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From Wednesday 28 June 2023

LIVE: Download Festival 2023 – Friday

If you weren’t wearing sun cream before, you certainly are now. Day two starts the true heat of the weekend, along with an even larger crowd than the shorter day yesterday attracted. The merch lines are getting longer, the afternoons are getting sweatier, but there’s an energy in the

Saturday 24 September 2022

LIVE: Leeds Festival 2022: Sunday

A staple of British culture and somewhat riddled with controversy, this year’s Leeds festival was set to take a stride forward into new territory. What used to be a lineup filled with primarily rock and indie offerings has morphed in line with the music zeitgeist. Whether part

Leeds Fest 2022 – Sunday

Wednesday 21 September 2022

The Devil Wears Prada – ‘Color Decay’

When we sat down with The Devil Wears Prada’s guitarist and vocalist Jeremy DePoyster last year around the release of the ‘ZII’ EP, he told us that he and the band wanted to completely rethink the way they approached releasing music. Following in the footsteps of bands like Bring

Tuesday 19 October 2021

Bring Me The Horizon @ PRYZM, Kingston

LIVE: Bring Me The Horizon @ PRYZM, Kingston

Independent record stores are fast becoming the lifeblood of physical music media, with unique variants only being available at certain stores, exclusive shows and signings and, in more recent times, hosting online Q&A sessions. Tonight sees one of the biggest bands in the country take to the stage twice

Monday 10 August 2020

Jet Fuel Chemistry – ‘Sign Of The Times’

Dublin based rock and metal newcomers Jet Fuel Chemistry are bursting out of their indie-heavy scene to bring ‘Sign Of The Times’ to your attention, a raucous and stirring EP crammed full of anthemic alternative rock and hard-hitting modern metalcore. If ballsy riffs, unfiltered aggression, infectious melodies and

Tuesday 07 January 2020

Bring Me The Horizon – ‘~GO TO~’

The release of ‘Ludens’, regardless of the song being a promotional track from the game Death Stranding, was a neat celebration by Bring Me The Horizon of their various styles from the last ten years. Incorporating the wall-of-sound heaviness of ‘Sempiternal’ and the sharpness of ‘That’s The

Monday 02 December 2019

The end of a decade: The most unmissable albums of the past 10 years

Every decade has its defining sound. In the 90s, you had Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’, while the 2000s brought us Blink 182’s ‘Enema Of The State’, Slipknot’s ‘Iowa’ and My Chemical Romance’s ‘Welcome to the Black Parade’ – so it’s only fitting that the current decade has plenty of albums of

Wednesday 26 June 2019

All Points East 2019 @ Victoria Park