As It Is play beautiful, stripped-back show at St Pancras Old Church

Brighton pop-punks As It Is treated us to an enchanting acoustic show ahead of Slam Dunk Festival.  Just before their appearance at last month’s Slam Dunk Festival and after announcing their newest album The Great Depression, As It Is played a few small acoustic shows across the UK including one at the gorgeous setting of London’s St Pancras Old Church. Support came from Dream State and Luke Rainsford. … Continue reading As It Is play beautiful, stripped-back show at St Pancras Old Church

The Faim play spectacular set supporting PVMNTS

Aussie alt-rockers The Faim showed London what they’re made of.  For the past few weeks, Australia’s The Faim have been playing shows across the UK supporting the likes of Lower Than Atlantis and PVMNTS, playing festivals and they’re nowhere near finished! Earlier this month, as part of their tour with LA rockers PVMNTS, the quartet played a stellar support set at London’s Tufnell Park Dome. … Continue reading The Faim play spectacular set supporting PVMNTS

Review: If you want a fun rock ‘n’ roll show, go see the Arkells

Because there currently isn’t a rock band in the world whose shows are more of a party than those of the Canadian five-piece.  They are probably one of the best kept secret in the UK rock scene but Canadian outfit The Arkells have proven yet again why they are so adored back home. Having toured the UK with Frank Turner in April, and supported the … Continue reading Review: If you want a fun rock ‘n’ roll show, go see the Arkells

Review: Frank Turner returns with stunning first night of Lost Evenings

Just a week after the release of his latest album Be More Kind, Frank Turner takes over London’s Roundhouse for a four-night festival.  English punk troubadour Frank Turner returned to the iconic Roundhouse for the second year of his sell-out four-day festival Lost Evenings. Fans pilgrimed from all over the world to be part of the festivities which see Turner inviting all his favorite bands and Xtra Mile label … Continue reading Review: Frank Turner returns with stunning first night of Lost Evenings

Review: Hot Water Music rock their long-awaited return to London

The band played their first overseas show since 2012 at London’s Electric Ballroom last month. They followed up their London date with shows in Cologne, Berlin and Munich, all in support of the release their latest effort Light It Up. Discussing the shows, bassist Jason Black had said: “It’s been FAR too long since we’ve been overseas. The UK and Germany are 2 of our favourite places … Continue reading Review: Hot Water Music rock their long-awaited return to London

Review: Lower Than Atlantis play intimate show at Cambridge Junction

With support from The Faim and Milk Teeth, LTA go back to their roots.  As part of their huge UK spring tour, Watford rock quartet Lower Than Atlantis headed to Cambridge Junction in support of their recently released new studio album Safe In Sound. After nearly four years of patiently waiting, LTA fans were in for an absolute treat. Breakout Aussie pop-punk band The Faim were … Continue reading Review: Lower Than Atlantis play intimate show at Cambridge Junction

Review: All Time Low prove yet again why they’re one of the best live bands

All Time Low shows are stunning – visually, musically, lyrically and emotionally – and the band deliver exactly that at London’s Alexandra Palace.  With a blizzard raging in London, the dedicated fans who queued since stupid o’clock in the morning deserve a round of applause (and probably a hot cup of tea!). But that’s exactly what All Time Low’s fans are willing to put themselves … Continue reading Review: All Time Low prove yet again why they’re one of the best live bands

Review: Thnks fr th Mmrs, Fall Out Boy!

Pop-punk royalty Fall Out Boy took us on a trip down memory lane and made us fall in love with Mania. Fall Out Boy have done what many early 00’s emo bands haven’t – they’ve made the giant leap into mainstream without losing their sense of where they came from, and with that they have not only gained new fans, but they have also managed … Continue reading Review: Thnks fr th Mmrs, Fall Out Boy!

Review: The Fratellis bring all the fun to London

British rock icons The Fratellis are still as entertaining as ever.  In support of their new album In Your Own Sweet Time, out now via Cooking Vinyl, The Fratellis took over London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town. After an energetic support set from Texas-based Black Pistol Fire, Offenbach’s Can Can rings from the speakers – what an entrance. The band kick off their twenty-three song set with the unforgettable Baby … Continue reading Review: The Fratellis bring all the fun to London

Review: It’s okay not to be okay – As It Is are the future of pop-punk

With their incredible performance at London’s KOKO last week, As It Is cemented their place in the UK’s pop-punk scene.  Brighton-based pop-punk outfit As It Is, played a very special show in London after having to cancel their Cardiff show the night before due to lead singer Patty Walters’ shoulder injury. For KOKO he was sporting a sling with the words “its okay not to … Continue reading Review: It’s okay not to be okay – As It Is are the future of pop-punk