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Monthly Archives: February 2018

Kendal Calling Announces 2018 Line-Up

Catfish and the Bottlemen, The Libertines and Run DMC to headline this year’s Kendal Calling. Award-winning festival Kendal Calling is set to return to Lake District with a huge 2018 line-up. Catfish and the Bottlemen, The Libertines, Run DMC and Hacienda Classical have been confirmed as this year’s headliners. Joining the bill are James, Shed Seven,

BEARINGS Unveil Video for ‘Letters Home’

Canadian pop-punk quintet Bearings have released a great dose of nostalgia in their latest visuals for Letters Home. Bearings have shared new video for their brilliant song, Letters Home, taken from their EP, Nothing Here Is Permanent, released last year. Singer Doug Cousins says of the

MILESTONES Announce Debut Album ‘Red Lights’

The band unveils music video for first single Paranoid. Milestones are set to release their debut full-length, Red Lights, on February 23rd via Fearless Records. Frontman Matt Clark says: ‘Red Lights’ is about using the demons in your mind to become the best version of yourself you

MOVEMENTS Announce First Ever UK Headline Tour

California’s Movements are set to embark on first ever UK tour this Spring. Following the release of their fantastic debut album, Feel Something, last year, Movements are finally coming over to the UK and Europe for a string of live shows. Tickets go on sale

Live: THE MAINE // The Corner Hotel, Melbourne

“Last time we were here, we were young and now we are old” – The Maine made the roughly 8-thousand-mile journey to blow up a small but iconic venue in Melbourne on Friday night. “Last time we played here it was half the amount of

Live: DEAD! // 100 Club, London

It’s beautiful how a DEAD! gig can make you feel so alive. Taking on London’s eminent The 100 Club, Dead! prove why they’re one of the most prominent new bands on the horizon. Hailing from Southampton, the now London based quartet brings the power of

DRANGSAL Announces New Album ‘Zores’

Two years after the release of his debut, Harieschaim, Drangsal (aka. Max Gruber) is set to return bigger and better with his sophomore effort, Zores. Zores sees Gruber stretch his wings both musically and lyrically. Still encompassing the 80’s mantra of chord progressions, he combines towering riffs with classic pop