Heavy, industrial-tinged rock doesn't sound like a particularly compelling musical direction in 2016, but it's the easiest way to describe Everything Is OK, the sophomore album from Yorkshire's Servers.
Relatively new to the blues rock scene are RavenEye. Made up of award winning blues guitarist Oli Brown, bassist Aaron Spiers and drummer Adam Breeze, the boys are taking their genre to a new, modern dimension. We caught up with Oli and Aaron to see what experiencing Download was like and what's next for these up and comers.
Download is the bad boy rock 'n roll festival of the UK, but this year there has been an injection of blues rock bands to funk it up. We caught up with the biggest band on the blues rock scene at the moment - LA cool cats Rival Sons - post-performance with drummer Mike Miley to chat about festivals, future plans and stealing the Prom Queen.
After rescheduling their original London gig back in November following the tragic Paris shootings at the Eagles Of Death Metal gig at the Bataclan, Deftones made their way to Wembley Arena and the White Pony’s couldn't keep us away!
Crammed into the stairwell of Camden’s hidden rock haunt The Black Heart with Dine Alone Records’ The Dirty Nil, it makes for a good Thursday night for Bring The Noise and what's more, tonight is the Canadian trio’s first ever UK show. We had a caught up with bassist, Dave Nardi and drummer, Kyle Fisher to chat about their UK debut, the Canadian music scene and more.
Set away from the wandering eye, down two dingy sides streets and decorated in what looks like a Sons of Anarchy’s Motorbike collection is Camden’s hidden gem of a venue, The Black Heart. Tonight we are here to welcome Canadian rockers The Dirty Nil to their first ever UK show! With its usual broody buzz, on top of a free show on offer, the venue is filling up nicely for a Thursday night.