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Maisie Peters - Scala - GIG GOER - 2019

Live: MAISIE PETERS // Scala, London

Maisie Peters embarks on her debut headline UK tour. Maisie Peters prances onto the stage. Her voice is surreal, the crowd hanging onto every word she sings, dancing along to the uplifting beat. Early in the set Maisie plays a new song which is about

Drool 2019

DROOL Unveil New Single ‘Junkyard’

The fast rising London four piece Drool have released new single Junkyard, bringing together the best of their grunge influences to create their own gritty sound. With echoing, spacey guitar and enticing vocals Drool are bringing back the best parts of the 90s with their own

Lady Bird 2019

LADY BIRD Share Video for ‘LOVE’

Sparkly and quirky, Kent trio Lady Bird have released a new music video for LOVE.  LOVE is hard hitting and full of power, with a punky vibe and jumpy beats. Lady Bird have already hit the ground running, with catchy and boisterous singles like this

Jaws - Electric Ballroom - GIG GOER - 2019

Live: JAWS // Electric Ballroom, London

Following the release of their third album, The Ceiling, JAWS took to the stage at Electric Ballroom for a thrilling performance. On record JAWS‘ music is full of character but live it really comes to life. Emitting angst and vibrancy, the band brings a brilliant

Hollywood Undeadd - O2 Brixton - London - GIG GOER - 2019

Live: HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD // O2 Academy Brixton, London

LA rap rock titans Hollywood Undead return to the UK for a string of blazing shows. Matt Oloffson takes to the stage first, playing alone before the rest of Hollywood Undead riot onto Brixton Academy’s stage. The band is electric with energy, with unparalleled stage presence from

Halfnoise 2019

HALFNOISE Release Video for ‘Who Could You Be’

Psychedelic pop outfit HALFNOISE have shared 60s-inspired visuals for their latest single Who Could You Be.  With a groovy beat and intriguing use of synth HALFNOISE have created an exciting new single worth listening to. Who Could You Be showcases the band’s transition into psych-rock, entering with