Chicago punk rockers Rise Against visited Kingston to play an acoustic show in support of their Nowhere Generation album and Nowhere Sessions EP. Projects influenced in part by the social and economic troubles their younger fans face. So, it was fitting to see so many of those younger fans waiting in line at PRYZM ahead of their performance.
Fatboy Slim is an icon of UK dance music, having produced hit after hit for the best part of the last 30 years, and now embarking on a UK arena tour with tickets selling out up and down the country, do his tracks still translate well on the live scene?
A spectacularly stunning display of pure genuine emotion from a band who deserve only greatness.
Saint Agnes headed out on tour following the release of single 'Uppercut!' which is their first new material since their mini-album 'Vampire'. Fans would be hoping to hear this new song as well as older favourites when they take to the stage in their hometown of London at The Garage.
Don Broco are on unstoppable form. Somehow the band are able to blend a goofy sense of humour with modern pop aesthetics and nu-metal riffs and...make it work every single time.
Let’s face it, the world is looking bleak at the moment. The everlasting shadow of COVID still looms over all our heads with threats of things heading back into oblivion in the near future. So, with that in mind, what is the best medicine for such grim and overtly depressing times? Dark, aggressive music of course and Winterfylleth are the perfect band to fill that bill.
In support of their third studio album 'Don't You Feel Amazing?', Trash Boat recently headed to The Cathouse in Glasgow for a great night of live music. Also on the line-up were Death Blooms, Calva Louise and Strange Bones. Head here to find out about the night and check out our photo gallery.
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.
It's taken Nothing But Thieves nearly a decade to crack the indie-rock code, but on nights like these at O2 Arena it was well worth the wait.