After rescheduling several times due to the worsening of the COVID-19 pandemic, Slam Dunk Festival will finally take place in September for the first time since May 2019. There have been several changes to the lineup where certain artists can no longer make it, but organizers have ensured that every replacement has been just as good. For those attending, this […]
After releasing the absolute smash hit songs ‘C.L.A.U.D.I.A’ and ‘Behave’ the world was clawing for more from the up and coming Scottish band Vukovi, they come out the gate swinging with their brand new single and a video premiere for ‘All That Candy’.
Around the beginning of 2015, I began to hear whispers of a band from Massachusetts in the US. This band would later become one of my favourite bands in my life thus far and be the most inspiring people I had ever heard of.
Vukovi have been on an upward climb and have been touring all across Europe and then the UK over the past few months. This all accumulated at an explosive show at the Underworld in Camden.
All Points East has become a hotly tipped event for the festival season since its not-so-humble beginnings last year, and 2019 was no exception. Held over two consecutive weekends, we went along to check it out as Bring Me The Horizon headlined on the second Friday.
On Friday 31 May, Bring Me The Horizon will play their biggest show to date as part of All Points East’s sizzling 2019 line-up.
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.
Vukovi played at The Black Heart in Camden with support from Crystal and Delaire, The Liar.