Earlier this year, Ticketmaster released their Verified Fan system to keep touts out of presales for in-demand tours and shows. It was widely praised and worked wonders in keeping touts away from Bruce Springsteen, Paramore and Twenty One Pilot...
Alex Flood's number seven of the Seventies albums is The Stooges' Raw Power.
On the back of their latest album, All These Countless Nights, we had the opportunity to chat to drummer Tom Ogden from British rock band Deaf Havana before their recent performance at the LCR.  Hey Tom! What first inspired you...
There are two kinds of track – “killer” and “filler”. Traditionally “killer” tracks are the great songs released as singles to promote and sell a new album, and “filler” tracks are those in the album that aren’t any good,...
In the aftermath of a break-up, some songs can feel like they’re lost: entangled and forever tainted by the irrevocable reality of losing someone. Some songs however, when in this situation, can eternally be on loop: whether they be...
Along with the expansion of the Grime scene, 2016 has seen further alienation of the youth from political affairs. It is this lack of representation that has fed an engagement with the anarchic style of the East London born...