As part of our collab with Wessex Scene, Alex Read discusses how different parts of the world react to live performances.
Live editor, Jo Lisney, tells us what her ultimate playlist is to get her in the mood for cleaning the house.
Alice takes us through this weeks releases.
Howdy, everyone! After a brief 2 week break due to the stresses of uni (woohoo…
News Editor Sam Pegg rounds up an eventful week of news that sees hopeful sequels, bands reunited and a growing MCU.
Records editor, Alice Fortt, reflects on the many times that they have seen Muse. Alice offers up their perspective on why a venue concert for this rock band goes above and beyond what you get at a festival when you see Muse.
As part of our extended 80s celebrations, Harry Fortuna looks back at AC/DC’s iconic album Back in Black, released 38 years ago today.
Corrie David takes you through her highlights of the final day of Reading Festival (27/08/17).
Haters back off! Axl Rose’s manager is having none of it.
AC/DC’s first international studio album, High Voltage, was released 40 years ago today on 30th April 1976.
The band have teamed up with MusiCares to help protect fans’ hearing at upcoming shows, following news that AC/DC’s lead singer has been advised to stop performing live.
The likes of AC/DC, Fleetwood Mac, Hozier, and The Overtones have shows this week (30/06/15-05/07/15)