Bullet For My Valentine, As It Is and Simple Plan are all playing at this year’s Slam Dunk Festival.
Festival season is here! Check out Jo Lisney’s top picks for Camden Rocks Festival.
Maddie Lock and Morgan McMillan review Black Honey’s sold out gig at The Joiners.
Hilary Ip gets hyped to see Body Type at Heartbreakers.
“To be able to give it over to listeners and have them make it into their thing rather than ours was a pretty cathartic moment” – An Interview with Jock Norton of Puppy
Jock Norton, one third of the mosh-inducing band Puppy, talks debut albums and festival season with Jed Wareham.
Jo Lisney discusses the reasons why she no longer uses her phone during gigs.
Tash Williamson wonders whether onstage personas hold up after the birth of social media.
Has Lewis Capaldi harnessed the power of social media to his advantage? Writer Jed Wareham discusses.
Georgie Holmes reviews James Blake’s eclectic and exciting gig at Eventim Apollo in London.
Theo Smith has a brief chat with Mini Mansions’ keyboardist Tyler Parkford.
Jed Wareham reviews Puppy’s triumphant return to the South coast.
Mini Mansions and Body Type are among the bands performing in Southampton this month.
12 years on from the release of Hand Built by Robots and hit single ‘Dream Catch Me’, Newton Faulkner proves to still be at the top of his game.