Canadian legends, Said The Whale, played an incredible sold out hometown show at Vancouver’s Malkin Bowl, supported by newcomers The Beaches.
J-rockers Survive Said The Prophet headed over to the London and Manchester this month for their first ever UK shows. We sent our photographer Nathan Robinson to capture their Northern show at the Star and Garter, check out his pictures of all the action -
In support of their debut album “Wabi-sabi”, Childcare stopped off in St Albans for an experience that really did get to all of the senses… no, really.
BAD CHILD wowed a sold-out crowd at his first ever Vancouver show, proving that he is someone everyone should be watching out for.
For the 49th year running, Bumbershoot has capped off a wonderful summer in Seattle with three days of fantastic music acts across four stages, all overlooked by the landmark Space Needle.
Skunk Anansie hit the O2 Academy at maximum speed, when their UK tour stopped by the city of Newcastle at the start of this month.
The afterburners of the hottest recorded august bank holiday were still in full force, and here to bring more heat to Electric Brixton were LA band FIDLAR. Armed with scorching support act Kid Kapichi, they did just that.
Hardwick Hall in Sedgefield, County Durham opened it’s doors once again for the sixth year of Hardwick Live, a weekend camping festival across five stages last weekend.
Things have been a bit quiet in the COUNTERFEIT. camp since their debut album ‘Together We Are Stronger’ was released back in 2017. After what seemed like the wait of a lifetime, COUNTERFEIT. embarked on a small European tour to bless our ears with the kind of music that is full of urgency, and demands attention.
Held in the middle of gorgeous Leicestershire countryside, at the beautifully quaint Gopsall Farm, it is both incredibly easy, and confusingly difficult, to understand how this festival is so simultaneously intimate and yet busy, bustling and saturated with the best music too.
Fresh from the fields, we return from Kendal Calling with an open mind, big heart and incredibly muddy wellies.
Festival season is in full swing, and last weekend brought our summer adventures to Standon Calling! With both a variation of acts and weather throughout the weekend, here’s what we got up to…
Check out our full review of 2000trees festival
The Dangerous Summer At Dingwalls, Camden, was a punk’s paradise. Packs of punk-passionate pundits flocked for Free Throw and The Dangerous Summer alike, screaming along and loving every second!
Angel Du$t, Blood Youth, Conjurer, Delaire The Liar, Dream State, Gouge Away, Higher Power, itoldyouiwouldeatyou, Loathe, Nervus, Slowcrush, Turnstile, and Vukovi.
All in all, Bloc Party were the perfect headliners for the festivals opening night - they brought the captivating stage presence of lead singer Okereke and recognisable tunes to the toon for the rowdy Geordies.
Wars returned to Fat Lil’s in Witney, Oxfordshire on Sunday night and they did not send the crowd home disappointed.
It was that time of year again, when we take a trip to Newark Showground for UK Tech-Fest. Our photographer Rhys Haberfield was there to capture all the action.
Performing an intimate set at London’s Omera, Flyte showcased new music in the lead up to the release of their new single, ‘White Roses’.
Community Festival 2019 was no different to any other year - an incredible day, showcasing the hottest indie bands of the moment, with even hotter weather to match.
Planned only a week before the gig took place, Shame sold out The Pink Room at YES within hours of announcing the show. As one of the newest and best venues in the city centre, it’s already brought some unforgettable shows, and Shame are now certainly sitting high on that list.
Sunset Sons, along with the help of Natural Mystery Museum took to Jimmy’s Bar in Manchester this week.
King Princess came back to the UK for her second time this week and played O2 Forum Kentish Town. The 2300-capacity venue, upgraded from Heaven, was completely sold out from floor to ceiling and teeming with excitement.
If opportunity comes to see this beast of sound in its drummed flesh you must take it immediately and with no reservations.
Fresh from their Download Festival appearance, I Prevail headed out on a small UK tour around the UK. Our photographer Jesse Jones was there to capture all the action when they stopped by the O2 Ritz in Manchester.
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.