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Monster Truck To Have Pop-Up Old Sarum Tattoo Booths on April UK Tour

Next month, Monster Truck will be returning to the UK as part of their April-May European Headline run, and to celebrate this Old Sarum Tattoo’s will be setting up pop-up booths to bookend the tour at the Bristol and London shows. Monster Truck will be joined across all dates by their Edmonton friends, Royal Tusk. Sometimes there is the dilemma of where to meet up before a gig. Well, for… Keep Reading

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Elles Bailey Releases Her Double A Side, Video And Is Announced To Play Ramblin’ Man

Elles Bailey released her double A-side single recently. The tracks come from her second album Road I Call Home (which will be released on 8th March 2019). To celebrate, Elles also announces today that she is confirmed to play at Ramblin’ Man Fair July 21st  alongside Beth Hart on the blues stage!  Over the past three years, Elles has arrived on the scene and single-handily built an international following by constantly touring, and promoting… Keep Reading

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The Amazons, SWX Bristol

Bristol; It’s Saturday night, it’s the last night of the tour, lets Paaaarttyyy! Last night of The Amazons headlining tour and its a sell out! SWX, Bristol was packed to the rafters, all were here to see Reading boys, The Amazons, such has been there meteoric rise, the last time they played Bristol 12 months previous was a much smaller venue. The Crofters Rights and 80 people were there to… Keep Reading

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Monster Truck, The Marble Factory, Bristol

Monster Truck opened their UK leg of their Truckin’ Heavy tour in Bristol tonight Monster Truck brings their own brand of Southern and blues rock from Ontario, Canada and went down very well with the crowd at The Marble Factory. Supporting them on the UK leg of the tour was The Picturebooks, who as someone in the audience decided sounded like “a heavy version of the white stripes”. I’m not… Keep Reading

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Super Fury Animals, The O2 Bristol

The Welsh band Super Furry Animals were the closest Britpop came to the adventuring spirit of the Beatles/pink flyod. Their indie rock, psychedelic pop, dance, country, glam and space-folk mashup was as pioneering as their aesthetic was madcap – they sang witty songs about unicorns and alien abductions, toured festivals in an army tank, filled stages with milk floats and yetis! I never forget seeing them at Glastonbury festival back… Keep Reading

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