San Holo brings ‘album1’ to Hangar Fields, London

San Holo brings ‘album1’ to Hangar Fields, London

Fresh off the back of his self-released debut ‘album1’, Dutch music producer San Holo brought his eclectic future bass sounds to Hangar Fields at the beginning of March. Seen as a luminary for his music genre, his UK appearances have marked a huge achievement for Holo and bitbird’s Duskus and Taska Black. Holo released his debut back in September 2018. It came after countless single releases, an EP, and a shed load of remixes too….

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Liam Gallagher Completes New Documentary ‘As It Was’

Liam Gallagher Completes New Documentary ‘As It Was’

Liam Gallagher took to the TwitterSphere this week and announced that his documentary ‘As It Was’ is complete. Gallagher completed the tweet by describing the finished piece as ‘mega’. The film follows the singer’s journey from Oasis band member to solo superstar. The film will debut at Cannes Film Festival upon it’s release later this year. To create the documentary, Liam brought in his director from the video of his single ‘Chinatown’, Charlie Lightening. Lightening…

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Bring Me The Horizon, ‘amo’ – Album Review

Bring Me The Horizon, ‘amo’ – Album Review

Multi-platinum selling, Grammy nominated Bring Me The Horizon released their highly anticipated sixth album ‘amo’ today. The Sheffield rock band have been kicking around the industry for the past 15 years. Starting out as a deathcore band, they have certainly come a long way and undergone some changes over the years. Their seemingly delayed 6th studio album certainly confirms a stylistic evolution. Combining their hardcore roots with contemporary EDM, the band had a clear message…

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Bombay Bicycle Club Tease New Music

Bombay Bicycle Club Tease New Music

After 3 years out of business, Bombay Bicycle Club teased their return to music last Monday. A 27-second clip of instrumental music captioned ‘some exciting news from us’ was added to the bands Youtube page. The clip was based in a studio setting with all band members back together. Bombay Bicycle Club debuted in 2009 with debut album ‘I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose’. The band made appearances across the UK including…

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The 1975 Stun Crowds With Unbelievable Stage Set-Up

The 1975 Stun Crowds With Unbelievable Stage Set-Up

The 1975 kicked off their UK & Ireland Tour in Belfast last night emblazoning the SSE Hydro Arena in everything neon. The tour supports their critically acclaimed third album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships.  Pale Waves and No Rome accompanied the band on the first leg of their tour. The night debuted a collaborative performance of ‘Narcissist’ by No Rome and the headliners themselves. Matt Healy opened the night with the first single released…

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Elderbrook, ‘Old Friend’ – Single Review

Elderbrook, ‘Old Friend’ – Single Review

The singing sensation of Camelphat’s hit ‘Cola’, Elderbrook, has released his latest single and EP Old Friend. The single which makes up the EP’s title is one of four tracks from the London-born music producer and singer. Hot off the back of his Grammy nomination, Elderbrook dropped his first single since the release of ‘Cola’. The single emulates house and synth-pop alike in this upbeat sing-a-long making it a winner across all genres. The track…

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Tom Odell, ‘Jubilee Road’ – Album Review

Tom Odell, ‘Jubilee Road’ – Album Review

With two albums and an Ivor Novello Award under his belt, Tom Odell is back with his most raw and real album yet. But does Jubilee Road hold up to his previous works? Jubilee Road is cohesive, it’s complete, it’s focused and knows what it is. It’s polished beyond belief. Jubilee Road is inspired by Odell’s East London home, though he doesn’t reveal the true places and names, it’s easy to find yourself lost in…

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Arctic Monkeys Unveil New Song, ‘Anyways’

Arctic Monkeys Unveil New Song, ‘Anyways’

After one of the most successful years in the band’s history, today Arctic Monkeys unveiled their 7” vinyl pressing of title track from recent album “Tranquillity Base Hotel + Casino”. The vinyl comes after the band sky-rocketed with the fastest selling LP vinyl pressing of the last 25 years. To keep the spirit of TBH+C alive, the band introduced B-side “Anyways” to the bill alongside its title track. As dedicated Monkeys fans will tell you,…

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The Weeknd Sued Over ‘Starboy’ Track Copying

The Weeknd Sued Over ‘Starboy’ Track Copying

It was announced this week that the Canadian pop sensation, The Weeknd, has been in a court battle since the beginning of the year. It has been reported that the singer has ‘copied’ a track by British-born trio, Sonic Religion, on his multi-million selling album Starboy. The ‘I Can’t Feel My Face’ songwriter has supposedly stolen a key part of the track ‘I Need To Love’ which was one of three songs sold to a…

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Mumford & Sons Forced To Postpone Tour Dates Over “Ground-Breaking” Set Design

Mumford & Sons Forced To Postpone Tour Dates Over “Ground-Breaking” Set Design

This week it was announced that Mumford & Sons would postpone major dates in their UK tour due to “unforeseen logistical and technical challenges” regarding their stage design. It has been 3 years since British folk-rock band released their last album “Wilder Minds”, and after the announcement of their follow-up album -Delta – back in September, the anticipation surrounding the bands tour has been rife. The tour kicked off on Friday in Dublin where it…

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