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Monthly Archives: January 2019

Jaws 2019

JAWS Share New Single ‘Do You Remember’

JAWS are back to prompt us that they still have the goods with their brand new track Do You Remember.  Taken form their long-awaited third album, The Ceiling, set to drop on April 5th, Do You Remember follows the band’s 2018 single and album opener Driving

Standon Calling 2019

Standon Calling Announces New Wave of Acts for 2019

Nile Rodgers & CHIC and Wolf Alice lead the new announcement for Standon Calling 2019. Nile Rodgers & CHIC and Wolf Alice are set to join the previously announced headliner Rag’n’Bone Man. Echo & The Bunnymen, IDLES, Lewis Capaldi, Kate Nash, The Big Moon, Band Of Skulls, Sea

Kendal Calling 2019

Kendal Calling Announces Huge 2019 Line-Up

Courteeners, Doves, Manic Street Preachers, Nile Rodgers & Chic and Orbital top the bill of Kendal Calling 2019. After selling out for thirteen years in a row, Kendal Calling has announced another huge line-up for 2019. Courteeners, Doves, Manic Street Preachers, Nile Rodgers & Chic and Orbital will headline a four-day weekend of music, arts, comedy, food and drink in the Lake

slam dunk 2019

Slam Dunk Festival Adds More Names to 2019 Line-Up

Plain White T’s, Hellogoodbye, Touche Amore, Lights and more have been announced for Slam Dunk 2019. Slam Dunk Festival has revealed another 10 names for the UK’s favourite alternative all-dayer, including Plain White T’s, Hellogoodbye, Touche Amore, Lights, Tigers Jaw, Microwave, Wallflower, Wage War, Employed To Serve and Our Hollow

Hobby Club 2019

HOBBY CLUB Release Debut Single ‘For Maurice’

For Maurice is the debut catchy and sun soaked track from London based duo Hobby Club that will have some premature summer vibes flowing into your ears. Hobby Club, aka Beth Truscott and Joe Rose, have shared For Maurice, the first single from their debut EP Video Days coming

Fling 2018

FLING Share New Single ‘Revolution’

Unleashing into 2019, is Bradford five piece FLING with their explosive new track Revolution. Drenched in psych rock sensibilities, FLING have definitely nailed the brief. Gigantic guitar moments and vocals that will have you want to sing/yell along to, it makes you feel like you