On a cold Sunday night in December it was a pleasant surprise to find the Liquid Rooms packed to the rafters with sweaty teenage kids, here to enjoy the insane world of Mindless Self Indulgence.
Arcane Roots have come on leaps and bounds this year since the release of their kick-in-the-face debut album Blood and Chemistry. But the band showed their true talents on Tuesday 26th November at the XOYO in London, with an incredible explosion of a live performance.
Mallory Knox have had a brilliant year, and with 2013 drawing to a close we caught them in Southampton just before they jetted off to Australia for Vans Warped Tour. Check out what we thought of their set here.
Since forming from the ashes of stoner metal legends Kyuss in 1996, Queens of the Stone Age have established themselves over the last decade as one of the most popular and well respected acts in contemporary Rock and Roll. This years acclaimed comeback album …Like Clockwork has seen what has effectively become ‘Josh Homme and friends’ skyrocket back into the forefront of contemporary rock music with these two sold out nights at Wembley Arena, the bands largest UK headline shows to date.
From the highs of ’06 to the rocky turbulence over the past few years, you can’t deny that Panic! at the Disco put on a damn good show. Here’s what Bring The Noise thought of when these Americans brought Vegas to London.
Day two of Warped tour, and we’re not enjoying our hangovers. Or the walk up up to Alexandra Palace. We need some good old fashioned pop punk to sort us out.
Vans Warped tour returns to Alexandra Palace once again, to bring hardcore and pop-punkers a like together under one roof. We headed down for the weekend to check out everything from the pro-skaters to the pro-moshers. Who did we think nailed their performances this year? Read on and find out.
This November has seen Arizonian alt-rockers The Maine bring their relentless touring schedule across the pond to team up with London lads We Are The Ocean for a string of co-headline shows, ahead of the Vans Warped Tour. We packed our bags and headed up north to Wolverhampton’s Slade Rooms to see just what happens when Americana soul meets Cockney cheek.
“Please don’t leave after we play this song” vocalist Ryan Key asked us just before playing classic hit Ocean Avenue. Don’t worry Ryan, we’re here for the long haul.
Heart Of A Coward slayed the Barfly in Camden. On a sold out Severance tour, hell was unleashed and we really hope you were there.