Articles about Acoustic
Upload Festival 2016
Before I start my review I would like to say that the UK needs more festivals like this one. It is rare that you will see such a great line up on a festival bill, especially one that has some of the best unsigned / DIY bands in the UK, so with anticipated excitement I took the long drive down to Wakefield for the first ever Upload Festival at Warehouse23.
OldCorner Lessons in Music 1 – Tom McRae and Live
OldCorner is going to be a feast of meaningful albums, emotional single tracks and a journey through my reminiscences and the music that accompanied them. It is a showcase of music that everyone should listen to. so if you are sitting comfortably kids, let’s begin.
We Are The Ocean’s Liam Cromby Announces Homeless Fundraiser!
We Are The Ocean’s Liam Cromby has launched a campaign that will see him release a solo track entitled ‘Living In The World Today’. The track will aim to earn money for the charity Crisis, as people can donate however much they like to receive this song.
Wheatus @ Genting Arena, Birmingham
Helen Messenger took some awesome shots of Wheatus when they supported Busted in Birmingham.
2000 Trees final line-up announcement
2000 Trees festival are celebrating their tenth birthday in style! The already incredible line-up has now been completed with the announcement of the final three bands and the acoustic stage.
Valleys Soundfest 2016
Valleys Soundfest is an alternative music festival that is held by students on the Music Technology course at Coleg Y Cymoedd. Each year the festival benefits a chosen charity, the past couple of years it has been the charity Love Hope Strength Foundation UK. The festival showcases up and coming artists, both locally and nationally as well as college bands.
The People The Poet @ Undertone 14/05/16
Although small, tonight went well. It is nice to see a packed club, showing that people still enjoy actual live bands. All acts were outstanding. The People The Poet, The Broadcasts and Vince James all showed that true talent really does still exist.
Deaf Havana At Handmade Festival 2016
Helen Messenger attended Handmade Festival 2016 and took shots of the Headliners Deaf Havana! Check out the gallery here!
The People The Poet / The Broadcasts / Vince James @ Undertone 14/05/16
Jolene Hughes took some shots of The People The Poet, The Broadcasts and Vince James at Undertone in Cardiff.
Hit The Lights – Just To Get Through To You
Hit The Lights’ latest EP ‘Just To Get Through To You’ was released on the 6th of May 2016. I had never heard of this band before they released this acoustic EP, which is definitely worth a listen if you’re a fan of the Pop-Punk vibe.
Swn Festival announces first acts for birthday celebration
South Wales’ premier music festival Swn Festival is celebrating it’s tenth anniversary in 2016! The three-day festival of music and arts runs from October 21-23 across several venues in the capital and features a whole host of Welsh talent as well as up and coming names from across the UK.
NATALIE MCCOOL TAKES ON THE A-Z QUESTIONNAIRE CHALLENGE
Having risen through the ranks of the UK indie world, championed by pop stars and indie icons and collaborated with Suede legend Bernard Butler on her stunning 2013 self-titled album, the inimitable Natalie McCool returns with brand new single ‘Fortress’. Ahead of her single release, Natalie took on the A-Z Challenge!
More Bands Added to 2000 Trees Festival
2000trees Festival has announce its 4th full wave of bands for the huge 2016 event, happening over weekend of 7/8/9 July.
AS IT IS – NEVER HAPPY, EVER AFTER (DELUXE EDITION)
Being already familiar with the original album (and having some personal favourites from there), I didn’t expect any less from the bonus tracks of the Deluxe Edition of Never Happy, Ever After .
A History of Slam Dunk Festival
2016 marks the tenth year of Slam Dunk Festival. The festival has quickly become the UK’s premier touring festival, almost being likened as the younger British cousin of America’s massive Vans Warped Tour. To celebrate and to get you more excited for this year’s May bank holiday shenanigans, we take a look back at the festival from its inauguration in 2006 right up to what you can expect from 2016.