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Slowdive Go Deep At Roundhouse

Slowdive Go Deep At Roundhouse

On the excellent Song Exploder podcast, Slowdive singer and guitarist Neil Halstead spends a solid 10 minutes detailing the genesis of Sugar For The Pill. It’s a story of seagulls, effects pedals, layered drums, Wuthering Heights, multiple vocal takes, ProTools...

Foo Fighters To Bring Concrete And Gold To UK Stadiums

Foo Fighters To Bring Concrete And Gold To UK Stadiums

American rockers Foo Fighters have announced a trio of huge UK stadium shows in Manchester and London to bring latest record Concrete and Gold to our shores following the release of the group's ninth studio album last month, which had the six-piece drop by the UK to...

The Streets Reform For “One-Off” 2018 Tour

The Streets Reform For “One-Off” 2018 Tour

Mike Skinner and The Streets have today announced a very special one-off UK tour The Darker The Shadow The Brighter The Light for April 2018. He will perform six dates across the UK including two huge shows at London O2 Academy Brixton. Making his highly anticipated...

Keith Christmas Rediscovers His Folk Rebellion

Keith Christmas Rediscovers His Folk Rebellion

London’s folk music scene was in full bloom by the late 1960s and Keith Christmas was right at its centre, playing not just on David Bowie’s Space Oddity album but at the very first Glastonbury festival. Ahead of his appearance at RockShot Mag’s #BLOGTOBER FEST night...

Foo Fighters To Bring Concrete And Gold To UK Stadiums

Foo Fighters To Bring Concrete And Gold To UK Stadiums

American rockers Foo Fighters have announced a trio of huge UK stadium shows in Manchester and London to bring latest record Concrete and Gold to our shores following the release of the group's ninth studio album last month, which had the six-piece drop by the UK to...

Sigur Rós Mesmerise At Hammersmith Apollo

Sigur Rós Mesmerise At Hammersmith Apollo

Young children can be mesmerised by almost anything: ants, mud, the rain, a man in a purple dinosaur costume singing songs. Adults, not so much. Between all the Snapchats, news alerts, and seeing what’s happening everywhere but here, there’s just no time to focus....

Flight Brigade, Standing To Attention, An Interview Redux

Flight Brigade, Standing To Attention, An Interview Redux

Back in October 2015, Lauren Patel sat down with Hampshire-based band Flight Brigade for a chat about their roots, their music, multiple Glastonbury Festival sets and their forthcoming album release. Fast forward two years and their debut album Our Friends Our Enemies...

Glenn Hughes Interview: Trust, Openness & No Fear

Glenn Hughes Interview: Trust, Openness & No Fear

Glenn Hughes may have lived in California for more than 40 years, but the Black Country will forever be his home. His birthplace of Cannock gave rise to the band Trapeze, which launched a five-decade-and-counting career for the singer and bassist. Stints in Deep...

The Amazons: An Upward Trajectory

The Amazons: An Upward Trajectory

A year ago to the day, The Amazons struggled to sell 300 tickets to a show at OSLO in Hackney. Tonight, they’ve sold out The Forum. That’s 2300 people - and a year-on-year increase of 666%, if you’re counting. Chances are, nobody in this Kentish Town landmark is....

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The Soulful Charisma Of Zak Abel – Live At Koko

The Soulful Charisma Of Zak Abel – Live At Koko

British singer-songwriter Zak Abel has the kind of voice that forces you to stop, listen, repeat and flood your music feed with his back catalogue. The 22-year old rising star and born and bred North Londoner first gained attention after lending his vocals to Gorgon...

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Kelsea Ballerini, Country’s Newest Starlet at The O2

Kelsea Ballerini, Country’s Newest Starlet at The O2

They don’t come much more Country than rising Nashville born and raised star Kelsea Ballerini, even though the 24-year-old grew up on a diet of pop, only delving into Country later on. And that might explain her catchy, hook-laden pop-country tunes that had her named...

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Third Eye Blind Soak Up The Love At Roundhouse

Third Eye Blind Soak Up The Love At Roundhouse

The equation’s simple. Albums aren’t selling like they did a decade ago. But gig tickets are in higher demand than ever. Therefore, mark the anniversaries of those unit-shifting LPs by playing them live from start to finish. In the past year alone, U2, Manic Street...

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Jarreau Vandal feat. Zak Abel — Make You Love Me, New Video

Jarreau Vandal has released his new single, Make You Love Me, via Rinse. The young Dutch producer/DJ was born in Maastricht and raised in Amsterdam, growing up in a musical family and immersed in...

Ecca Vandal, Future Heroine

Melbourne-based, genre-bending artist Ecca Vandal, announced her self-titled debut album this week alongside new single Future Heroine. The album will be released on 20th October via Island Records...

Barenaked Ladies Are Lookin’ Up At Fake Nudes

Barenaked Ladies, who release their fifteenth album Fake Nudes in November, are bringing their energetic live shows back to the UK in April 2018. The Canadian band (comprising lead singer and...

Lights: Skin & Earth & Four Great Videos

Canadian alt-pop Lights’ fourth studio album Skin&Earth is out today, via Warner Bros. It is her most ambitious project yet, releasing alongside a companion comic book series of the same name,...

Intergalactic Lovers: Exhale & Rivers

Intergalactic Lovers return with their third album Exhale released in September 2017. Exhale is a collection of sky-wide alt-rock songs with melodic pull that echoes the best of PJ Harvey or Cat...

Video Premiere Of Phil Cosby’s The Days We Were Young

In this Vision premeire of The Days We Were Young, Phil Cosby acts out an aspect of his life on the road and encounters something that could be otherworldly. He tells us more: “This video is about a...

The Amazons In Ultraviolet

Fast rising rock band The Amazons continue their surge as they share a new video for fan favourite track Ultraviolet. https://youtu.be/wY6OfByebSQ The video captures the band excelling in an...

Lana Del Rey, White Mustang

Lana Del Rey today shares the official video for White Mustang. Beautifully shot and directed by Rich Lee with LA as a futuristic backdrop. White Mustang is taken from Lana’s number one album Lust...

BUHU Releases The Worlds First SitCom Music Video?

  BUHU is releasing the world's first music video sitcom, Leave It To BUHU, for their previously released single, La Truth. Now we cannot confirm or deny that this is a first, some of those...

!!! (Chk Chk Chk) Turn Up The NRGQ Ahead Of UK Return

!!! (Chk Chk Chk) are back with NRGQ, a high-energy video that captures the spirit of their frenzied live shows. And, following their successful UK tour in May, the New York City dance-punk band are...

Photography

British Electric Foundation, A Photo Story At Rewind

Supergroups are one of a kind. In one place and on one stage, they offer you the chance to witness collaborations between the biggest musicians. Whether a tribute project or a band offering brand-new music, it's always worth seeing what all-star groups have to offer....

Rewind North The 80s Festival 2017 Photography

Rewind North The 80s Festival 2017 Photography

Sometimes the best things in life start in an unexpected way. Imagine, you're about to go to a festival, you've kept your ticket safely in your desk, and you've been getting excited as the date approaches. You pack your bags with the essentials: small stove, sleeping...

Photography: Y Not Festival 2017

Photography: Y Not Festival 2017

On a wind and rain-battered weekend in the Derbyshire countryside, the masses gathered for a musical spectacle that most had been looking forward to for a long time. Strewn across eleven stages, artists were set to entertain and dazzle throughout the four day...

LeeFest The Neverland 2017 Photography

LeeFest The Neverland 2017 Photography

The sun shone over The Neverland as LeeFest welcomed a colourful crowd of mermaids, pirates and lost boys as well as internationally renowned and local up and coming artists for the 2017 incarnation. Friday headliner Jake Bugg closed the ever ethereal Bangerang stage...

Tonbridge Calling Festival, A PhotoStory

Tonbridge Calling Festival, A PhotoStory

Hundreds turned out in the glorious sunshine for the second year of Tonbridge Calling Festival on Saturday 12 August. The free, unticketed  event was set within an open park and seamlessly run by a team of 40 volunteers. It was set up last year with the vision of...