By Sam Savigny, 12th July 2019 Features, Festival News, News, Special Features

Lucky number seven so they say. Now in its seventh year as Britain’s premiere summer home for all things mathcore, progressive, explorative, post-anything, whatever off kilter subsection of music you desire, ArcTanGent has not only lived up to the audience’s lofty expectations, but it’s fair to say shattered them into… Read More »

By Sam Savigny, 19th June 2019 Features, Interviews, News, Special Features

The St Pierre Snake Invasion are on the cusp of releasing their second album, Caprice Enchanté. An album that is guaranteed to be making headway come the inevitable end of year awards, the world should rightly be on tenterhooks for reviews of this Goliath to drop. What better was than… Read More »

By Jamie Giberti, 7th June 2019 Download, Features, Festival News, News, Special Features

Sometimes, when a Download line up comes together, individual days stand out as something that could be truly special, even in the context of some of the legendary line ups that have gone before. The Saturday of 2006, when Metallica played Master Of Puppets in full, the infamous KoRnaoke following… Read More »

By Jamie Giberti, 4th June 2019 Features, Festival News, News, Special Features

If you’re looking for a multifaceted festival that has no concept of genre boundaries, but a sincere love of great music, then chances are you’ve heard of 2000 Trees. Having grown over the last twelve years, the festival has seen itself becoming an essential part of British Summer time, and… Read More »

By Sam Dignon, 22nd May 2019 Features, Festival News, News, Slam Dunk, Special Features

It’s that time of year again, Slam Dunk Festival is back to kick off festival season, bringing their biggest line up yet. Alongside returning to Hatfield House for the second year, the festival has also moved to a brand new site in Leeds at Temple Newsam Park. Other changes this… Read More »