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April 29, 2020

As you will probably know, the Covid-19 crisis has utterly ravaged the music industry. Artists all across the nation have been dealt an incredibly heavy blow by the pandemic, with canceled or rescheduled shows resulting in a loss of income and other financial difficulties due to non-refundable bookings and other expenses. However, it’s not only the musicians that are being effected by this. With every cancelled show, tour managers, sound & light...

September 16, 2019

If there's one musical artist that has never shied away from utilising their experienced trauma for artistic inspiration it's the fantastic Cultdreams. Bold, unflinching and an act that offers safe harbour to those who have suffered harrowing trauma, the two piece recently turned heads and raised eyebrows with their brilliant sophomore record Things That Hurt. We recently got in touch with Lucinda Livingstone (Vocals, Guitar) who broke down the s...

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The UK's best small festival came to town (or more accurately, a muddy field in Bristol) for its 2019 outing featuring arguably its best lineup ever, if not the best weather forecast. Punters have been arriving in droves since Wednesday night and with more on the way today, five thousand people will be descending on Fernhill Farm for a weekend of post-rock, math-rock, noise rock, extreme metal and absolutely everythi...

August 20, 2019

Regardless of the limitless and bountiful joy that the human experience provides, it’s inevitable that we all experience excruciating trauma and tragedy at points within our own lifespans. After all, as the old saying goes, existence is pain. Whilst some artists create art that provides an escape and distraction from the relentless agony that’s synonymous with life, others utilise it, using it as the inspirational fuel to power their own endeavou...

August 13, 2019

Prepare thyself, the world’s premiere celebration of math rock, post rock, noise rock and general weird contemporary rock is nearly among us. Since it’s humble beginnings in 2013, ArcTanGent Festival has grown in an utter behemoth of a weekend, one that attracts connoisseurs and fanatics of all things weird, wonderful and intense from all across the globe due to it’s consistently fantastic lineups, flawless organisation and intimate atmosphere. N...

June 9, 2019

Despite it still being relatively early on this bank holiday Saturday, London fuzz punks Honey Joy (7) are on prime form. A band who are a product of venues such as The Stag And Hounds, the group fly through a set of corrosive colours, with their riot grrl and DIY sensibilities shining wonderfully through the haze of distortion that’s synonymous with their live performances.

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April 27, 2019

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April 3, 2019

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