The Damned reschedule UK tour to Feb 2022 and announce supports

The Damned will play two nights at London’s Eventim Apollo, joined by Dunfermline’s finest punk rockers The Skids on 18th February, where they will celebrate the 45th anniversary of their historic debut album Damned Damned Damned. Newcastle’s The Wildhearts will join them for their second London show on 19th February. Penetration and TV Smith & … Continue reading The Damned reschedule UK tour to Feb 2022 and announce supports

The Wildhearts announce “by request” live stream

The Wildhearts are excited to announce a very special one off event - a global live transmission where fans help pick the set! While we’re still stuck in pandemic-enforced lockdown, which has put the kibosh on actual real-life touring plans for now, The Wildhearts are not letting this defeat them! On Saturday 17th April at … Continue reading The Wildhearts announce “by request” live stream

2019 Crew Review: Ross Green – Deputy Editor-in-Chief

I said this last year but it seems like only yesterday I put this together for last year. It’s something I always look forward to – the chance to draw the line under the year and look forward to the next. For me, I didn’t review quite as many albums as last year for a … Continue reading 2019 Crew Review: Ross Green – Deputy Editor-in-Chief

EP Review: The Wildhearts – Diagnosis

Right, we’re in the final three months of the year so whilst it was already a fair bet when it landed back in May, it’s fair to say The Wildhearts’ Renaissance Men is the best album of 2019. And if you say otherwise, that’s not even your opinion, you’re just wrong. Not content with just … Continue reading EP Review: The Wildhearts – Diagnosis

Bloodstock 2019: Mosh’s View

I'm the Big Bad Editor in Chief and I've been remiss in not doing my Bloodstock review as yet... Time to address that! Everyone else has already done lengthy bits about bands so I'll try not to focus on them, and instead bang on about what a great event it was. As usual! There are … Continue reading Bloodstock 2019: Mosh’s View

Festival Review: Bloodstock 2019 Day 2 – Ross’ View

With showers over the course of the weekend so far, mud has made an appearance despite not being listed on the line-up. Another repeat of figuring our plan of action between Mosh, Sean and I sees me back out amongst the bands before a retreat later to interview them. Krysthla have the honour of opening … Continue reading Festival Review: Bloodstock 2019 Day 2 – Ross’ View