Don Broco turn it up in London with support from Issues and Neck Deep

Oh what a night – Issues kill it with their support set, Neck Deep are always a treat and Don Broco light up Wembley Arena.  Having released their latest record Technology early last year, Don Broco are still riding that high and bringing it to arenas across the UK with support from Issues and Neck Deep. We…

Read More

Lucero play us their new record at The Garage

Among The Ghosts is as stellar live as it is on your record player.  Co-produced and engineered by Grammy Award winner Matt Ross­Spang (Jason Isbell, Margo Price, Drive­by Truckers), Among The Ghosts was recorded in the band’s hometown of Memphis, TN at the historic Sam Phillips Recording Service. Using the album’s title track to kick off…

Read More

Flogging Molly, The Bronx and more deliver punk extravaganza for Fireball tour

Flogging Molly deliver a fiery kick-off to Fireball’s Fueling the Fire tour 2018.  Sounds like a lot of fire? Well, that’s because there was – a line-up made of punk rock dreams lit O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire up. With support from Face To Face, The Bronx and more, Flogging Molly brought their Celtic punk fun…

Read More

The Dirty Nil share video for ‘Pain Of Infinity’

Taken off their recently released stellar record Master Volume.  Just last week Canadian rockers The Dirty Nil played a special one-off show at London’s Moth Club, and celebrated the release of the video for new single, Pain of Infinity, from their critically acclaimed record, Master Volume. The video, directed by Mitch Barnes and Victor Malang, sees…

Read More

Circa Waves release cult film inspired music video for ‘Movies’

The single is taken from their upcoming new record What’s It Like Over There? Circa Waves have unveiled their brilliantly executed and highly entertaining video for latest single Movies, which sees the band expertly act out scenes from a variety of blockbuster films, from American hit comedy Wayne’s World, to academy-winning classics like A Clockwork Orange…

Read More

Covet set to tour the UK next month

The tour comes in support of their new record effloresce.  San Francisco trio, Covet, will tour the UK next month supporting Polyphia. The band, who released new album effloresce last summer on Triple Crown Records. Without using a single word, COVET’s music says so much. On their new release effloresce, the Bay Area trio effortlessly blend instrumental math-rock…

Read More

As It Is slay their biggest ever headline show in London

The band took over O2 Forum Kentish Town last weekend with support from Courage My Love, Holding Absence and Trash Boat. 2018 has been a huge year for Brighton pop-punks As It Is with the release of their career-defining record The Great Depression. To celebrate its release, the band took the album on the road across the UK,…

Read More

Dead Reynolds at Camden’s Black Heart

Last November, the alt-rock five-piece toured the UK in support of their debut single Dust.  Dead Reynolds is a new project brings together former members of Phoenix Calling and The First, who have previously gained support from Kerrang! Magazine, Kerrang! Radio and Rock Sound. Just a few weeks ago, they headed out on their first ever…

Read More

Not long now until Springsteen on Broadway comes to Netflix and your stereo

The album and Netflix documentary are out later this month.  Columbia Records will release the Springsteen On Broadway soundtrack album on 14 December, featuring the songs and stories from Tony Award winner Bruce Springsteen’s historic 236-show run at Jujamcyn’s Walter Kerr Theatre. Consisting of the complete audio from the upcoming ‘Springsteen On Broadway’ Netflix release, the…

Read More

Ain’t no party like an Arkells party

Our favourite Canadians came back to London town and reminded us why we missed them so much in the first place.  Having recently released their brand new album Rally Cry, Hamilton heroes Arkells returned to the UK for a special headline tour including a show at London’s Heaven with support from theatrical punks Felix Hagen &…

Read More