Following the release of their first album since the departure of original guitarist and vocalist Tom DeLonge, long time punk rockers Blink-182 start their UK leg of their California tour with a night to remember.
Riding off the success of their second album, Modern Ruin, and a leg of supporting Biffy Clyro on their European tour, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes brought their current UK tour to close last night at London’s KOKO.
I remember when I first heard TDCC (Two Door Cinema Club) on the radio. It was 2009, I was but a lowly 14 year old, Radio X was still XFM, and I fell in love with a little song called ‘I Can Talk’, which, unbeknownst to this Myspace band, would later come to be the encore for their sold-out comeback tour.
Having grown up to the comforting sounds of Anthony Kiedis’ vocals, it is safe to say that anyone who knows me would say that I would have given up my life for these guys. Every time someone tells me that the Chilis have had their moment in the sun, or that they’re awful live, I’ve refuted as strongly as humanly possible. But after seeing them 10th December in Birmingham’s Genting Arena, I finally learned to admit the cold, hard, truth – my favourite band are dead.
Yes, her string of relationships is still publicly documented but, whilst that is happening, Spears has been silently but surely re-building her career. Even though she currently is in the 3rd year of her Las Vegas residency and has released many well-received chart-topping songs, her comeback, if I may call it that, wasn’t well established until August 28th 2016.
Our lovely guest blogger Manuela Nkegbe looks back on a night with the one and only Queen Bey live at Wembley Stadium. How can I sum up my Beyoncé experience in one word? You simply can’t! Queen Bey showed up and showed out at the
Our writer Rianna Stanislaus looks back on a night of music, visuals and funnily enough – popcorn. On Friday 18th March, I went to the London O2 Arena with a friend and 19,998 other fans to see the Queen of Feels (Adele). It was a
In September of 2013, my friends and I had a chance to see the Birmingham indie rockers Swim Deep on the last day of their tour in London. After waiting almost three hours to see this band (and stopping off for some KFC while we