(Photo Credit: Brandon Keith Osborn, http://www.sayanythingmusic.com/)
During this years Slam Dunk Midlands festival we sat down with Max Bemis of Say Anything to talk about his time at the festival, his role behind the scenes in Say Anything, and to needle him for news on any new music.
Noizze: So thanks for taking the time to speak to us, How are you finding the festival so far?
Max Bemis: Incredible, it’s one of my most favourite show ever, and d...
We sat down with Bonnie Fraser (Stand Atlantic, Guitar/Vocals) and David Potter (Stand Atlantic, Bass) before their set at this years Slam Dunk Midlands festival to talk about their touring bucket list, their EP "Sidewinder" and their upcoming plans!
Noizze: Welcome Stand Atlantic, this is your third day and your first time at Slam Dunk! How does this compare to festivals over in Aus?
Over the Bank Holiday weekend Noizze got the chance to sit down with Holding Absence vocalist Lucas, bassist James and drummer Ash before their set at this years Slam Dunk Festival in Birmingham. Playing their first year on the festivals bill at the Rocksound Breakout stage, the band talk about their festival experiences, coping with the rising pressures, the albums that raised them and much more.
With 2018 fast approaching, we’re getting announcements left, right and centre. The one that's always stirred us up at Noizze has been good old Slam Dunk! Slam Dunk come out of the works a few days ago with no brakes, announcing a solid six band start to their festival line up.
They’ve kicked off the wave of bands with headliners Jimmy Eat World, who will be making their very first appearance at the festival. Along with everyone’s emo favourites, ...
With their second album Pleasantries hot off the press we used Slam Dunk to have a catch up with Alex from the Bath pop punk lads, Decade. We had a chat about the writing processes and how he feels about the industry.
Jess: How’re you feeling about today?
Alex: I feel good, we’ve already played. We didn’t get there late but just in time to load in so it was a bit of a rush, we basically just got there loaded in an...
Set It Off are continuing to solidify themselves as a pop punk band that are on a one stop path way of growth and experience, the jetpack that was set onto the band a few years ago doesn't seem to be running out of fuel yet, or even close to. We caught up with Zach and Maxx at Slam Dunk and had some questions for them.
With each May bank holiday, we are graced with another Slam Dunk hangover. Last weekend we headed over to the NEC to catch some of the biggest names in pop punk, ska and metal, and it’s safe to say we weren’t disappointed.
Opening the Monster stage was a pretty big task for Canadian pop punk outfit Like Pacific. However, they came with all guns blazing, interacting with the rowdy crowd whilst keeping their tight knit...