With over 100 bands booked, and countless stages dotted around Leeds hosting some of the best local talent around as well as some big names on the line-up, Live at Leeds is a day not to be missed – we went to the festival to see for ourselves.
Following the busy few months As It Is have had, we caught up with lead singer Patty Walters and guitarist Ronnie Ish about these new singles, their future plans, and how good it is to be back playing live.
The Slam Dunk Festival 2021 line-up had been one that heavy music fans had been waiting for what seemed like eternity. Since its original announcement for Slam Dunk 2020, the line-up had gone through many changes and has somehow managed to stay absolutely brilliant. It really was a day in the diary not to be missed.
After further enhancing their status as one of Britain’s best upcoming bands with their recently released EP – the enchanting American Noir, we caught up with vocalist Will Gould at Slam Dunk festival about all things Creeper.
This summer Malevolence performed some huge festival slots. At Slamdown we spoke to guitarist Josh Baines and vocalist/guitarist Konan Hall about their massive summer, Sheffield, and Malevolence branded tanks.
The UK’s biggest party was welcomed back to Bramham Park on the 26th - 28th August 2021. This year Leeds festival had sold-out in record time, and had been sold-out for months, so to say people were hyped would be the understatement of the year.
Reading and Leeds Festival takes place over August bank holiday weekend, we take a look at the line-up to give you our take on whose sets definitely shouldn't be missed.
This weekend a 10,000 capacity Download Pilot is set to take place featuring headliners Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Enter Shikari, Bullet For My Valentine plus many more acts across the three-day test festival. The event is set to be utilised as a gateway to getting live music back on the road as part of the second phase of the Government's scientific event research programme. Check out our top picks from the line-up of this very special music event.
Sheffield's biggest party, Tramlines Festival is set to make a triumphant return to Hillsborough Park come 23rd - 25th July. Featuring headliners, The Streets, Royal Blood, Richard Ashcroft plus a whole host of 46 already confirmed music acts across the festivals three-day line-up, plus many more names in music, art and comedy to be announced. We take a deep dive into some of the most anticipated, hyped and talked about artists, spanning a spectrum of genres from indie, metal, rock and more ahead of the long-awaited Tramlines Festival 2021.