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FESTIVAL REVIEW: Gunnersville Festival 2019, Gunnersbury Park, London, 08/09/19

FESTIVAL REVIEW: Gunnersville Festival 2019, Gunnersbury Park, London, 08/09/19

Gunnersville Festival set in the surroundings of Gunnersbury Park made its debut earlier this month and in the process sent off festival season with soaring success. The Sunday of the Festival saw You Me At Six headline with the likes of Jimmy Eat World, As It Is, Deaf Havana and MILK TEETH take to the stage.

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FESTIVAL REVIEW: ArcTanGent – Saturday

FESTIVAL REVIEW: ArcTanGent – Saturday

ArcTanGent is back for its seventh year, providing a haven for for fans of math-rock, post-rock, post-hardcore and all the weird, noisy spaces in between. The final day sees Swedish powerhouses Cult of Luna and Meshuggah close out the festival.

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LIVE REVIEW: Laura Jane Grace and The Devouring Mothers, Frank Iero and The Future Violents, Scala, London, 29/08/2019

LIVE REVIEW: Laura Jane Grace and The Devouring Mothers, Frank Iero and The Future Violents, Scala, London, 29/08/2019

Here’s the thing about punk shows; they’re fast, they’re loud, they’re sweaty and if the phrase “this song’s about…” doesn’t come up at least once, then a bear doesn’t shit in the woods. We took a trip down to London’s Scala for an exceptional night of punk rock from co-headliners Laura Jayne Grace and the Devouring Mothers and Frank Iero and the Future Violents.

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FESTIVAL REVIEW: ArcTanGent – Friday

FESTIVAL REVIEW: ArcTanGent – Friday

ArcTanGent is back for its seventh year, providing a haven for for fans of math-rock, post-rock, post-hardcore and all the weird, noisy spaces in between. Day two features two unique sets: TTNG playing ‘Animals’ in full and Black Peaks with Jamie Lenman at the helm.

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FESTIVAL REVIEW: ArcTanGent 2019 – Thursday

FESTIVAL REVIEW: ArcTanGent 2019 – Thursday

ArcTanGent is back for its seventh year, providing a haven for for fans of math-rock, post-rock, post-hardcore and all the weird, noisy spaces in between. This year is arguably the biggest yet, with a brand new stage and headliners including Coheed & Cambria, Battles and Meshuggah.

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LIVE REVIEW: Animals As Leaders, Rolo Tomassi, Cryptodira, The Garage, Glasgow, 02/08/2019

LIVE REVIEW: Animals As Leaders, Rolo Tomassi, Cryptodira, The Garage, Glasgow, 02/08/2019

It’s been ten years since Washington D.C trio Animals As Leaders released their self-titled debut album and to celebrate it this they’ve headed out on a 10 year anniversary tour. With support coming from Cryptodira and Rolo Tomassi we knew we couldn’t miss out on this line-up and headed to The Garage show in Glasgow.

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LIVE REVIEW: A Day To Remember, House Of Vans, London, 21/08/2019

LIVE REVIEW: A Day To Remember, House Of Vans, London, 21/08/2019

Ahead of their appearance at Reading and Leeds Festival, A Day To Remember took to House Of Vans in London for a very special show. Having recently announced their signing to Fueled By Ramen and new single Degenerates there was an electric atmosphere in the venue.

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FESTIVAL REVIEW: 2000trees Festival 2019 – Saturday

FESTIVAL REVIEW: 2000trees Festival 2019 – Saturday

The final day of the festival sadly arrived, however it featured one of the most anticipated and best sets of the whole weekend and had a couple of surprises along the way. Here is how we spent our Saturday at 2000trees Festival!

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FESTIVAL REVIEW: 2000trees Festival 2019 – Friday

FESTIVAL REVIEW: 2000trees Festival 2019 – Friday

Although the greasiest Grilled Cheese in the world didn’t quite nurse the hangover away, we got to business as early as we could on Friday. Here’s how we spent our second day at 2000trees Festival!

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FESTIVAL REVIEW: 2000trees Festival 2019 – Thursday

FESTIVAL REVIEW: 2000trees Festival 2019 – Thursday

2000trees is one of our favourite festivals, ever. The 2019 edition had an absolutely stacked line-up and we at Bring The Noise UK spent all three days rushing around like crazy, trying to catch as much as possible. A arrival slightly later than planned, thanks to the ever wonderful traffic coming out of South Wales, meant that we were unable to catch the very start of the festival. However, we managed to cram a load of great bands in and still had an incredible day one!

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