The music industry as we know it has changed drastically, and artists are now desperate to find new ways to connect with their fans. With shows not feasible in most […]
The Maine are ushering in a new era, the XOXO era. To celebrate the oncoming era, the end of the last one, and the release of the new single ‘Sticky’, they held […]
Is this the new normal for gigs?
“Are you all standing one metre apart?” asked Michael Webster, the frontman of Baddies, after storming through the first couple of songs of their set. “We weren’t sure this was […]
The mood in the O2 Forum Kentish Town was high as a room full of old and new school punks alike waited for the Philadelphia rockers The Menzingers to give […]
Dir En Grey are a five-piece metal band that began as a visual kei collective, arguably as one of the most prosperous metal bands of the 2000s without English lyrics.
Homegrown indie rock band Kaiser Chiefs have been on their UK and European tour for a few dates and it was finally London’s turn to be a party to the […]
The Faim is a four-piece band from Perth, Australia that has been making the transition to international touring artists pretty quickly over the last year. Luckily for the rest of […]
Los Angeles based indie-pop band flor returned to the UK last week for two special nights in Manchester and London, celebrating the release of their new album ley lines.
Against The Current have been making waves in the industry for a while now and earlier in the week Rocksound Magazine crowned them Best International Artist in their annual award […]
Latvian band Carnival Youth returned to London last Monday to play a show at the Seabright Arms in between a few dates that they have been playing in Latvia.
As far as rock ‘n’ roll legends go, Ronnie Wood is up there with the best of them.
Welsh rockers Dream State have been on the Primrose Path tour promoting their new album and when they finally got to London’s ULU fans had packed out the place to hear their own brand of musical genius themselves.
Early on a Friday night fans queue up in Camden to finally see their favourite pop punkers Real Friends and their equally poppy and punky supports Grayscale and Belmont.
Bands like Sleeping With Sirens have been heroic in their efforts to reinvent the metalcore genre, and luckily it hasn’t been all in vain.
SHVPES have certainly been making waves since their debut album was released three years ago.