The first band to grace the stage with their presence was Set No Sail. With almost zero crowd interaction and an audience that mainly consisted of the bands friends whose only purpose seemed to be to push people around and generally be as irritating as possible, it wasn’t the most enjoyable performance I’d ever seen. 537 more words
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It’s the hottest weekend of the year so far and a generous portion of Islington’s N1 centre has been overtaken by young teens dressed appropriately in shorts, and a fair few Room 94 t-shirts, in a queue that spans the outside of Islington’s 02 Academy. 1,100 more words
Aaaahhh tonight was really good! Me and Onion managed to get tickets to the gig tonight last week and zomg im glad we did!!!
In truth we were going to see The Famous Class who were the headliners but the other bands were pretty epic too! 405 more words
GIG: Whatever Happened To P-Rock?
BANDS: MEST, Hearts Under Fire, Paige, The Famous Class, Home Advantage
VENUE: Rhythm Factory, London
DATE: March 3rd 2012
On arriving at the little, unknown venue on Whitechapel Road, I didn’t set my expectations too highly for the show headlined by the newly formed, Illinois band. 761 more words
‘There’s no label, no management…nobody making choices for us.’
The Famous Class talk Twitter, Touring, Reading, Blink 182 and what the future holds.
As the weather drops around London; Ben (Guitar), Joe (Drums) and Stoo (Guitar/Vocals) settle themselves down in to the cold, hard metal chairs at Victoria train station’s Wetherspoons to talk about life in a fast growing DIY band. 1,206 more words