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NEW MUSIC: Metal Church ‘It’s Time for UK Worship’

Heavy metal titans Metal Church are very pleased to announce that they will be returning to our UK shores in June, for a five date long run. They will be touring in celebration of latest studio album ‘XI’, which was released last year via Nuclear Blast. The tour kicks off at legendary London venue the Camden Underworld on 20th June, taking the five piece to Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin, before finishing… Keep Reading


Run to the Hills: The Iron Maidens are back in town!

After their triumphant UK debut in 2016, the world’s one and only all-female Iron Maiden tribute return to our shores in October, and this time they’re here to conquer the land of their idols beyond London. Frontwoman Kirsten Chickinson can’t hide her excitement: ‘Having played the UK last year – and even getting to meet some of the original members of Iron Maiden – was a dream come true. So… Keep Reading


Subterranean Festival 2017

The line-up for the first ever Subterranean Festival, a brand new indie and rock festival in the heart of Cambridge which takes place on Saturday 23 September, has just been announced. Headlining the Underworld stage are Scottish three-piece rock band The Amorettes who will be bringing their distinctive style to the Festival. Since they exploded onto the music scene with the release of their album Game On, they have toured… Keep Reading


Cream Fields 2016: The Full Line up

Following its 7th consecutive sell-out last year, the UK’s No.1 dance festival Creamfields returns this summer and with a 4th day added has officially become the world’s biggest electronic music festival! The multi award winning Creamfields is undoubtedly a rite of passage for any electronic music fan or artist, with over 70,000 fans flocking from around the world every August Bank Holiday to witness performances from some of the biggest… Keep Reading


IBIZA: Cream’s Final Line Up Announced

The award winning Cream is preparing for another momentous summer season as it returns to Amnesia to take over Thursday nights on the white isle for fifteen parties starting 9th June through to 15th September, featuring an array of world class talent, debut performances and legendary residents. As the longest running UK club brand on the island which celebrates its 21 year residency at Amnesia this year, the global dance… Keep Reading


2016 Music Festivals Guide – The Smaller But Cooler Festivals

With the larger music festivals now pretty much sold out, costing a bomb and some lines ups like V just looking shamefully pants – we had a look at some of the smaller music festivals which still have tickets available, wont break the bank and all in all – probably a little cooler. Music festivals in the Uk are now renowned around the world for their creativity and their clout in… Keep Reading


New Music From Colour & Gig Announcements

COLOUR – NEW SINGLE ‘NOWHERE’ OUT NOW! LIVE DATES IN MANCHESTER & LONDON  KENDAL CALLING FESTIVAL SLOT ANNOUNCED  “Widescreen chiming indie” – Shortlist “COLOUR have a cinematic sensibility, one drawn towards huge venues and open spaces – don’t bet against them getting there.” – Clash “A new band that genuinely excites me” – Simon Boyle, Sunday Mirror Having burst on to the music scene last year with debut single ‘Strangers’, COLOUR returned last month, with a brand new track.… Keep Reading

Reading Leeds Line Up 2016

Reading Leeds Line Up 2016

Reading Leeds Line Up 2016 Announced Reading Leeds Line Up 2016 has been announced and its looking pretty awesome! Which are you going to? Leeds, Reading? both? the full line up is now starting to look like: Biffy Clyro (co-headline). Fall Out Boy (co-headline). Chvrches. The Vaccines. A$AP Rocky. HAIM. Jack Garratt. The Wombats. Lower Than Atlantis. Asking Alexandria. The Dillinger Escape Plan. Travi$ Scott. G-Eazy. Skindred. Five Finger Death… Keep Reading


T In The Park – Line Up Announced

T in the Park have just announced their headliners (Calvin Harris and Red Hot Chili Peppers join The Stone Roses) and a range of other acts including LCD Soundsystem, Jamie xx, Rat Boy and Catfish & The Bottlemen. Following last year’s festival, which hit the new Strathallan site with logistical issues, feared osprey disturbances and a guy who pretended he was trapped in a tent. Keep Reading

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