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Saturday Day Tickets for Reading Festival now SOLD OUT

Saturday Day Tickets for Reading Festival now SOLD OUT! Five headliners over three days, over 200 acts announced across one bank holiday weekend 26th-28th August 2016. With just over 7 weeks to go until the gates open for Reading and Leeds 2016, Saturday Day Tickets for

Interview // Press To MECO

PRESS TO MECO reflect on their past and discuss their debut album as well as future plans. On a very busy day, in the hustle and bustle of Camden Rocks Festival, I caught up with the three-piece – Press To MECO. Alright, with the 2/3 of the band to

Interview // BLACK FOXXES

It is all about music at the end of the day – BLACK FOXXES reflect on their past experiences and discuss their upcoming debut album. A while back, at Camden Rocks Festival, I caught up with Exeter’s trio, Black Foxxes to talk about their highly anticipated

DMA’S New Music Video // “Timeless”

DMA’S unveil new music video for their latest single Timeless. The following was filmed during a weekly jazz event held at The Globe in Morning Lane, Hackney, London – says the opening line, which means, DMA’S had to come all this way down to get a proper

WHITE LIES Announce New Album “Friends”

WHITE LIES reveal first single to be taken from their new album Friends. After three consecutive Top 5 albums, White Lies now announce that they will release their fourth album Friends later this year. For many reasons it feels like a fresh start. The trio were temporarily without

THE AMAZONS New Music Video // “Nightdriving”

THE AMAZONS share new music video for their latest single Nightdriving. The Amazons‘ infectious track Nightdriving has finally got an intoxicating and stirring visual accompaniment. Filmed and directed by Matt Goff, the video follows frontman Matt Thomson in the back of a car following a night out – a

ALEXIS KINGS New EP Review // “Squire”

ALEXIS KINGS release new EP Squire. If you’re still lookong for that summery soundtrack, then you just have found one. New Squire EP sees Alexis Kings shift imperceptibly towards more melodic sounds and higher-energy guitar hooks. A differing selection of upbeat rhythms and slower tempos with each