Tonight a grand old building in the North of London becomes the chapel for Sleep Token to gather the masses for their biggest UK performance to date.
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.
With its focus on math-rock, post-rock and the weird, noisy spaces in between, ArcTanGent Festival presents a uniquely refreshing atmosphere that you don’t find anywhere else on the annual festival calendar. It’s not only unique for its line-up, but is also the only festival where the crowd can clap perfectly in 7/8 and are just as likely to sing along to a guitar lead line or trumpet riff, than they are lyrics. ArcTanGent 7 promises to be the biggest one yet and it can be daunting to pick your targets, so we’ve given you a headstart with our pick of the bunch this year.
Tonight BABYMETAL play their first headline show in Britain in 3 years. Even more exciting is that the rumour mills are going crazy, apparently there’s a new face in the band. With the band ending the night with a huge announcement, BABYMETAL at Brixton was a night set to go down in history.
In a matter of days Holding Absence release their eagerly anticipated self-titled debut album - one that has been two years in the making. Despite challenges along the way, the quintet are stronger than ever and ready to take on the world in the most sincere and heartfelt way possible. We caught up with vocalist Lucas Woodland to hear all about the new record, their positive relationship with social media and more.
An August Bank Holiday tradition for many is spending the weekend at Reading Festival, seeing some of the biggest names and exciting new acts from wide-spanning genres. With our fingers firmly crossed that summer would continue for just three more days, here’s what happened during our annual trip to the festival.