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June 4, 2020

Having toured with the likes of Boston Manor, WSTR and even Funeral For A Friend, South London’s Wallflower have become somewhat of a hidden gem in the UK emo/post-hardcore scene. Their first two EPs, Summer Daze (2014) and When It Fell Apart (2017) were undoubtable hits, and there was no questioning if their debut album could continue this momentum.

Teach Yourself To Swim’s four lead singles certainly made it unclear what to expect. Politically-d...

March 23, 2020

South London emo alt-rock stalwarts Wallflower have finally announced the details surrounding their longly-awaited debut full length today, with Teach Yourself To Swim being self-released June 5th..

The follow up to their 2017 EP Where It Fell Apart, Teach Yourself To Swim will see the band drawing upon retrospective alternative influences. Showcasing this is the record’s first single ‘Hungry Eyes’. You can listen to the track below.

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March 28, 2019

We all thought that 2000 Trees Festival  was looking mighty fine this year. With two sets from Jamie Lenman, ‘excited’ doesn’t even come close to how we’re feeling. This morning they treated us to a further 23 brilliant bands, resulting in a line up that’s pretty perfect.  

Hardcore punks Cancer Bats will be bringing their energetic live show to The Cave on Friday 12th July. They’ve been touring extensively over the past year and show no signs of...

January 30, 2019

It’s already been confirmed that this year’s instalment of Slam Dunk is going to be different. With the festival growing bigger every year as they scrap the Midlands’ date to focus on expanding Leeds’, we’re going to witness it hit a monumental milestone. Now, they’ve hit us with another surprise as they’ve announced ten more acts which will have us even more conflicted when the stage-split announcement comes.

The first two names were dropped the...

October 8, 2018

Despite hailing from the southern regions of London, it’s always felt like Wallflower (8) have become honouree citizens of the south western emo scene, with the group gracing the Thekla stage numerous times over the past several years. Whilst the inner hull of the great ship Thekla has seen the emo gang hone their skills and evolve as an act, tonight’s performance may be the group’s most refined and tight set thus far in Bristol. Despite being co...

May 27, 2018

Kicking off day two, Weatherstate (8) bring their Descendants influenced, poppy, punk rock to the Vocalzone Stage. Performing to a small crowd at this early time in the day doesn’t affect the band as they sound tight and sound raw but completely polished. Even though the audience turn out wasn’t huge, they clearly pleased the crowd that were there. It’s exciting to see where the band will take their potential in the future.

Over to the smallest...

August 10, 2017

Emerging after a year’s absence, the state of this once well renowned all day festival is a curious affair. Founded in the Nottingham in 2011, Hit The Deck was once a multi-city all day event spanning the best venues Bristol and Nottingham had to offer, whilst playing host to such acclaimed artists such as Brand New, The Wonder Years, Don Broco and Skindred, just to name a select view. In turn, at its peak, it was once comparable to the likes of...

June 22, 2017

Chicago natives Knuckle Puck have been making waves in the pop-punk scene since starting out in 2010. With a string of successful EPs under their belts, they finally released their much-anticipated debut album, Copacetic, in July 2015. The band’s return to the UK has been long-awaited, especially since the cancellation of their co-headline tour with fellow Chicago band Real Friends that was announced for December last year. A reschedule of d...

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