What seems to be new, and has come to light with the release of Taylor Swift’s 6th album Reputation, is a legitimising “fan experience” where you have the opportunity to buy tickets for her live shows, dependent on how you interact and use yourself as a promotional vessel for the release of the new album.
A decade on from their meteoric rise, Klaxons’ legacy stands almost as a mere cautionary tale of a band who peaked too early.
We sit down with Glaswegian pop-punk band Lost In Stereo, and talk about what pop punk means to them, their already impressive collaborations and what else we should expect from the young, up-and-coming foursome.
Drab Majesty’s latest release is an ode to a tragedy barely covered by the press outside of the States.
God bless independent venues. In a world where the music industry becomes more about business than artistic expression […]
Where do you put a band who, after fourteen years of radio silence, return in 2014 and, after all that time, decide to set off on the road on a four-date tour across the U.K.? Answer: the Summerhall in Edinburgh
For the students who worry about how people perceive them, whether you rely on your brainy skills or your upbeat attitude, or the ones who trust their own validation, or the ones who are in-between, this show is for you.