When Busted announced their unlikely reunion a little over a year ago, we were all for it, if a little nervous. Now, the former-teenage heartthrobs venture into new territory with Night Driver, their first studio album since 2003.
It's no surprise that living in London means that come the weekend, there's a different vintage fair on every corner. So how do you tell which is the best to go to? We went along to Mid Century Market to hopefully find out...
Camden Rocks this year was brimming with up and coming bands, including punk rock five-piece Drones. After a recent shift in band members, we were keen to find out how things were going, so we caught up with drummer Mitchell Thomas and new members Lois McDougall and Tim Kramer to see what they had to say.
As thousands of darkly-dressed music fans descend upon Camden town, we join the masses to discover what fresh talent Camden Rocks Festival has to offer. Read on for our thoughts on just on a handful of the performances from the day... speaking of which, can someone invent a time machine already so that we can be at three stages at once?
Camden Rocks is a great festival for showcasing smaller, up and coming bands, so we thought we’d give you a heads up on the ones you’d be foolish to miss. Some of these acts are already starting to break into the big time, so catch them at the intimate venues before it’s too late!
Recently, Bad Ideas announced that they would be calling it a day on the music front. Amongst their goodbyes, they have left us with one last release to enjoy in the form of their third and final full-length self-titled album.