The opportunity to catch performances from the likes of Peace, Rat Boy, Superfood and INHEAVEN all in the same day is not one that comes around too often, so when this year’s line-up for Neighbourhood Festival was announced, it’s fair to say that fans of indie and alternative music got a little excited. The one-day … Continue reading NBHD Festival 2017: A Review
Thomas Truax is an American singer-songwriter and inventor, best known for his collection of weird and wonderful self-made instruments. Featuring but not limited to, a drum machine called ‘Mother Superior’, made out of “old bicycle wheels, a motor, spoons and various percussive bits.” Another of Truax’s ensemble is the Hornicator, an old modified gramophone horn. … Continue reading Thomas Truax Talks Music, Bike Wheels, and the Moon
Southampton is welcoming back a favourite family event on July 8th! The festival will return to Southampton Common on Saturday 8th July 2017. With a fabulous line‐up of artists to bring you the very best of the 80s, and an action packed day of general 80s madness, there is plenty to do for everyone at … Continue reading Let’s Rock Southampton returns on July 8th!
For the final 2016 show of their "I like it when you sleep for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it" tour, the 1975 took to the stage for a sold out performance at Cardiff's Motorpoint arena on December 22nd. The set list consisted of old and new favourites such as 'Chocolate', 'Girls', … Continue reading Chloe talks us through the final 2016 show for The 1975
The UK have selected their song for the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest in Ukraine. Six acts performed during the national selection show on BBC Two on Friday 27th January, all with the same hope - to represent the United Kingdom at Eurovision 2017. Following a public vote and an official jury vote the results were revealed, … Continue reading United Kingdom prepares to Celebrate Diversity at Eurovision 2017
Knocked Loose: This band bring a fascinating blend of four different core genres built around sounds from the DC Hardcore scene accompanied by deathcore like beatdowns; as well as displaying punk influences from the 80s that were reminiscent of bands like Black Flag and The Descendents . Knocked Loose got the crowd warmed up by … Continue reading Review: Counterparts at Talking Heads Southampton
1. Jarrod Alonge - 12 days of a pop punk christmas: A different take from the original “12 Days Of Christmas” however replacing the traditional christmas gifts with the stereotypical pop punk items that people would associate the scene with. Musically, the song shows the sonics of every generic pop punk songs. Not to be … Continue reading Top 5 Christmas Songs for 2016