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The 1975 announce UK & Ireland 2019 Tour dates

It is true what they say – The 1975 never, ever do anything by halves.  The band has just announced a nine-date UK & Ireland run, taking place across January 2019, in aid of their new record. A Brief Enquiry…

Arctic Monkeys Announce Exhibition In Sheffield And London

The exhibition coincides with the Sheffield band’s UK tour dates; running through the week of their London and Sheffield shows. While the sole concept is a display of unseen photographs taken by the band’s photographer, Zackery Michael; the exhibition will…

Dilly Dally Release New Single ‘Doom’

Dilly Dally has just released their latest track ‘Doom’, taken from their forthcoming album, Heaven.  Grungy, Joy Division-esque instrumental introduces the track, which is soon complimented with the haunting vocals of lead singer… The song speaks about the close destruction of…

Paris Street Rebels Release Debut Single ‘Freakshow’

Full to the brim of politicised statements, this dynamited rock-pop band’s latest single create flawless impressions. Chris Marshall and Johnny Madden, behind names such as Gerry Cinnamon, Rascalton and The Dunts, have worked alongside The Paris Street Rebels to create…

Lachlan Denton Debut Single Out Soon

Signed by Bobo Integral, Lachlan Denton (of the Australian band, Ocean Party) has recently released his solo single, ‘Drinking’. The LP release is said to be a break-up album, unquestionably emotion induced yet with a huge dash of optimism thrown…

Ded Rabbit Announce New Single and Tour

Following their latest release ‘Moonlight Horror’, the Edinburgh four-piece are back with their latest single, ‘The Milkman’, available from 7th September.  Recorded in Glasgow’s Rocket Science Studios, the psychedelic rock track transcends their previous releases. Indulgent, invigoratingly pierced guitar riffs…

Gengahr release new single ‘Atlas Please’

Gengahr are back with their latest single ‘Atlas Please’, one of their best works to date via Transgressive Records, produced by no other than Jack Steadman from Bombay Bicycle Club. Tame Impala and a dash of Bombay vibrations ooze through…