New, letlive. and Marmozets, the band delve into the new record for Bring The Noise with their track-by-track.
These days it’s difficult to come up with a unique band name, but we’re not ashamed to admit that we had absolutely no idea where Awooga got theirs from, or what it even means. Fortunately for us the space rockers came to the rescue, providing us with ten reasons as to why they chose their band name – there’s a lot more to it than we anticipated!
Oxjam Music Festival kicked off last night in Dalston with performances from Boxed In, Stealing Sheep and superstar DJ Fatboy Slim.
It only feels like yesterday that we were stood in the grounds of Richfield Avenue gawping in awe at Kendrick Lamar and pulling out our best air guitar moves to Metallica. Now we return and we’re very much spoilt for choice as tonnes of high-calibre, genre-spanning acts are set to appear in the festival fields this Bank Holiday weekend. Although our list continues to grow the more times that we look at the line-up, here are our top picks for Reading & Leeds Festival 2016.
So Rock Werchter looks killer, and while we’re crying into our bank balance wishing we could afford to head there this weekend there are some lucky souls who get to enjoy four whole days of incredible music. Whether you’re off there or like us you would cut off a limb to attend, check out our top picks!
We’re not ashamed to admit that we’re really feeling the festival blues this week after an incredible three days at Download Festival. We may have had no luck with the weather but we were lucky enough to check out some killer bands – here are some snaps from day one!
After a three-year hiatus and a seven year gap between albums, The Fall of Troy have returned with their new album, OK, released for free – and independently – on the band’s website. We spoke to lead vocalist and guitarist Thomas Erak and drummer Andrew Forsman about the release of OK and the events surrounding its recording.
Sure, the weather may not look entirely in our favour this weekend but we can pray for a miracle – either way it’s going to be a bucketload of fun as Download Festival makes its return. With so many incredible acts set to grace four stages in the grounds of Donington, here are our top picks for the weekend. We’ll see you in the pit!
Camden Rocks is a great festival for showcasing smaller, up and coming bands, so we thought we’d give you a heads up on the ones you’d be foolish to miss. Some of these acts are already starting to break into the big time, so catch them at the intimate venues before it’s too late!
We’re not entirely sure where the past year has gone, but somehow Slam Dunk Festival has crept right up on us this year! Celebrating their tenth anniversary means one hell of a party and this year they’ve pulled out the mother of all line-ups. To try and help you choose between your band clashes, we’ve picked ten acts you 100% have to see over the weekend.