2000 Trees Festival announces 110 artists for 2021!

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September 26, 2020

Many have demanded to do so as of late, but seriously, let’s talk about the Bristol based Svalbard. The love child of post-hardcore, post-metal and atmospheric black metal is no longer the new kid on the block, but with their emotive take on such a hybridisation, they’ve long stood as one the biggest names on the streets. With their previous long plays One Day All This Will End and It's Hard To Have Hope, the group utilised their ethereally punis...

September 24, 2020

Belgian bruisers Nasty have peddled their aural wares for sixteen years after originally forming in 2004. Fast forward to now and they’ve laid waste to stages globally, their profile has gradually risen and they’re on the cusp of dropping seventh album Menace, their first album for Century Media. Their no-holds-barred approach is, even by hardcore standards, incredibly abrasive; upcoming seventh album Menace is described by the band as “four dude...

September 24, 2020

The wonder of DIY and shoegaze is shown in the varying structures and unique paths artists make throughout their music. A group eager to show off their interpretation is Winter Gardens from the South Coast. The four piece make their first official introduction with debut EP Tapestry. Made up of four tracks, the record pulls together their unique blend of punk and dream-pop.

Title track ‘Tapestry’ embraces a soft introduction and floaty accompanime...

September 23, 2020

It’s no secret that us lot love a bit of Jamie Lenman. Genuinely one of the most versatile, eccentric and hopelessly likeable figures in the UK alt scene, Lenman seems to have a habit to turning whatever musical endeavour he touches into gold. Be it penning love songs to 2000 Trees Festival, covering music written multiple millennia ago or just releasing his own brilliant idiosyncratic content, every piece of work released und...

September 22, 2020

Every once in a while, there comes along a band that gives the music industry a good ol' shake up. One such band - as you likely are already well aware - are the Bristolian punk outfit IDLES. Now three full length records into their career, along with a sold out in less than 24 hours show at Ally Pally and multiple upcoming packed out shows at the legendary Brixton Academy under their belts, the global industry has been given no choice but to tak...

September 22, 2020

It seems as though everyday that goes by in 2020 has been a struggle with very little optimism or hope remaining in the world. The light at the end of the tunnel seems to just be a faint flicker, seemingly extinguished with every small breeze that blows.This is very much a similar reason why Arizona indie-punks Sundressed where birthed into life, being built on the same fundamentals of living on a chaotic planet that at times can be so hard to de...

September 21, 2020

The euphoric heights, the stomach wringing lows and the adrenaline pumping inversions. When she's not busy fronting the post-metal powerhouse Svalbard, Serena Cherry is co-running CoasterForce, an online platform devoted to all things rollercoaster related. A bonafide coaster aficionado, Serena has spent years travelling the globe in order to experience the very best of what the world's theme parks have to offer, doc...

September 21, 2020

Back in January – when we were all oh-so blissfully ignorant to the horrors 2020 would play host to – the world of contemporary music was busy ruminating on the albums that were set to be released over the course of the year. Whist such a list was jammed with a plethora of major artists, one such release topped the list in bold italics; the ninth studio album from Deftones.

Following on from nine months of feverish anticipation and speculatio...

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