In it’s 5th year now, Street Sesh is an annual festival held in Hull to delivering the best and new upcoming talents the north has to offer. Drawing in a crowd of over 30,000 it was definitely not a day to be missed! Humber Street Sesh is a combination of over 200 + unsigned bands, local artists and DJ’s performing ...

On the 21st May 2016, Funeral For A Friend graced the stage for the very last time. The band had announced a year prior that they would be no more following an aptly named “The last chance to dance” tour. This was to see the album’s Hours and Casually dressed and deep in conversation played in their entirety. On the ...

‘This Could Be a Movie, This could be a final act, we don’t need these, happy endings’ Just a few of the words sung so brilliantly and emotionally by Matthew Davies-Kreye on such an emotionally charged evening. 20th May marked the penultimate ever show for Funeral For A Friend after 15 years as a band, the Welsh rockers bowed out in an incredible final ...

When I was privileged to be sent a copy of Dust, the new album from Tremonti to review I didn’t know what to expect. I’d heard bits and pieces of Tremonti at Download 2015, but hadn’t heard any of their studio stuff. I must say, I was totally blown away with how much I love it! The album flows so ...

As I approached the bright lights of London’s Leicester Square, I met up with Panic State drummer Daniel Tweddle. We made our way inside and got informed that one of the bands had pulled out due to it ‘not being a proper venue’ whatever that means! What this meant, however, is that Panic State would get a slightly longer set. ...

When myself and Scott settled into our seats to see American Idiot the musical for the second time, we quickly realise that this is going to be different from the first time. First time around was in 2012 at Hammersmith Apollo, a much bigger stage and audience, and a cast of American actors. This time however, it was at the ...

State Champs announced their first UK headline tour a few months back and it was certainly the talk of social media, especially as people started to create theories as to who was going to support. Once it was officially announced that Knuckle Puck and Roam were supporting I could already tell it was going to be a killer night. I ...

When Moose Blood released their first material in 2013 they certainly made an impact on the UKs emo scene, quickly attracting fans from all over the country, they toured alongside the likes of Gnarwolves and then eventually embarked on a tour of their own in aid of their debut album, “I’ll Keep You In Mind, From Time To Time”. I ...

It seems to have been a never-ending wait for Knuckle Puck’s debut album, ‘Copacetic’. It’s been 4 years of EPs and collaborations for the band, but KP are finally back and this time they come with their first full length album. After listening to the album in full a couple of times I realised Knuckle Puck clearly took the time ...

After a six year wait, Rehasher is finally back with a new album. For those unfamiliar with this band, Rehasher is the side project of Less Than Jake’s Roger Lima and originally featured  members of Bullets to Broadway and Coffee Project. Unlike, its two predecessors, Make The Noise is a complete solo effort, with only the drummers brought in from elsewhere. ...