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September 26, 2019

Following on from the colossal success that was Slam Dunk Festival’s transition to outdoor sites last year, Slam Dunk have announced the first wave of bands set to grace Hatfield and Leeds in May 2020.

Headlining the event next year will be none other than Don Broco, with their two respective sets poised to be group’s only UK festival dates of next year. No strangers to the hedonistic ways of Slam Dunk, the group’s headline performances are set to...

February 27, 2019

On Friday 02 Academy hosted a co-headliner of every emo's dreams: Mayday Parade and The Wonder Years. Joining the two were Movements and Pronoun. Check out Stevie's shots below! 

February 27, 2019

Mayday Parade and The Wonder Years. If any bands can make a co-headline tour work, it’s this pair. They’ve grown exponentially from their early years but manage to effortlessly stay true to their roots. Filling their sets with favourites old and new, the penultimate date of their UK tour was a brilliant one, to say the least.

Pronoun (6.5), the solo project of Brooklyn’s Alyse Vellturo, was the first to appear on stage at the O2 Academy. Attendees...

June 18, 2018

With current trends falling in and out of fashion every other day, its impact on society is that of an extremely short attention span and a deep seeded need for transcendent entertainment 24/7. But many trends of yesteryear yearn to escape this dreaded state of obscurity through attempting to raise their profile for a new age of fans to experience and mull over. One such cavalry attempting the feat of the re-insurgence of an early millennial favo...

October 12, 2017

Stevie hung out at Bristol 02 Academy a week or two ago to celebrate Mayday Parade's A Lesson In Romantics 10th birthday!

October 11, 2017

Bristol’s O2 Academy is thin on the ground as All Get Out [7.5] take to the stage, perhaps a more intimate crowd than they’d hoped for, it bothers them little as they rip open the set with “'y Friends' and Nick Hussey delivers almost record quality vocals. The crowd shows up, this is an intimate show no more, unfortunately the audience aren’t here to see All Get Out and it shows in their lacklustre response to what is a truly well thought out se...

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