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From Thursday 31 January 2019

Bristol’s Booze Cruise announces second wave of acts

For the first time, European’s fast-growing DIY festival is coming to the UK, taking place across various venues in Bristol. The 18+ festival takes place from May 24 to 26, and joining names already announced, such as Tiny Moving Parts and Ducking Punches, are: Apologies, I Have None, Mercy Union (featuring

She’s A Punk Podcast drops February 5th

She’s a Punk, a brand new podcast from host Siobhan Woodrow, comes out of the gate swinging on February 5th with a five-episode launch on all major podcast platforms. This bi-weekly interview series, features intimate portraits of radical women who are guided by a punk ethos. It aims to

Reading and Leeds Festival announce 50 more acts

Joining headliners The 1975, Post Malone, Twenty One Pilots and Foo Fighters are: A Day To Remember, Against The Current, AJ Tracey, Alma Anderson. Paak & The Free Nationals, Andy C, Becky Hill Bexey, Blaenavon, Bloxx, Cavetown, Charli XCX, The Chats, Chvrches, Circa Waves, Comethazine, D-Block Europe, Distruction Boyz, Fisher,

Wednesday 30 January 2019

Community Festival just got even bigger with four new acts announced

Finsbury Park’s one day summer fest has just had four new bands added to the bill. Community Festival goers already had the likes of The Kooks, Blossoms and Sea Girls to look forward to, and now have an excuse to get even more excited with the addition of The Hunna,

Slam Dunk add ten more bands to the 2019 bill

As if Slam Dunk wasn’t already massive this year, ten more bands have been added to the lineup. Joining the likes of All Time Low, NOFX and Bad Religion, are¬†Lights,¬†Wage War,¬†Plain White T’s,¬†Hellogoodbye,¬†Touche Amore,¬†Tigers Jaw,¬†Wallflower,¬†Employed To Serve, Microwave¬†and¬†Our Hollow Our Home. Slam Dunk will take place in Leeds and Hatfield on

Tuesday 29 January 2019

Deaf Havana drop music video for ‘Holy’

If there was ever any doubt that Deaf Havana have taken their career to a whole new level since the release of ‘Rituals’, their video for single ‘Holy’ – which dropped today – will surely quash it. Filmed at the band’s packed out O2 Academy Brixton show that took place

Blood Youth announce support acts for Starve Tour

Melodic hardcore four piece Blood Youth have today confirmed the support acts for their upcoming Starve Tour, with Palm Reader and Lotus Eater set to join the band on seven UK dates before Manchester’s Parting Gift take over as support for all remaining EU dates. Tickets for the tour are

100 artists added to The Great Escape line-up

Brighton’s The Great Escape festival has today added a huge 100 more acts to this year’s line-up – including Can’t Swim, Haggard Cat and AJ Tracey – across a variety of genres. The full list of additions can be found below. The new acts join the likes of Lewis Capaldi

Monday 28 January 2019

Download Festival adds loads more acts to this years line up

The world-famous rock festival has announced 43 new acts to 2019’s line up, including Halestorm, FEVER 333, Beartooth and Skid Row. The new additions join headliners Slipknot, Def Leppard and Tool. Alongside this announcement, Kerrang! have revealed that they will be launching a search for an opener for their Avalanche Stage. Tickets

Thursday 24 January 2019

Mark Hoppus and Alex Gaskarth have banded together to create the pop-punk supergroup of our dreams

Blink 182’s Mark Hoppus and All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth have shaken up the pop-punk world by joining together to create the supergroup Simple Creatures. Out of nowhere, our social media feeds were blowing up with the news, which came complete with the release of the band’s first single, ‘Drug’