Latest News & Reviews

  • Rammstein Cancel UK Tour Dates
    Rammstein have regrettably announced the cancellation of their UK & European tour dates this summer. The band released the following statement: “Due to local event restrictions related to COVID-19, which now affect almost all planned dates, the band’s 2020 stadium tour can unfortunately not take place. We are currently checking whether it is possible to […]
  • Kraftwerk Co-Founder Florian Schneider Passes Away, Aged 73
    One of the original Members of the popular German Electronic Group Kraftwerk, passed away last night (Wednesday 6th May). Florian Schneider is not believed to have contracted Coronavirus, with the following statement being released shortly after the time of his passing: “”Florian passed away from a short cancer disease just a few days after his […]
  • Why it May be Worth Planning Your Christmas Party Early This Year
    There is no hiding it, this year has been absolutely mental so far. As it stands, there are no gigs or private events taking place in the UK (and many other countries of course), and that doesn’t look like changing any time before the end of Summer at the earliest. So instead of worrying about […]
  • Live Stream Gigs This Week!
    News flash! We’re all still stuck at home at the moment. It’s frustrating of course, but not to worry! We’ve compiled a list of the most interesting and exciting live stream gigs in the coming week for you to enjoy. There’s no shortage of content, so get stuck in and enjoy a selection of the […]
  • Review of A Day To Remember’s New Single – Mindreader
    A short fortnight ago, A Day To Remember released the third single from their soon-to-be-released album, “You’re Welcome”. What’s been interesting about what we’ve heard so far from the album is the huge stylistic differences between each track. Degenerates felt like an unnecessarily poppy effort that was aiming to follow on from the track “Rescue […]
  • Enter Shikari Album Review – Nothing is True and Everything is Posible.
    This review is somewhat of a special one for me. 15 Years ago I was helping run the doors at the Pioneer Youth Club in St. Albans, Herts where fabulous bands such as Gallows, Your Demise and Enter Shikari were regulars. I remember being there for the sold out ‘Anything Can Happen in the Next […]
  • My Chemical Romance Re-schedule all UK Dates.
    My Chemical Romance have re-scheduled all of their 2020 dates in the UK and Ireland to 2021, due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation. The band had announced 3 dates at the MK Dons Stadium in Milton Keynes, sandwiched between performances at the Eden Project in Cornwall and the Royal Hospital in Dublin. Original tickets remain […]
  • Online Music Lessons
    With the current Corona situation, lots of us are finding ourselves with far more time to spare than we’re used to. So why not make the most of this time by learning a new instrument! In this article, we’ve decided to promote a few local music teachers that would love to help you with some […]
  • twenty one pilots Release Unexpected New Single
    Can anything stop this band releasing kick-ass tunes? Despite having just had his first child and the world being in the middle of an unprecedented pandemic, Tyler Joseph and bandmate Josh Dun have released a brand new track; aptly named “Level of Concern”. At the time of writing, the YouTube video for said track has […]
  • The Tale of Two Gigs and the Sum of All Parts
    Sum 41, Kentish Town Forum, 2005 & Sum 41, The Dome Tufnell Park, 2020 When I was 12 I was handed Sum 41’s blockbuster ‘All Killer, No Filler’ and I fell instantly in love. Fast forward 3 years and I’d get to see them as my first ever Academy size show. Fifteen years later, I […]
  • How to Pick the Perfect Photo Booth
    When Photo Booths first came onto the Wedding & Events scene around fifteen years ago, most thought they were simply a fad that would disappear in a few years time. How wrong they were! Nowadays, they are a staple at Private Events across the globe. But with this progression over time, has come a vast […]