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American art-punk/indie-rock band Geese arrived in Dublin’s The Sound House and played to a full room which was great to see considering they were up against a few other major shows on around Dublin on the night. The band themselves didn’t really have much to say, they just got on and done what a good …

We’ve interviewed them, reviewed their last album (which was listed by Backseat Mafia in the top 100 releases of last year), and now we had a chance to see the magnificent Holy Holy tread the boards in the much COVID delayed but highly anticipated ‘Hello My Beautiful World’ tour. This was a magnificence performance, buoyed …

I’m not sure I can remember such a brilliant triple line up in one night without attending a full blown musical festival. Three bands just about removed the roof of the Odeon Theatre in Hobart and I left with a rictus grin I couldn’t remove for hours. Actually, it’s still there. Confidence Man and A. …

In celebration of the recent government news of a rescue package for the future of Britain’s museums, galleries, theatres, independent cinemas, heritage sites and importantly music venues we have a look at some of the last gigs before the country went into lockdown. First up photographer Phil Roberts shares images from his last gig at …

The nights are getting darker and the leaves are tumbling from the trees so it must mean it’s time for the annual fall tour season. Each year The Amity Affliction ditch the Australian summer and dig out their winter coats as they spend time in Europe and the UK towards the end of the year. …

Getting to the top wasn’t easy for Fall Out Boy, going on hiatus in 2009 was probably the best thing they could’ve done as a band. Each member got to discover who they were individually, after growing up within the public eye as one unit. They returned to the scene again in 2013 full of …

  This specific sold out show has had some hype behind it for a while, much like their album; Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes’ live show is acclaimed by most in the genre as being quite the spectacle. So of course support band Basement have a lot to do to warm the crowd. With their …

You Me At Six have, as lead vocalist Josh Franceschi puts it “done everything we wanted, and now we’re just doing it for fun.” Considering the band are set to headline Reading And Leeds’ second stage come August, it’s quite the bold statement in regards to the bands goals. They’re here for the fun and …

As the weather gets colder, it only gets hotter and hotter inside the O2 Ritz in Manchester, last week they were graced with The Amity Affliction and exactly a week later they have another set of alternative and metalcore bands playing the stage, to possibly some of the same fans. Trash Boat, with something a little reminiscent …

“An Evening With” is becoming an ever more popular way of touring, Halestorm graced us with their “Evening with” last year, but only playing two dates across the country (Liverpool and London). This Black Stone Cherry tour is colossal in comparison. 13 dates in the UK, including two dates at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire. Not …