Miles Kane releases glamorous video for new single ‘Killing the Joke’

Miles Kane releases glamorous video for new single ‘Killing the Joke’

One of British rock’s brightest sparks, Miles Kane, has released a glitzy new video for the third single from his latest album. ‘Killing the Joke’ is the emotive track taken from Kane’s critically acclaimed third studio album, ‘Coup De Grace’, which was co-written with the enigmatic Jamie T. The official video for the single delivers Miles Kane in a voyeuristic montage that exists in a dreamlike version of Florence, Italy. Directed by Daniele Cavalli &…

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Banfi, ‘If Not For You’ – Single Review

Banfi, ‘If Not For You’ – Single Review

Alt-pop trio Banfi, made up of Joe Banfi (vocals), Aaron Graham (drums) and Chris McCuaig(bass), have announced the release of their second EP Marlow, due to be released October 28th via Communion Records. The EP’s first track If Not For You dropped last month and promises good things to come from the upcoming East London band after managing to gain recognition on Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist.  Filled with toe-tapping rhythms and feel-good sunshine beats,…

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Bastille announce intimate headline 2019 UK, Ireland and European tour

Bastille announce intimate headline 2019 UK, Ireland and European tour

Ahead of the release of their third studio album, indie-pop/rock band Bastille have announced a slew of gigs around the country early next year much fans’ delight. The lads of Bastille have played in pretty much every arena in Europe, as well as a host of pubs, bars, and more intimate venues, leaving no area unvisited. This time, Bastille will be taking ‘The Still Avoiding Tomorrow Tour’ Part 1 on the road and stopping at…

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Gavin Chappell-Bates, ‘Do What You Like’ – Single Review

Gavin Chappell-Bates, ‘Do What You Like’ – Single Review

On the 4th of October, this year is the all-important World Animal Day. There are many things you could do to help the cause- donations, spread awareness, consume meat based products responsibly, the list goes on. Similarly, celebrities can also use their social influence to spread the news. One celebrity taking on that advice is Gavin Chappell-Bates who will be releasing a song entitled Do What You Like on Thursday. He wrote the song to…

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Metallica announce European tour for summer 2019

Metallica announce European tour for summer 2019

Heavy metal superstars Metallica have announced details of a huge European tour on its way in summer 2019. The “WorldWired” stadium tour will see the band continuing to celebrate their 2016 knockout album Hardwired…To Self-Destruct. Taking to their website back in May the band wrote: “WOW! As another amazing run of European shows comes to an end, we are a little speechless (when does that happen?) and stunned by the overwhelming response and outpouring of…

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Mumford & Sons Release New Single and Announce Upcoming Fourth Album

Mumford & Sons Release New Single and Announce Upcoming Fourth Album

    Mumford & Sons have announced there’s new material heading our way November 16. Album number 4 from the folk-rock quartet will be titled Delta and we’ve already had the pleasure of listening to their latest single Guiding Light, taken from the upcoming album in question. Written in a converted church (Church Studios) and produced by legendary Paul Epworth (Adele, Coldplay, Rihanna) Delta is set to be Mumford & Sons most definitive album yet….

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Reignwolf, ‘Wanna Don’t Wanna’ – Single Review

Reignwolf, ‘Wanna Don’t Wanna’ – Single Review

If you ever heard about him back in 2014, when Rolling Stone Magazine declared him to be one of the “10 New Artists You Need To Know”, but could never really follow his track, don’t worry, Reignwolf is back, new and improved with a stunner of a new track. Jordan Cook released new track ‘Wanna Don’t Wanna’ ahead of a long US tour this autumn, giving fans another piece of bluesy rock that everyone hopes…

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David Ramirez Conquers The Borderline

David Ramirez Conquers The Borderline

It was the 7th of September, just another day, when David Ramirez played London for a second time in 2018. But for the Austin-born, the gig at the Borderline surely felt like an unbeatable chance to pay tribute and honour those who suffered the event that changed everyone’s life in recent History: 9/11. The singer – who has dual American and Mexican heritage – chose ‘Twins’ to open the last UK show of his European…

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Aaron Lee Tasjan, ‘Karma For Cheap’ – Album Review

Aaron Lee Tasjan, ‘Karma For Cheap’ – Album Review

Following Drivin’ N’ Cryin’s Kevn Kinney’s advice, Aaron Lee Tasjan released last month a new album – his eighth so far – that is nowhere near the same formula used in his previous one. As American rocker Kinney once said to Lee Tasjan during a tour years ago, a musician never has to be defined by one sound or genre. And that is the rulebook that the Ohio-born seems to have followed. With ‘Karma For…

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Interview: Vix from Fuzzbox ahead of Polyfest

Interview:  Vix from Fuzzbox ahead of Polyfest

Brummie all-female band Fuzzbox came together in 1985, with lead singer Vix (Vickie Perks) at the helm.  After two albums, the group disbanded but in recent years, have reunited to the relief of many fans.  In advance of their performance at the iconic PolyFest 2018, Vix took some time to sit down and discuss their history and evolution and what it is to be in a band such as Fuzzbox.   What drew you to…

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