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).
Emo power-pop rockers Hot Milk may have only just released their debut single, but they’ve already supported the likes of You Me At Six and Enter Shikari and are due to kick off a nationwide tour with Deaf Havana on Friday (15 March).
Belgian punk rockers Mountains To Move are not a band that you’ll find taking themselves too seriously. Having started out as merely a fun drunken evening project, the Antwerp quartet … Continue reading Introducing: Mountains To Move
After a brief hiatus following their debut record, Leamington Spa rockers TrueHeights are back armed with new music that has the potential to propel them right to the top of … Continue reading New Band of the Week: TrueHeights
Having gigged relentlessly across their home city of Nottingham, Say The Word are bringing their catchy rock meets punk sound to a wider audience with Saturday’s launch of new single … Continue reading Introducing: Say The Word
I’d heard good things before heading to my first 2000 Trees Festival last weekend with ‘chilled,’ ‘a really cool vibe’ and ‘a great lineup’ among the superlatives that had been … Continue reading Gig Review: 2000 Trees Festival – Friday
When a rock legend of the ilk of Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford goes out of his way to champion a new band, you can rest assured that you’re dealing … Continue reading Introducing: Deadset Dream
The Internet is a weird and wonderful thing which, among its plentiful positives and negatives, excels in bringing like-minded people together – and Derbyshire rockers Those Who Knew are testament to … Continue reading Introducing: Those Who Knew