Gunnersville Festival set in the surroundings of Gunnersbury Park made its debut earlier this month and in the process sent off festival season with soaring success. The Sunday of the Festival saw You Me At Six headline with the likes of Jimmy Eat World, As It Is, Deaf Havana and MILK TEETH take to the stage.
With festival season slowly coming to a close, Gunnersville Festival promises to see the season out in style. The new tented concert series in London’s Gunnersbury Park this September will be playing host to some of the hottest names across the music industry including headlining acts Doves, The Specials and You Me At Six.
Most consider the festival season a bit of a none starter if they didn't get the chance to make it to Slam Dunk. Travelling through three major UK locations each year during the May bank holiday music lovers in their hordes religiously flock to the event. With a few big changes to the stage arrangements this year, along with a duel headline setup, we took a trip down to this year's event in Leeds to see what all of the fuss was about.
Australian trio Columbus return with ‘A Hot Take On Heart Break’ - the follow up to their 2016 debut release ‘Spring Forever’ - and this album appears to be a massive left turn in their musical direction.
Love your oo's emo anthems? Well brand new club night Black Parade may be your answer, set to take place across venues throughout the UK.