Heading into the summer months, the countdown to find tunes that can make the hot days more of a breeze is on. Music that is easy on the ears and embodies the carefree spirit of summer. Enter the treasure of William Beckett, the kind of musician you love or have just yet to have heard. … Continue reading Discovering William Beckett
Travelling; it’s got to be done because nobody wants to stay at Point A forever. With the Easter Break over, people all over are returning home from holidays abroad or back from home towns to their lives at school/university/work. As great as the time away can be, the long hours of travelling can sometimes be … Continue reading Travel Playlist
Nostalgia, it has a place in all of our hearts. A simple smell, an image, a sound is enough to transport us from wherever we are to wherever we were when a connection was made. There are personal nostalgias that only one or a finite group of individuals will understand and then there are generational … Continue reading Own a part of Linkin Park history
With Fall Out Boy nearly finished with the UK part of their European tour, reviews of the shows are pouring in filled with praise, awe and the lingering buzz of an awesome show. Well, this blog post is full of all that but with a twist. I can guarantee you very few, if any, people … Continue reading Fall Out Boy Live!
Panic! At the Disco have come a long way from singing about a whor-…I mean, a beautiful woman in 2005 to putting out possibly the club anthem of 2018. This week has been filled with some well kept (and some not so well kept) surprises for fans of the punk rock band. Already being pushed … Continue reading Say Amen for Panic! At the Disco
A song, music video and tour dates announcement all in one day? You can’t say I Don’t Know How But They Found Me (IDKHow) never gives us anything. On March 14th, Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman’s 80s pop punk project had a few things to say after months of seeming inactivity. Of course, IDKHow have … Continue reading Come and see the opening band, I Don’t Know How But They Found Me
After demanding the spotlight only in late 2017, Wartoad’s highly anticipated album What Rough Beasts is here and it’s everything you would and wouldn’t expect. Already having a pretty indecent reputation for their Christmas cover of ‘Merry Christmas Everybody’ and their debut original single ‘I Alone Can Fix It’, we’ve all been left to guess … Continue reading The album we’ve all been waiting for, Wartoad’s What Rough Beasts