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FESTIVAL REVIEW: 2000trees Festival 2018

FESTIVAL REVIEW: 2000trees Festival 2018

Set in the Cotswolds, 2000trees Festival is a picturesque playground for those with a roundabout taste in music; and there really is something for everyone with five stages to choose from. This chilled out festival really turned up the heat and upped its game this year, and we were ready to soak up all the rays and music we could get our sweaty palms on.

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PHOTO GALLERY: Touche Amore, Gender Roles, Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth, 10/07/2018

PHOTO GALLERY: Touche Amore, Gender Roles, Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth, 10/07/2018

Touche Amore have recently made a very welcome return to the UK for a run of headline shows and an appearance at 2000trees Festival. Check out our photo gallery from the band’s show at Wedgewood Rooms earlier this month.

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LIVE REVIEW: The Contortionist, Palm Reader, The Cathouse, Glasgow , 07/07/2018

LIVE REVIEW: The Contortionist, Palm Reader, The Cathouse, Glasgow , 07/07/2018

It isn’t easy to translate music as lush and as intricate as that of The Contortionist live. It’s even more difficult to make it feel as immersive and effortless as they do. Joined by Palm Reader, we took a trip down to their show in Glasgow earlier this month – check out our review and photo gallery!

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FESTIVAL REVIEW: Download Festival 2018

FESTIVAL REVIEW: Download Festival 2018

When it comes to all things alternative in the UK, there’s really nothing bigger or better than Download Festival. It’s got it all – the Gods of Rock, up-and-coming bands, and everything from the WWE NXT to sideshows in between. If you fancy yourself as a bit of a heavy music fan, this is the pilgrimage that you absolutely have to make at some point in your lifetime. We were at this year’s event and it did not disappoint.

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FESTIVAL REVIEW: Slam Dunk Festival North, Leeds Millennium Square, 28/05/2018

FESTIVAL REVIEW: Slam Dunk Festival North, Leeds Millennium Square, 28/05/2018

Most consider the festival season a bit of a none starter if they didn’t get the chance to make it to Slam Dunk. Travelling through three major UK locations each year during the May bank holiday music lovers in their hordes religiously flock to the event. With a few big changes to the stage arrangements this year, along with a duel headline setup, we took a trip down to this year’s event in Leeds to see what all of the fuss was about.

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LIVE REVIEW: Nickelback, Seether, Genting Arena, Birmingham, 10/05/2018

LIVE REVIEW: Nickelback, Seether, Genting Arena, Birmingham, 10/05/2018

Rock icons Nickelback hit UK shores for their Feed The Machine tour this month, joined by special guests Seether. We took a trip to the Birmingham leg of the tour to see Kroeger and co perform tracks spanning their impressive back catalogue, all the while providing a reminder of the strength of their music’s natural magnetism.

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PHOTO GALLERY: Movements, Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff, 07/05/2018

PHOTO GALLERY: Movements, Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff, 07/05/2018

It was the moment that all Movements fans had been waiting for: the announcement of their first ever headline tour on our shores, which saw dates span the length of the UK. A band with an ever growing fan base, who were signed to Fearless Records after only one show, the post-hardcore/emo quartet released their debut album Feel Something last year – we took a trip down to their show in Cardiff to get some snaps and sing our hearts out.

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LIVE REVIEW: Trivium, Code Orange, O2 Academy, Glasgow, 19/04/2018

LIVE REVIEW: Trivium, Code Orange, O2 Academy, Glasgow, 19/04/2018

If the rest of Trivium’s career is made up of shows like this and albums like The Sin and the Sentence, they won’t go down as that band who followed the leaders; they’ll go down as leaders on their own terms.

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LIVE REVIEW: Lower Than Atlantis, Milk Teeth, The Faim, Engine Rooms, Southampton, 12/04/2018

LIVE REVIEW: Lower Than Atlantis, Milk Teeth, The Faim, Engine Rooms, Southampton, 12/04/2018

Now in their eleventh year as a band, Watford quartet Lower Than Atlantis aren’t showing any sign of slowing down. Currently embarking on a twenty-two date tour across the UK we caught their show in Southampton’s Engine Rooms with support coming from The Faim and Milk Teeth.

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LIVE REVIEW: The Xcerts, Airways, The Joiners, Southampton, 04/03/2018

LIVE REVIEW: The Xcerts, Airways, The Joiners, Southampton, 04/03/2018

2018 has already been shaping up as a very exciting year for Scottish trio The Xcerts: touring Europe with Nothing But Thieves, getting their first top 40 album with Hold On To Your Heart and completing their own run of headline shows. As Hold On To Your Heart is one of our most-played releases of the year so far we went to the final date of the tour to celebrate alongside them.

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