Our Tuesday Tunes playlists highlights some of the best singles from across the alternative music world.
Tuesday Tunes is our weekly round-up of some of the best new singles from across the alternative music world.
Here is our weekly round-up of some of the recently announced records from across the alternative music world.
Tuesday Tunes is our weekly roundup of the best new music from across the alternative world.
It is looking good for Slam Dunk Festival to return in 2021 to celebrate their 15th anniversary! Here we look at the latest additions to the line-up!
Download Festival returned for a Download Pilot event as part of the UK Government's second phase of live event testing. 10,000 happy Downloaders were able to return to the home of rock - Donington Park - for a more intimate three-day camping festival. For those of us who couldn't make it, here is a round-up of the weekend.
The finalists for Heavy Music Awards 2021 have been revealed and voting is now open! Anyone aged 18 and over who votes will be entered to win tickets to the awards ceremony later this year!
In this week's Tuesday Tunes we bring you a whole host of new singles from all across the alternative music world!
In this week's roundup of newly announced records, we cover a wide range of forthcoming releases from across the alternative music world.
As we are getting closer to normal, we are seeing more tour announcements for artists returning to live music! Here we give you a round-up of some of the newly announced tours!
Silverstein have brought the live experience to your living room with their three-part concert series Out Of This World. However, the band are completely aware that it’s not the same, so they’ve spiced it up a little.
This is the fifth full length release from Polish instrumental post rock trio Tides From Nebula. It sees the band delving into cinematic landscapes of swirling synthesizers and hypnotic rhythms. Instrumental music can be a very tricky thing to pull off, especially one based in such a minimalist sub-genre as post-rock. The ability to keep the listeners attention without a central focal point like a vocalist is challenge enough, without throwing the baby of traditional song structures out with the bath water.
It was that time of year again, Reading Festival rolls into the Berkshire area to deliver three days of one of the most diverse line-up instalments you are likely to see at a UK festival. Amassing genres from pop sensations to Hardcore, all the way to pop punk and grime. As the sun soaked Richfield Avenue, we were at Reading Festival 2019 and we were ready to be entertained. From the fun of seeing Dreamers, it was now time to head over to the Main Stage to go and see pop queen, Charli XCX.
August bank holiday is the weekend where music lovers of all types head to one place; Reading and Leeds. In this case, we will be attending Reading Festival on the Friday and we cannot wait to take to the field and see some of our favourite artists as well as checking out the latest and greatest upcoming talents who will be vying to impress and stake their claim as the attendee's new favourite band.
Jot Maxi of Hacktivist speaks about new album Hyperdialect, the meaning behind the record and having Mew as a starter Pokemon...
Our A-Z challenge is a fun way to get to know the many bands and artists out there. Here its the turn of One Morning Left to tell us all about themselves (and their love for Tokyo)
Our A-Z challenge is a fun way to get to know the many bands and artists around. Here its the turn of Swedish horror metal band Mister Misery to tell us all about themselves!
Our A-Z challenge is a fun way to get to know the many bands and artists out there. Here its the turn of The Final Clause of Tacitus to tell us all about themselves.
Our A-Z challenge is a fun way to get to know the many bands and artists out there. Here its the turn of Seb from Them Bloody Kids to tell us all about the band!