Emerging British talent is at the core of all blogs that focus on the best of new music. Red Bull are keen supporters of new UK bands too, and have nominated 15
Today is another bleak day for music with the revelation that British entertainment retailer HMV is set to enter administration. According to the newspapers, the internet’s to blame. However, isn’t it the
It’s without doubt that Don Broco were one of Britain’s breakthrough bands of the year. 2012 saw them sign to Search and Destroy Records, support a plethora of both British and American acts and release the debut album which lead to them being awarded the title of “Best New Rock Artist of 2012” by iTunes…. More »
Tour announcements are a bit like buses. Yes, you guessed it – you wait around for one for ages and then they all come along at once. Unlike buses however, sadly you
In case you missed it earlier today, UK’s leading rock rag Kerrang! revealed the line-up for their 2013 tour – and, as editor James McMahon expected,
With the London 2012 Olympic games now officially underway and the host country placed firmly in the spotlight, it’s only fitting to look at some of the best of British bands currently flying the flag for the alternative music scene – from the heavy weight defending champions to the bill toppers of the future, here… More »
Nearing the end of their UK tour, Futures played Brighton, England’s The Haunt alongside their regular tour support Don Broco and Natives, as well as local band Loose Lips. For those of you who weren’t lucky enough to be there earlier in the week, here’s my personal photo diary of the evening. Enjoy!
Often described as Europe’s answer to SXSW, The Great Escape Festival kicked off in Brighton, England yesterday. Among the several hundred tipped-to-be-big artists playing the 3-day fest, Rock Sound magazine are showcasing the UK’s best contemporary rock bands at the Concorde 2. Yesterday, Kids In Glass Houses headlined with the help of Max Raptor, Don… More »