Throughout the current pandemic, life as we know it has drastically changed, and we’ve all had to adapt to a new ‘normal’. Consequently, the music industry is suffering badly, affecting artists and bands worldwide, alongside teams working behind the scenes, and many other areas of support.
Latest news and updates from across the British rock and metal world. Typically, festival line-ups and fun new initiatives.
Subscribe to our new music playlist, which we started back in June. Every week, we add a batch of new songs from new bands all over the world, some of which we’ve previously covered on the website but others that are even brand new to us.
Today, we have reached the milestone of the 1,000th article to be published on GigRadar. Since setting the site up from scratch in August 2016, we’ve covered new bands from all over the world and I’m pleased to say that numbers are only on the rise.
Two university students are on a mission to empower and support independent musicians. So we invited Josh Murphy and Lewis Daggers-Smith to write a guest blog on the Infinite Vibrations project.
It’s been a successful year of new music for GigRadar with 332 posts getting 32,972 views from 22,668 visitors and a 46.5% increase in views on 2018.
We may pride ourselves on discovering the best new rock and metal talent around the world, but last night we mixed things up a little by heading to an EDM night in Santiago.
Having set up this website in London three years ago, we’ve featured a whole host of bands from not only the UK but all over the world. Now, we’re looking … Continue reading GigRadar Goes Global…
We recently introduced you to young Birmingham rock solo artist Charlie Georgio, who is one of many products of the HQ Recording Studio and HQ Familia record label. We invited the HQ guys to write a guest blog explaining their mission, what they’ve achieved and some of the inspirational stories behind some of the artists they’ve been working with.
One of the best days in the British music calendar has now been doubled to two days as Camden Rocks Festival welcomes 400 bands over 20 venues next weekend (1 and 2 June).
We invited Krystian Hudson, co-founder of Society of Losers Records, to inspire you with his tale of founding and establishing an independent record label.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last 20 years, you’ll know that the music industry is changing. Fast. In fact, modern life generally is changing exponentially as … Continue reading The Final Clause of Tacitus reveal exciting animated album project
This year’s Camden Rocks Festival will be headlined by punk rock turned folk singer/songwriter Frank Turner.