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Speaking To Tarek From Spring King!
The Kings of Spring (or Summer judging from what we have heard!) are gearing up to release their debut album in nine days (10th June). ‘Tell Me If You Like To’ is sure to be a summer sing-along hit and Tarek took some time to talk to Ruby about the latest from Spring King HQ!
Essex isn’t usually known for it’s indie/emo offerings but this time it’s been kind and given us the gift of Bodyheat. Coming in strong with their debut single, ‘Hold On’, Bodyheat draws influences from bands like Turnover and Pity Sex whilst still very much sounding unique and fresh.
Bands You Cannot Miss At 2000 Trees Festival 2016 Part One!
We thought that we would help you out solving the ‘Who Should I See’ conundrum by providing you a ‘Bands You Cannot Miss At 2000 Trees Festival 2016’ guide. Here is the first wave of bands who deserve your attention at the festival…
Wheatus @ Genting Arena, Birmingham
Helen Messenger took some awesome shots of Wheatus when they supported Busted in Birmingham.
Palm Honey @ Joiners, Southampton
Chloe Brehaut took some shots of Palm Honey when the supported Yak at The Joiners in Southampton.
We Chat To Heyrocco!
Heyrocco are a trio of cool cats from South Carolina, who deliver the sweetest blend of grunge you’ve heard in a long time. Their slacker meets garage rock style is perked up by infectious pop choruses and quirky lyrics that often are sing-along infused anthems. On the flipside, Heyrocco also have the ability to write […]
Only Shadows – Be Still (Single)
Formed in late 2014, Only Shadows have been described as one of the “UK’s most exciting rising bands” by BBC introducing. 2016 is set to be a big year of the guys who will release their debut EP in the spring. They have just recently released their single “Be Still” along with a music video for the track.
Brick + Mortar at The Boulder Theater
When someone offered me an extra ticket to see The Front Bottoms in Boulder, CO, I leapt at the opportunity. I drove upstate to attend the show and waited around the back of the crowd for the headliners to come on. From here, I had a beautiful view of the most entertaining opening performance I’ve ever seen.
Helen Love say Thank You Polystyrene
Welsh indie bubblegum-punk legends Helen Love have unveiled the video for new track Thank You Poly Styrene. The track is taken from the trio’s eight studio album Smash Hits, set for release on May 20 via Alcopop Records.
Tiny Moving Parts – Celebrate | Track By Track
Formed by brothers Matthew and Billy Chevalier and cousin Dylan Mattheisen, from Benson, Minnesota. The album gives you a major pop punk feel across the 10 tracks and Kirsty gave her thoughts – track by track!
The Appleseed Cast announce UK anniversary tour!
American rock band The Appleseed Cast are celebrating the record store day reissue of their critically acclaimed 2006 album Peregrine with a UK tour. The influential band formed in 1996 and helped to pioneer the emo movement in the late 1990s.
MODERN BASEBALL – HOLY GHOST
“It’s nice to hear Modern Baseball’s success story, from college students to selling albums worldwide and I’m certain they’ll bring us more albums just as great as Holy Ghost in the future” – Emily Clark
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.
TRACK OF THE DAY – Sad Blood – The Worriers
After releasing the first single from their forthcoming EP a couple weeks back, Sad Blood are swinging for six again with a new video for their track ‘The Worriers’. Filmed on a total budget of £0, Sad Blood prove you don’t need big money to make a video that’s both fun and righteous.
Gearing Up For Camden Rocks Festival!
The festival season is about to start, so get your camping gear ready, book those camper vans and don’t forget your suntan lotion or extra clothes for the mud and rain…..if that’s your thing of course. But, if you prefer the cover of a good old music venue that helps to keep live music alive, then June 4th is the date for your diary.
It’s the Camden Rock festival.