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Enter Shikari– Photo Gallery 20th September @ The Triffid, Brisbane

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The Triffid, Brisbane
September 20th, 2016

Enter Shikari hit Brisbane’s The Triffid last night showcasing their genre bending music. Known for their wild experimentation and energetic live shows, the band showcased a stack of tracks from 2015’s… 102 more words

Entertainment

Enter Shikari to Release Live Album 'Live At Alexandra Palace'


On Nov 4, Enter Shiarki will release a live album titled Live At Alexandra Palace. The recordings are from their London, England show at the Alexandra Palace back in February but is missing only one song, “Juggernauts” which had an audio glitch. 61 more words

Music News

Enter Shikari are live all over London

Enter Shikari have announced a new live album, recorded in London earlier this year, as well as their final London gig for 2016.

‘Live at Alexandra Palace’, which captures the band performing to 9000 people at their sold-out 27 February show, is released just days after they support Bring Me The Horizon at the O2 Arena on 31 October. 108 more words

Live News

Bring Me The Horizon and Enter Shikari in Halloween Heaven

Two of the UK’s hottest bands will bring us a Halloween gig of epic proportions, as Bring Me The Horizon and Enter Shikari team up on October 31st. 72 more words

News

A weekend full with music and water…

Again Sunday evening and I’m home again. This was my second weekend away in a row. Now I have time to write some things down. This weekend I was in the beautiful city constance at the music festival „Rock am See“. 187 more words

Allgemein

Classic “scene kid” merch we’ve all owned

From oversized hair bows to Hello Kitty sweaters, t-shirts, hoodies, pencil cases, credit card holders- well, everything, really-, the “scene kid” phase spawned a literal eternity of embarrassing, garish and sometimes downright scary fashion trends. 496 more words

Features

Sunday 7

This is my second week of vacation and I’m already feeling as if there isn’t enough time to just not work. Four weeks of vacay (well, OK, I moved the last two days because I need to go to the UK to see a band, but it’s practically four weeks) – not nearly enough. 518 more words

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