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Review: Memphis May Fire left London's KOKO smouldering

Anyone who follows me on Twitter or who’s read this blog will know how obsessed I am with Memphis May Fire at the moment.  I… 401 more words



Picture the scene: We’re in a town called Bad Arolsen which is somewhere in Germany. It’s the summer of 2008 and a group of us trekked to Europe to catch the annual metal festivals and on Wednesday, July the 9th, we were on our way to the Magic Circle Festival to witness the almighty Manowar play their first six albums in their entirety. 1,165 more words


Deaf Havana, The Grand: 11th April 2014

This is the 4th time in two years that I have been to see Deaf Havana. In that time the band from Hunstaton, King’s Lynn have gone from relatively unknown (unless you attending Reading religiously) to frequent plays on Radio One, with Zane Lowe premiering ‘Boston Square’ as the ‘Hottest Record in the World’, and a growing following at every gig I’ve been too. 340 more words


April 11: Manic Street Preachers at Brixton Academy

Many times the Manic Street Preachers have been accused of purveying dad-rock, being behind the curve, or losing their relevance, yet the band has grown from album to album, consistently delivering, and wildly adored by their rabid fans.

Gig Review

Gig Review: King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard

Thursday 10th April @ The Roller Den

Fuck man. King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard amirite? Four albums in 18 months? That’s like me completing a university assignment on time-fucking impossible! 692 more words



Worthing bred duo, H4RDLINE stepped out of their comfort zone on Friday night as they took Ministry of Sound in London by storm. With their first set kicking off when the club opened, lasting for a full hour; these ‘newbies’ certainly didn’t seem as inexperienced as you might expect a duo to be after only making music together for over a year. 229 more words

Atlanta Young and Leopards Mini Tour

Tuesday 8th April 2014

When Teresa, one of our reps, had the opportunity to go and check out some new up and coming talent at the Rainbow Rooms, Digbeth in Birmingham, she jumped at the chance. 897 more words