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Top 25 Albums Of The Year

Saturday 10 June 2023

LIVE: Slam Dunk Festival 2023 @ Hatfield Park

Sold-out and stacked with some huge names, 2023 marked the now iconic Slam Dunk’s biggest event to date. Fans sardined in caused plenty of teething problems on the day, but did the music deliver? Silly question, of course it did. Words: Aaron Jackson and Yasmin Brown

Monday 28 February 2022

Boston Manor, Movements, Jools @ The 1865, Southampton

LIVE: Boston Manor / Movements / Jools @ Electric Brixton, London

Is there any greater recipe for excitement than a band booking their biggest headline show to date but having to wait two entire years before stepping on stage? The seemingly infinite line snaking around the block to the Electric Brixton doors this evening would suggest not. It’s

Monday 21 September 2020

Movements – ‘No Good Left to Give’

It’s been less than six years since Movements formed in early 2015, but this California four-piece have already found their musical niche, shining brightly among their peers. But if ‘Feel Something’ was a shooting star, ‘No Good Left to Give’ is a goddamn supernova. And

Sunday 26 July 2020

Movements announce second album, ‘No Good Left to Give’

Movements fans, pop September 18th in your diaries because the band’s second album, ‘No Good Left to Give’ is coming your way via Fearless Records. The announcement comes with the band’s latest single, ‘Dont Give Up Your Ghost’, and its accompanying animated video. It’s been a long wait since the

Sunday 15 December 2019

The end of a decade: The Most Important Bands of the Next Decade

Looking back is lovely. Fond (and sometimes not so fond) memories, the music that shaped who we are right now, those special gigs we’ll remember forever and constantly relive in our minds – but what’s just as important, especially in the ever changing world of music we love, is

Friday 01 March 2019

LIVE: Mayday Parade / The Wonder Years / Movements / Pronoun @ Troxy, London

February isn’t a month that most would associate with pop-punk – especially not in the UK. February usually means grey skies, continuous rain and general misery, which is the complete opposite of everything pop-punk stands for. When a stacked line up is in your city, though, you strap on

Friday 12 October 2018

LIVE: Knuckle Puck / Tiny Moving Parts / Movements @ Electric Ballroom, Camden

When Knuckle Puck started out covering songs back in the cool autumn days of 2010, they probably didn’t think they’d end up releasing a split EP with Neck Deep and signing to Rise just a few years later – not to mention touring the world with original material. In

Monday 20 November 2017

Knuckle Puck cancel UK tour with Tiny Moving Parts and Movements

Knuckle Puck have announced that they have had to cancel next month’s UK tour with Tiny Moving Parts and Movements next month due to personal reasons. Their statement is as follows: last month the Chicago pop punks released their second album ‘Shapeshifter’