Real Friends @ Thekla, Bristol – 13/04/17

Forced to postpone their UK tour back in December to take time to address their personal lives, Real Friends make their return to Europe, this time with the assistance from Atlanta’s Microwave and New Jersey’s Can’t Swim. Taking place in Bristol’s iconic ship-shaped Thekla venue, it’s the twelfth night into the quintet’s European tour and it was a sell-out show to remember. With such a brilliant, intimate venue, even fans at the far back of the deck will still get the full experience.   Continue reading

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The Hotelier @ Stereo, Glasgow – 21/01/17

With the release of 2014’s fantastic sophomore record Home, Like NoPlace Is There, Massachusetts emo quartet The Hotelier cemented their place as one of the stand out bands of the emo revival scene which has taken alternative music by storm over the past 4 years. Tonight they returned to Glasgow to play a sold out show in the basement of vegan café Stereo to promote their most recent record Goodness. Continue reading

More bands announced for 2000trees 2016!

One of the most loved, successful UK rock festivals, set in the stunning UK countryside near the Cotswolds, 2000trees Festival is BACK!!! Also celebrating it’s 10th Year in 2016, the festival has grown immeasurably over its 10 years (growing year on year), started, booked and run by a group of who all met at school or University (including 2 brothers). Originally launched after an idea formed whilst attending a large rock festival in 2006, borne out of frustration with the ever-increasing corporate sponsorship and
‘musical merry-go-round’ nature of the mainstream British festivals.  Continue reading

Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls @ Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow – 13/11/15

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 10 years since former Million Dead frontman Frank Turner picked up that acoustic guitar and decided to try making music solo. Few would have thought that he’d still be doing it 10 years later and that he’d be playing a sold out show at Glasgow’s famous Barrowland Ballroom! The man’s clearly come a long way since playing in the cellar below the 13th Note when he first came to play solo in Glasgow. Continue reading