Wednesday brings a very different event to what was experienced 2 days before in the same venue. Jessie Ware’s support act comes in the form of a drag queen DJ set from the one and only Jodie Harsh. Anyone walking into this already packed venue, is a little confused at what’s happening at first but …

As the snow is still melting from the day before, there’s an understandably small queue outside the o2 Academy in Birmingham this brisk Monday night. The venue slowly fills with excited faces ready for an interesting line up. Vona Vella, who are signed to Pete Doherty’s record label are first up and they are sure …

There’s an excitement in the air throughout Coventry as 4 local bands are about to take the stage at the HMV Empire. They’ve sold over 1,000 tickets to this 1,100+ person venue which is no small feat and whilst the place isn’t entirely sold out, it certainly feels like it. After a warm welcome at …

We’re in for a very different night tonight; with support from July Jones & Sizzy Rocket, this self funded, predominantly ladies & LGBTQ+ event is definitely one of a kind. The smaller than expected audience turns this into the intimate gig that we didn’t know we needed. Both Sizzy Rocket and July Jones have to …

As the lights dim for a sold out first night of the tour for Punk Rock Factory, the atmosphere in the room rises, filling the o2 Academy’s 3rd room from floor to ceiling. The nervous welsh four piece walk on stage in front a personalized LED light of their logo ready to give it their …

It’s hard to believe that on this unassuming Saturday night in Leicester, Dadi Freyr and support, HYYTS are putting on a show that was 50/50 music/comedy. You can hear the laughter from the packed second room at the o2 Academy from the ticket desk and as you enter the crowd, it’s nothing but wholesome vibes …

As the screaming starts at a quick sound check and the crowd are going crazy for some classic pop punk songs (Paramore and My Chemical Romance help the time pass a bit quicker), the atmosphere in the room – Rock City, Nottingham, is becoming electric. The Hunna can’t enter the stage at a better time; …