Fresh off their huge Download Festival performance, Fever 333 brought their demonstration to London’s Electric Ballroom this month. Our photographer Joe Dick was there to capture all the action.
Glass Peaks have had a whirlwind two years since bursting on the scene, and have now been wowing audiences across the country as their tour descended on Newcastle upon Tyne. Head of Steam was the location, an intimate setting and quite the oxymoron venue for the heavy sound of both support acts.
Aly & AJ bring their Sanctuary tour to Vancouver's Commodore Ballroom.
Fresh off a monster set at this year’s Download Festival, State Champs took to the iconic Underworld in Camden and it did not disappoint.
LANY bring their infectious dream-pop to Vancouver’s Queen Elizabeth Theatre.
Despite being plagued with technical difficulties and delays — Bushstock 2019 still managed to be a thoroughly enjoyable day.
Despite pictures circulating on social media of them being almost knee-deep in mud, the village was open for business and keeping spirits up until the arena opened.
Larkins played their biggest headline London show to date this week at Dingwalls in Camden. Our photographer James Baker was there to capture all the action.
Check out our photographer Chloe Hashemi’s photos from their rather warm Bushstock Festival set.
Following the release of their sophomore album, Run Around The Sun (May 31st), Scotlands own Sacred Paws give London a lesson or two with their unique brand of indie-pop goodness!
Eagles of Death Metal made a brief pitstop on their way to Download Festival, with a warm up show at London’s Electric Ballroom. Our photographer Rebecca Webb was there to capture all the action.
Two decades after bursting on the scene and inventing the Riot grrrl movement, Bikini Kill were invited to play at a concert to honour the British post-punk band The Raincoats. After witnessing the reaction from their fans who were calling out for a reunion, the band delved back into the whirlwind of their old lives
Ever wondered what it might feel like to have your heart both broken and mended at a show? Well, with seven years and three melancholic albums behind them, London based Bears Den will guide you through a night of emotional joy and sorrow.
To celebrate the release of their fourth album ‘Celebrity Mansions’, Dinosaur Pile-Up played a series of in-store performances, our photographer Rebecca Webb caught all the action when they stopped by London at Boston Music Room.
Following the release of their debut album ‘Nothing Ever Happens’, Wallows kick off the UK leg of their European tour with a sold out show at London’s Electric Brixton.
Wednesday night saw New Jersey based band, A R I Z O N A bring their infectious buoyant pop sound to Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom.
It takes a very specific kind of performer to shine on the old and rustic EartH, and I think it’s fair to say Lucy Dacus comes pretty damn close.
Yonaka have been a band that has been consistently increasing in popularity for the past few years, releasing a handful of singles and an EP; now on the eve of their debut album release, they took to London’s Heaven venue to give fans a taste of what was to come…
Bring Me The Horizon brought all things heavy to London’s Victoria Park when it came their turn to headline All Points East Festival. Our photographer Joe Dick was there to capture all the action.
Whilst it’s always nice to say that you were amongst the first of something, being second isn’t always a bad thing. It allows time to work out the kinks and to take notes from those who came before you, and succeeded. In festivals it’s a similar kind of thing. All Points East is split over two weekends, at Victoria Park, and after the first weekend encountered a few hiccups such as sound issues and fires on stage, things seemed to be going a little more smoothly for round two.
One UK show at the legendary Alexandra Palace
Rolling into Swindon on a Friday night the weekend of Slam Dunk is Crawley/Croydon three piece Press To MECO, bringing their brand of inventive and beautifully crafted UK alt. rock sound to the Wiltshire town. Expect big hooks and angelic harmonies soon…
The North East has been well and truly treated to an amazing summer of live music this year, kicking off with Hit The North not even a month ago - and last weekend, Exhibition Park in the heart of Newcastle was taken over by This Is Tomorrow Festival featuring one of the biggest lineup’s that the North East has seen in a very long time.
For some, it was a regular Monday night in Vancouver, but for Alessia Cara it was the last night of her The Pains of Growing tour and a night that thousands have been eagerly waiting for.
Christine & The Queens proved that a fierce female headliner is exactly what we’re all lacking in our lives. If we live by her rule of ‘no judgement; only love’ maybe we can make the music industry a more open and welcoming place!
Slam Dunk 2019, more than anything, was an unparalleled experience. After months of anticipation, we travelled to Hatfield to witness something incredible.
Knocked Loose are arguably one of the most hyped bands within the hardcore scene right now, and London was in for a treat on this sold out Friday night…
On this night, we added a new set of bands to the legendary alumni that New Cross Inn has to offer; Year of the Knife, with supports from Chamber and Cauldron.
Stopping off at Jimmy’s, Manchester, we caught Lauran Hibberd on her first ever headline tour. There’s a huge buzz about Lauran Hibberd at the moment, and rightly so with her unique and fun spin on indie pop music.
Woke minded rapper Grandson is quickly making a name for himself, his fluid mix of rap, rock and electronic music is seamless; every song he seems to release is an instant classic!