As another year draws to a close we look back on an amazing year of music, members of the Bring The Noise UK team reflect on their favourite records of 2022. Let us know your favourite releases by tweeting us @BringTheNoiseUK!
As another year draws to a close, we’re taking a look back at some of our favourite albums and EPs from 2021. With live shows having made a comeback earlier this year, there’s also been a vast amount of great new music for us to listen to. Some tough decisions had to be made to narrow down our lists, but read on to find out who we absolutely loved listening to this this year. Let us know your favourite releases by tweeting us @BringTheNoiseUK!
Despite how 2020 has turned out for the live music scene, it most certainly hasn't stopped the release of a multitude of incredible new records. As we come to the end of this year, the Bring The Noise UK team took the time to look back on the last twelve months and the records they've loved. Read on to find out who made the cut!
2019 has been an exciting year for Bring The Noise UK. We've expanded our team and have been working hard behind the scenes for our relaunch, which we're excited to announce is happening in early 2020! Keep your eyes peeled for more information on that in the New Year. As the year draws to a close we've taken some time out of the relaunch to reflect on the amazing year it's been for music. With so many of our favourite bands and artists releasing great music it was a tough decision to make, but read on to find out which records we have loved this year!
We caught up with Real Friends in the calm before the storm ahead of their Slam Dunk Festival appearance and European tour. With their recently released album 'The Home Inside My Head' paired with a launch gig at the Hippodrome, we talked midnight walks, shitting in your pants and what to expect from their new material…
In the middle of the rows of cluttered shops - sticking out like a real tan in Essex - is the Troxy Theatre in Limehouse, London. This diamond in the rough, art deco theatre really is such a special venue and tonight it couldn't match its host, City and Colour, more beautifully.