TRAMPOLENE, photo by Daniel Quesada
Welsh alternative rock band TRAMPOLENE have just released their new single ‘The One Who Loves You’ through Mi7 Records and are accompanying the release with a number of shows around the UK. TRAMPOLENE will support The Sherlocks throughout October before they go on their own headilne tour in Novemeber & December,  with a […]

Preview: TRAMPOLENE @ The Green Door Store


Nothing More, photo by Travis Shinn
  If you’re into rock and haven’t heard of Nothing More yet, we would advise you to check them out ahead of their upcoming London show supporting Bullet For My Valentine and Of Mice & Men. The three-time Grammy nominated American band have just released a lyric music video for […]

New Lyric Video & European Tour for Nothing More


Tuval, photo by Gili Dailes
Local artist Tuval launched his new single, Breathe last Friday at the Green Door Store, with support from BABii, Jack Anton and Cosmic Caz. Despite some technical difficulties, Tuval and the band sailed through the set, drawing the audience in with every note played.   Tuval – Breathe Tuval @ […]

Tuval – Single Launch @ Green Door Store



Bullet | Photo: PR
Swedish metal lords BULLET have been confirmed to play 02 Academy Islington on May 16th.Promising sweeping solos, driving bass lines and vocals usually reserved for the halls of Valhalla, this isn’t you’re usual Wednesday night. Supported by Swedish death ‘n’ roll trio Jesus Chrüsler Supercar, this is a gig that’s […]

Preview: Bullet @ O2 Academy Islington, London


Stencil artist Anna Jaxe completed her most ambitious project to date, painting this mural of an open upright piano on the side of the creative hub MAP in Kentish Town, London. The piece measures 140 x 120 cm and was created with 12 separate stencils. It’s a great fit for […]

Anna Jaxe – Piano Stencil @ MAP Studio Cafe, Kentish ...


Electric Six, photo by Gili Dailes
After a week of freezing our titties off dealing with storm Emma, the prospect of being in the sold out Concorde2 to see Electric Six seemed totally appetizing. Fuck you broken boiler, we’re ready for a good mosh pit. We make our way into the venue and one of the […]

Review: Electric Six @ Concorde2



Anvil, photo by Gili Dailes
The legend of Anvil, like their style, is persistent, driven and a little tongue in cheek. However when they took to the smoky stage of Brighton’s tiny Green Door Store on a Sunday night it was clear that they were here for one reason and one reason only. As lead […]

Review: Anvil @ The Green Door Store


Dan Reed Network, photo by Gili Dailes
Dan Reed Network sealed off their Europian tour supporting rock legends Extreme with a special show at The O2 Academy Brixon, London Dan Reed Network was originated in Portland, Oregon in the mid 80s, and have been active until 1993 – when they disbanded. Since their reunion in 2012, Dan […]

Review: Dan Reed Network @ The O2 Academy, Brixton


Stone Sour are just about to kick off their UK tour, celebrating the launch of their 6th studio album, ‘Hydrograd‘, which was released earlier this year. Stone Sour will play at Brighton Centre on December 1st (make sure to get your tickets here), followed by a London show at The […]

Preview: Stone Sour @ Brighton Centre, 01/12/17



JJ Draper made his first appearance with his debut single ‘Zero Sum’ back in September. The East Londoner’s follow up single ‘In Visions’ is more radio friendly but every bit as striking.   More upbeat than ‘Zero Sum’, ‘In Visions’ is a well-crafted track weaving delicate acoustics on top of […]

Review: JJ Draper’s new single ‘In Visions’


Noga Erez, photo by Gili Dailes
Following her unforgettable Great Escape show last May, Electro-Pop artist Noga Erez returned to Brighton as part of her Autumn European tour.   On arrival to The Joker’s upstairs venue, we found a small crowd gathered by the stage watching support act Moonoversun- and it looked like there would be […]

Review: Noga Erez @ The Joker


The Libertines, Photo by Gili Dailes
The Libertines signed off their Tiddeley Om Pom Pom tour with a sold out show at Brighton Centre and it seems like they never stopped An unprecedented three support acts preceded The Libertines on this wet and quintessentially English evening. Deadcuts, who have been a regular support slot for Pete […]

Review: The Libertines @ Brighton Centre