OneRepublic release the video today for ‘Start Again’ ft. Logic The single is available now via all digital retailers.Continue reading »
TRIGGER HAPPY – Sex Pistol Glen Matlock On Enjoying Life As A Solo Performer, As He Releases New Album ‘Good To Go’
Sex Pistols – you go years without encountering one – and then three come along at once. No sooner had EP’s Matt Catchpole finished recounting the exploits […]Continue reading »
For several years Hanson have dropped hints about their next big musical project.
String Theory was conceived long before The Middle Of Everywhere Tour took off, as Hanson contemplated a symphonized tour for their celebration of 25 years, in 25 cities, with 25 symphonies and their songs given a full orchestral work out.
WAITING TO EXHALE – Kristin Hersh Showcases New Track ‘Breathe In’ Ahead of Meltdown Appearance And UK Dates
Kristin Hersh plays a sold out show at London’s Meltdown on Thursday (June 21) – the latest leg of a UK tour to promote her new solo […]Continue reading »
Counting Crows are to headline The O2 Arena as part of this autumn’s BluesFest.Continue reading »
GABRIELLE ANNOUNCES FIVE SPECIAL INTIMATE ALBUM LAUNCH SHOWS AHEAD OF ‘UNDER MY SKIN’, OUT 17TH AUGUST
The record-breaking, multi-million selling, chart-topping superstar Gabrielle is back. This year not only will she release her new album, join Rick Astley on his mammoth UK tour, she’ll also play five very special, intimate shows in support of ‘Under My Skin’.Continue reading »
The multi-platinum-selling coronas will roll out new music ahead of upcoming North American shows, with first tour date Lollapalooza Festival debut on August 5.Continue reading »
Holy Holy originally formed to play Latitude Festival in 2013, and have continued to tour around the world. They’re touring the UK in 2019, commencing February 8 in York, and winding up in Cambridge on Sunday, February 24. You can get tickets and further information here.
We’re immensely indebted to Woody Woodmansey for giving us the time to answer a few questions for us.
Chris Liebing has announced details of his first album release for Mute, Burn Slow, out on 7 September 2018 and shared ‘Polished Chrome (The Friend Pt. 1)’ featuring vocals from Gary Numan.Continue reading »
Hublot And Depeche Mode Raise Over $1.7 Million For charity: water Ahead Of Headline Isle Of Wight Festival Slot
Ahead of their headline slot at this month’s Isle of Wight Festival, Depeche Mode, joining forces with Hublot for the third time, have raised $1.7 million for charity: water.Continue reading »
Michael Philip Reed is a man of many talents. He earned the nickname “The One Man Band” from his work with steampunk musical project Steam Powered Giraffe, for which he has been recording engineer, musical arranger, songwriter, backing/lead vocalist – not to mention playing a plethora of different instruments! Here, though, he shows the expanse of his capability solely as a one man band, fulfilling all roles in the making of the album himself. The result does not disappoint.Continue reading »
In 2016, we lost one one of the finest. The death of Prince is an event that falls into the realms of “I know exactly where I was and what I was doing when …”Continue reading »
Don Broco have today announced a major UK tour for next year, including a headline show at London’s Wembley Arena – their biggest to date – following their Top 5 album, Technology, released earlier this year. To celebrate the announcement, the band have also released the video for their new single, ‘Greatness’.Continue reading »
Kick Out The Jams hosted four stages at this year’s Alternative Escape Festival, Brighton, showcasing some of the most promising alt-rock bands in the country.Continue reading »
We’ve been talking about Germein for a few years now, and pretty soon the entire world will be ‘Talking’ as they drop their new single […]Continue reading »
GETTING METAPHYSICAL – Shriekback’s Barry Andrews Talks Philosophy, XTC And New Album ‘Why Anything? Why This?’
Something of an alternative supergroup, Shriekback came into being – at least as Barry Andrews tells it – after he was doggedly pursued by bassist Dave Allen. […]Continue reading »