Community Festival is still fresh on the scene compared to a lot of the festivals on offer in London, but after two consecutive years of success, it will return to Finsbury Park on Sunday 30 June 2019. Advertisements
Community Festival is back this year and with the line-up they have on offer, Finsbury Park won’t know what’s hit it!
Midwestern emo band Citizen took to the stage at the MOTH Club in London to perform a very special show for their fans. Support from Hockeysmith and Candy.
On Monday 22 April fans said goodbye to Superfood as they played their last show at London’s Scala.
Live at Leeds has become a staple in the world of small festivals since its first occurrence in 2007, which was to coincide the 800th birthday of the city of Leeds itself.
Set It Off are on an ever-growing path to infinite stardom, especially while performing currently the Midnight World Tour.
Out the back of The Garage in Highbury & Islington, our writer Jake got to sit down with the up and coming Scottish band Vukovi who are currently supporting Set It Off on their tour across the UK and Europe.
Currently on tour in celebration of being a band for 20 years, Taking Back Sunday played two sold-out shows at Ace of Spades in Sacramento, California.
Photos from Smino at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles, with support from EarthGang.
For most alternative music fans in the UK, Slam Dunk Festival has been a rite of passage for many years.
Formed in 2011, Seaway has become known for their own brand of pop punk, one that is fun and infectious, to say the least.
Sub Blue played his first London headline show at The Waiting Room with support from Kali Claire.
Live at Leeds Festival is just around the corner and we’ve compiled a playlist of our top picks to get you in the mood!
BABYTEETH played The Black Heart in Camden, London for their single release show, with support from 7he 7ouch.
On a cold Thursday night in March, HÆLOS made a 600-capacity Los Angeles venue feel as large as the Hollywood Bowl.