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 the world, they’ve managed to fit a lot of touring into that year. Today was London’s chance to see them and they welcomed the band with open arms.
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.
On a blustery November evening, Highwire Magazine contributor Bonnie Britain went behind the scenes with “the new master of the slide guitar” Jack Broadbent at the O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, ahead of his performance supporting The Rolling Stones’ guitarist Ronnie Wood and his Wild Five.
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 show.
Kicking off their sold-out Peach Club tour on November 29, Emarosa played a show at Holy Diver in Sacramento, California.
We chat to Georgia alternative band Cascadent and learn what makes them tick.
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.
Atlanta based rock band Issues are currently on tour in support of their new album Beautiful Oblivion. The band had a show in Sacramento, California at Ace of Spades on November 16.
Photos from the Badflower and Weathers show at The Social on October 23.
We get to know singer-songwriter Rachel Lynn.
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.
The danger surrounding being an acoustic singer-songwriter is simply falling into the similarity trap…
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.
Taking Back Sunday at the House of Blues in Orlando, FL with support from Red City Radio.