Southampton Uni’s own Takedown Festival showed why it’s still the best indoor alternative festival around with this year’s stellar line-up.
Author Lizzie Cooper-Smith
All Time Low and You Me At Six’s co-headline Valentine’s Day date at the O2 Arena is a resounding success.
Welsh sextet The Blackout will return to this year’s Takedown Festival one last time, after previously headlining the event in 2013.
Now on their eighth studio release, Papa Roach show no signs of waning.
You Me At Six and All Time Low will play a co-headline date at London’s O2 Arena this Valentine’s Day.
Takedown Festival returns to Southampton this march for its fourth year, and features a varied and exciting lineup.
All Time Low’s new album is titled Future Hearts and will be released in April this year.
Fightstar play their first show in four years at the Forum, delivering a spectacular performance.
Welsh sextet The Blackout have announced that they will be splitting up after one final tour in March next year.
The Edge takes a look back at Jay-Z and Linkin Park’s ‘Collision Course’, 10 years after its initial release.
Linkin Park stormed London’s O2 Arena, proving that they are still one of the most exciting bands around today.
Two decades after its release, Green Day’s Dookie still remains one of the greatest albums of alternative music.
Fightstar will play a 10 year anniversary date at the London Forum on 16th December.
Linkin Park will headline the O2 Arena, London, on the fifteenth leg of their sixteen-leg European tour, finishing with a second headline date at the same venue.