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The Bronx – V  

The Bronx – V

On the 22nd September The Bronx are due to release their fifth album and the album also happens to be their fifth self-titled album which is simply known as ‘V’ it also happens to be the band’s first album in 4 years and an album eagerly anticipated by their legion of fans and after listening to the album a few times over I can safely [ click for full review ]

Neck Deep – The Peace And The Panic   Neck Deep – The Peace And The Panic

You have to hand it to Neck Deep as they have achieved so much in the 5 years they have been together as a band and easily go down as one of the most successful pop-punk bands to hail from the UK and that’s pretty massive considering the band are so early into their musical career, the band signed to Hopeless Records [ click for full review ]
The Up ‘Ems – We Are The Boys  

The Up ‘Ems – We Are The Boys

The Up ‘Ems are a new four piece street punk band from Basingstoke England and since their formation a couple of months ago they have played a handful of shows and have just released their debut EP ‘We Are The Boys’ which features 5 tracks clocking in at just under 19minutes and if you are a fan of street punk then [ click for full review ]

All Time Low – Last Young Renegade   All Time Low – Last Young Renegade

Since bursting on the music scene back in 2005 with their debut album ‘The Party Scene’ All Time Low have been working non-stop building up a constant growing fan base by releasing a new album every couple of years as well as embarking on numerous headline tours, massive support slots and festival shows all across [ click for full review ]
 Latest Gig Reviews
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Royal Blood
At The Drive-In, Black Honey

Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
13th November 2017

It’s safe to say that Royal Blood have done extremely well for themselves in such a short period of time, the Brighton rock duo formed in 2013 went on to release their self-titled debut album in 2014 which hit number one in the UK album charts an saw the band release [ click for full review ]

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Fireball Fuelling The Fire Tour 2017
Reel Big Fish, Anti-Flag, Mad Caddies, Sweet Little Machine

Bristol, Academy
12th October 2017

Last October the Fireball Fuelling The Fire Tour was launched and was an tour featuring  Less Than Jake headlining and The Skints, Mariachi El Bronx , Kemri , The Bennies and competition winners Sweet Little Machine as support and Matt Stocks doing a DJ set in-between acts and the most exciting thing about the tour was the price being only £10 to see all these amazing bands and also [ click for full review ]

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