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

New Model Army “Winter” tour continues into Spring

Including a date at Glasgow's Garage, New Model Army are still on the road supporting their superb Winter album. The trek continues and takes in a handful of venues over the March/April period, with the full list below. Sheggs was very complimentary of the album, while Sarah traipsed over from Spain to see them in Brighton! … Continue reading New Model Army “Winter” tour continues into Spring

New Model Army / Mad Dog Mcrea – Concorde2, Brighton (16th Nov 2016)

My ears are still ringing (and rightly so) after an amazing night at Brighton’s Concorde2 with New Model Army and their support Mad Dog Mcrea. I caught some very enjoyable songs from the Mad Dog Mcrea set having not seen or heard them before. Some very skillful folk rock going on there. I’m always in … Continue reading New Model Army / Mad Dog Mcrea – Concorde2, Brighton (16th Nov 2016)

Review: New Model Army – Winter

There’s a lot of expectation for this, New Model Army’s 13th Studio album, following the success of their last full player Between Dog and Wolf, itself the first New Model Army album to reach the Top 40 of the UK charts since 1993’s The Love of Hopeless Causes. Like perhaps all New Model Army releases … Continue reading Review: New Model Army – Winter

New Model Army hit Lincoln on May 5th

Absolute flipping legends New Model Army have been on the go since I was a nipper and are on the live circuit again including a stop-off at the Engine Shed in Lincoln on May 5th. A band that have hopped and skipped around being pigeonholed (rock, metal, goth, punk... who cares?) they've managed to stay … Continue reading New Model Army hit Lincoln on May 5th

Rock Bottom Risers / Marshall Gill (New Model Army) / The Crowman (Steam Punk Weekend Haworth) – 21st November 2015

Haworth is a strange little village, tucked away in the valleys between Lancashire and Yorkshire, famous for its cobbled streets, steam trains and the home of the Bronte sisters. As a result, it has a lot of visitors, which means facilities and events that well outweigh its population. Due to local promoter John Lambert (some … Continue reading Rock Bottom Risers / Marshall Gill (New Model Army) / The Crowman (Steam Punk Weekend Haworth) – 21st November 2015