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FOUR YEAR STRONG // Slam Dunk Festival 2018

The pop punk legends, swapped their home state of Massachusetts for a typically hot and muggy British field north of London where they blasted out the classics to an excitable crowd at the Jägermeister Main Stage. Full of crowd surfers and shoulder sitters, the crowd

BEN KHAN Shares Dystopian Self-Directed Video for ‘2000 Angels’

Ben Khan appears to have embraced 2018 with welcoming arms as he releases his new single 2000 Angels. 2000 Angels is the first single to be taken from his long overdue debut album, due for release in summer 2018 via Dirty Hit Records. The track is accompanied by a self directed video,

Live: CREWEL INTENTIONS // Sebright Arms, London

With the bare minimal of a cryptic Instagram account and a Facebook page lost in the shadow of echo chambers, Crewel Intentions’ online trail is barely visible. With no music out the band relies on the old school word of mouth and the attraction of mystery

HAPPYNESS Share New Track ‘Bigger Glass Less Full’

The band’s long awaited new album Write In is due to be released in the next few weeks. Having kept fans waiting long enough since their debut release in 2014, Happyness have teased their upcoming album by releasing new song Bigger Glass Less Full. Sharing their

The Live Lounge Month – week 3

Thank God, the third week of the Live Lounge was much better than the previous one. The beginning of it, at least. I’ve just been getting this weird feeling, though it’s not over yet, that the last year was greater and just bigger and totally wonderful.

The Live Lounge Month – week 2

Alright, it’s Monday so let’s catch up quickly. The Live Lounge Month continues and the second week is just behind us. Have a look at these (almost all) brilliant covers. Unluckily, we’ve got some bad ones this time. Perhaps, it’s just me so I’ll leave it

The Live Lounge Month – week 1

September. The Live Lounge Month. Which means – live lounge every day! In case you missed it check all the brilliant performances from the very first week. Hozier magnificent as always. Never ceases to amaze me. Jess Glynne quite good. But I’ve seen her in a