Livestream Review: Ash – 1977 25th Anniversary A Global Transmission

To celebrate 25 years of their platinum selling UK #1 debut album 1977, Northern Irish rock trio Ash performed the album in full during a very special online show on 5th June, which I was lucky enough to get the opportunity to view. 1996 seems like a long time ago. I was only 12 years old but … Continue reading Livestream Review: Ash – 1977 25th Anniversary A Global Transmission

Album Review: Ash – Teenage Wildlife: 25 Years Of Ash

Do you remember the time I knew a girl from Mars? Be honest here, you just sung that line didn't you? I don't care what genre of music you're into, Ash gave us one of those iconic songs and lyrics that just about everybody has heard of if not sung along to at some point … Continue reading Album Review: Ash – Teenage Wildlife: 25 Years Of Ash

Festival Review: Camden Rocks 2019 – Rachy’s View

I say it every year (and this is number 6) but I really can't believe how fast this festival comes around and is truly the start of summer for me. But this year is even more special, because for the first time it's spread over two days. Double the fun and double the sun! For … Continue reading Festival Review: Camden Rocks 2019 – Rachy’s View

Festival Review: Camden Rocks 2019 – Ross’ View

It’s that time of the year when several thousand people descend on Camden for the weekend to enjoy sunshine, good music and great company. As the yearly multi-venue festival in the heart of London saw it expand to a second day this year, stamina is needed. And once the tickets are exchanged for wristbands and … Continue reading Festival Review: Camden Rocks 2019 – Ross’ View

We’ll Be There: Camden Rocks 2019 – Rachy’s View

It's that time of year again and the official start of summer for me, yes it's Camden Rocks time! This year (for the first time ever) the festival will be spread over two days! So double the bands, double the fun and double the sun (hopefully)! It's my 6th year on the trot going and … Continue reading We’ll Be There: Camden Rocks 2019 – Rachy’s View

Album Review: Ash – Islands

I have to admit to being in total awe of Ash, they really are timeless aren’t they? I am not entirely sure how they do it. They never seem to age, Tim Wheelers’ voice is still as light and young as when they burst onto the scene at 16 years of age and wet behind … Continue reading Album Review: Ash – Islands