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Photos: Leeds Festival 2015 - Mumford and Sons, Limp Bizkit, Swim Deep

Photos by: Priti Shikotra, Tom Martin, & Marc Sethi –

The second day of the 2015 Leeds Festival featured performances by Grammy-winning UK folk rock band Mumford And Sons, who released their third album, Wilder Mind, on May 4th, 2015 via Island, rap/rock band Limp Bizkit, who released their sixth album, Gold Cobra, on June 28th, 2011, which served as the band’s first studio album since 2005’s The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1), and the first with the full original lineup since 2000’s Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water, UK indie pop band Swim Deep, UK alt rock band Don Broco, math rock band American Football, and more!    1,677 more words


Make it personal!

That’s my goal! And that’s  what I said from the begining. And that’s what my posting will be…. Just a fair warning. I’m in the middle of a crises right now, my beloved girlfriend just got the message that she’s got a terrible and fatal sickness. 61 more words

Leeds Festival 2015 Saturday Pt. 2

What a day so far…..great sets from Calls Landing and Hunter and The Bear. Had a catch up with both bands after their sets which you can catch on The Unchained Rock Show on… 173 more words

Reading Festival 2015 - Day 1- Friday 28th August

Hello dear readers. It’s that Reading Festival time of year again. A time when I give you my humble opinion on all the acts that I get to see. 358 more words


Bands to watch at Reading and Leeds 2015 - Part One

Long time no update, so let’s get straight to it. Over the next few days I’ll be providing a guide for Reading and Leeds festivals, due to happen in just over a weeks time. 730 more words


Rocks In The Attic #415: The Commodores - ‘Machine Gun’ (1974)

It’s a shame the Commodores are in black and white on the cover of this. I suspect they’re wearing the same colour skivvies as the Wiggles. 135 more words


Slipknot - Slipknot (1999)

Looking at the album cover, I wouldn’t expect these guys to be kindred spirits.

But before actually hearing Slipknot’s self-titled album, I knew the singer and I were at least close to the same page regarding two issues: 461 more words