MVT is calling on the Prime Minister to cancel Festival of Britain

The funds should instead be used to support the grassroots venues and events industry currently at risk.  The government has committed £120 million to delivering an event that no one in the public has demanded, and many sectors of the public simply do not want. It has little backing in the cultural and creative industries…

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Larkin Poe announce new album ‘Self Made Man’

The new record is set for release on 1 May 2020 via Tricki-Woo Records.  GRAMMY® Award-nominated sister duo Larkin Poe have released the new single She’s A Self Made Man, which is the first track from their eagerly awaited new album, Self Made Man, due out Friday 1 May via their own Tricki-Woo Records. The…

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Here’s how you can support artist during the COVID-19 crisis

Suggestion No 1 – don’t moan about shows getting canceled or postponed.  It sucks having a show you’ve been looking forward to for weeks or even months or years (cue My Chemical Romance reunion tears) canceled or postponed, but listen up: this is serious, artists and management are not taking these decisions lightly so here’s…

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High Fives with … Introvert

Newcastle punks Introvert spoke to us about their hot new EP Mending Breaking. Following the release of their infectious singles Somewhere Else and Dreamers late last year, Newcastle punks Introvert have released their highly-anticIpated EP Mending Breaking via UNFD last month. Capturing the rollercoaster of emotions that comes with trying to deal with your demons, Mending Breaking…

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High Fives with … The Homeless Gospel Choir

We spoke to Derek Zanetti about This Land Is Your Landfill, punk and more The Homeless Gospel Choir, has just recently announced a brand new full-length record, This Land Is Your Landfill, due out 24 April 2020 on Hassle Records. You can get a taste of this new album with Young and in Love a blast of…

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The Glorious Sons announce Club Show at London’s Omeara

The show comes just ahead of the band’s appearance at Download Festival.  2019 saw The Glorious Sons release their feisty new album A War On Everything followed by a lengthy European tour. In addition to their Download Festival appearance on 12 June and a new single Closer To The Sky the band have just announced a club…

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Margo Price announces new album ‘That’s How Rumors Get Started’

Check out her new single Twinkle Twinkle now.  Margo Price releases her highly-anticipated new album, That’s How Rumors Get Started, 8 May on Loma Vista Recordings, an album that commits her sky-high and scorching rock-and-roll show to record for the very first time. Margo also shares new single Twinkle Twinkle, with an accompanying video by director Matthew…

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Neck Deep are back with a new album

Get all the details on All Distortions Are Intentional, out 24 July via Hopeless Records. On the heels of the trio of records that turned them from underground heroes to breakout stars, All Distortions Are Intentional is the biggest and boldest step yet in the creative evolution of Neck Deep. No mere collection of songs, All Distortions…

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2000 Trees add 36 more bands

Including Beach Slang, Nova Twins, Spanish Love Songs and many more.  2000Trees Festival have announced 36 new bands to the already stellar lineup of Jimmy Eat World, Knocked Loose, Creeper, Hot Milk & more. Following on from their recent hugely acclaimed new album The Deadbeat Bang of Heartbreak City, as well as a European tour…

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Arkells release new single ‘Years In The Making’

It’s the jam 2020 needed, listen to it now.  “You never know when the universe will deliver a tune from the song gods, but Years In The Making arrived just when we needed it” remarks Arkells’ frontman Max Kerman in response to the first new music from the band since 2018’s acclaimed Rally Cry; an…

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