The Shows Must Go On: The Crucial Refuge Of The Mothers' Ruin


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Haggard Cat (8), a duo formed of the former band HECK opened the main stage for final day of 2000 Trees 2018. The band drew quite the crowd, despite the early slot and quite a few obvious hangovers! Opening with a repeated guitar riff, the crowd fell silent as punchy drums were brought in and the song transformed into ‘Grave Digger’. The duo didn’t let up with their onslaught of riffs, which were cleverly coupled with danceable e...

July 3, 2018

Photo: Ben Morse

We're only 9 days away from the award winning and critically acclaimed 2000 Trees Festival, and we honestly couldn't be any more excited. Nestled within the scenic heart of the Cotswolds, the festival has earned a devoted following due to it's nourishment of emerging talent, friendly and warm atmosphere and it's proud stance as an independent festival. Whilst this years lineup is topped by post-hardcore legends At The Drive-In, al...

March 25, 2018

It’s been three years since the Brighton based trio Demob Happy released their debut album. Those three years have been spent touring and honing their sound, and their latest LP, Holy Doom highlights just how much they’ve learnt in that time.

‘Liar in Your Head’ explodes with characteristic chunky guitar riffs, but Demob Happy’s experimentation with their sound and the weight of their riffs is evident. It’s clear that the band are still themselves...

November 15, 2017

Grunge-y noise boys Dinosaur Pile-Up have recently finished their almost completely sold out UK tour, and we swung by to catch their rowdy set at The Garage in London.

They’ve brought Leeds based genre benders Fizzy Blood [8] who tear up the 600 capacity venue with their big Royal Blood-esque riffs and funky basslines, this band can go from suave to brutally energetic in 0.2 seconds and the outcome makes them a refreshingly distinctive act to witn...

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