Enter Shikari are undoubtedly hall of famers in the UK music scene, with a career already spanning over 15 years. They have toured arenas, headlined festivals, and embarked on many sold-out tours, including this one. There truly wasn't much more you could want from a gig, find out what made it so great here.
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.
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.
The recent ten thousand capacity Download Pilot event witnessed the welcomed live return of a full camping festival as part of the UK Government's pilot scheme to help open up live music. We were lucky enough to attend the memorable live event, find out what we thought about the artists we saw over the weekend!
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.
'Born A Cynic', the first full-length from Bristol’s Weatherstate comes with the caveat of reputation based pressure, but has all of the touring led them towards a standout debut?