All Points East 2019 – Ticket Giveaway – Terms and Conditions

Bring Me The Horizon will be headlining All Points East Festival at London’s Victoria Park on Friday 31st May 2019. They will be appearing alongside Sleeping With Sirens, Architects, While She Sleeps, Employed To Sleep, Run The Jewels, Nothing But Thieves, Idles, Scarlxrd, Yonka, Lotus Eater, and Alice Glass.
And YOU could be there!

We have FIVE PAIRS of tickets to GIVE AWAY. All you will need to do is enter the ballot to be in with a chance of winning.

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ALL POINTS EAST COMPETITION GIVEAWAY

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

The Competition

The competition is enter a ballot in order to win tickets for the All Points East Festival, headlined by Bring Me The Horizon on Friday 31st May 2019, and is non-transferrable to any other festival dates.

Competition will run from 10:00pm on Saturday 11th May 2019  until 11:59pm on Thursday 16th May 2019.

All entrants must be 18 or over as must potential guests. (The festival reserve the right to ask for age verifying identification on the day.)

Winners will be randomly selected on Friday 17th May 2019, and the winners will be contacted by 3pm.

Winners of the competition MUST be present at the festival in order for both them and their guests to gain entry.

Winners will be responsible for arranging their own travel and accommodation if not based in London.

Entry to the Competion Ballot

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(Maximum nine entries per person/Maximum of one entry per social media platform)

All Entrants Must be 18 or Over.

Winners will be contacted in the first instance by Rebellious Noise. If your name is chosen through a purchase you will be contacted via the Email Address you signed up with. If your name was chosen through a social media share then you will be contacted via the social media method which was drawn.

Rebellious Noise Ltd. will not keep or pass on any personal details to any third parties.

By Entering this ballot you agree for Rebellious Noise to pass your preferred email address to All Points East Festival ONLY.

The Legal Stuff

Rebellious Noise Ltd. Are running this competition on behalf of All Points East Festival, and therefore are not responsible for any event cancellations.

All Points East Festival will have final say over any decisions regarding the event.

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A look at the Undiscovered Live Music Project 2019

The Undiscovered Live Music Project is a songwriting and performance competition that happens annually in Essex. Run by the Essex Music Development Agency, I’ve seen first hand how the Undiscovered Contest can help launch a music career.

The contest has run since 2009, and is split into bands and solo acts. The prize is 3 day’s recording time at Brentwood’s beloved youth club, The Hermit, a single release, and a music video. I’ve been following the project massively this year, attending all the heats as I took the crown as the Undiscovered Live Music Project’s Best Solo Act 2018, and so have had the privilege to play the heats across Essex this year as a guest act, as well as judging some of the band heats.

Harry Adams

My journey with Undiscovered began when I watched my favourite unsigned band, Dead Baby Birds, compete around 5 years ago, but I didn’t know fully what the project did. In 2017, I met a remarkable artist, Katy Forkings, who is the Undiscovered Best Solo Act 2017, and seeing how well she was doing post the contest, I applied.

I’m not sure how my 2018 would have gone without this contest. It has given me the chance to work with a band, including Dead Baby Birds’ Sam Laughlin and Tristan Embleton, who have now split. It’s also allowed me to network with musicians and I now have a guitarist, Nicole who also performed in Let’s Be Strange, a band who reached the final last year and who are competing in this year’s heats.

Nicole (Lets Be Strange)

I’ve released my debut EP ‘Anaphase’ on disc, and my debut single ‘Accessory’ with my next single, sponsored by undiscovered ‘Time’. I have attended most of the Undiscovered heats this year. I’m focusing on the Undiscovered Live Music Project Bands Final, which gained its last band on the line on Saturday 23rd February 2019.

Undiscovered travels across Essex to find its bands with heats in Chelmsford, Southend, Colchester, Basildon and for under 18s, Brentwood. I’ve been lucky to headline these nights as the Undiscovered Solo Winner 2018, and have also been asked to judge.

Our Undiscovered Live Music Project Band Final 2019 will be held at Colchester Arts Centre and will feature the following bands. The Waterfalls, from Southend, who raised the roof at their heat in the Chinnerys. An energised performance with a strong fan base gave them their ticket to the final. Rolled Up Sleeves, from the Basildon heat, create sophisticated rock music and have a stage presence I struggled to take my eyes away from. Unit 33, from Colchester’s Three Wise Monkeys, have a strong vocalist and rock arrangement behind them. Children of the Fuzz, took the last win for the final spot on Saturday 23rd February 2019. They’re a funky band with a strong rapport and image and I look forward to seeing them again in the final.

Finally, our wildcard this year is Vivacity, who also performed at the Southend Chinnerys heat. An indie and current band with a lead singer who plays an acoustic guitar, unlike the other bands in the final. I really enjoyed this band and have since listened to their recordings on Spotify which I found to be beautiful musically.

The Undiscovered Live Music Project’s Band Final will take place on Saturday 16th March at Colchester Arts Centre and the headlining guest act will be this year’s Undiscovered Live Music Project’s Solo Winner, my successor, Chameleon who I’m so proud of for gaining her title.

Chameleon

With this year’s competition still wide open, there is no saying who is going to be victorious this time around.

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If you think you have what it takes to win, you can enter next year’s competition via the link below.

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WWE Evolution RESULTS

Warning: This Post Contains Spoilers

 

WWE, again made history on Sunday 28th October when they brought their first ever all Women’s PPV, Evolution, to The Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, NY.

Lzzy Hale of Halestorm and Nita Strauss performed a song to open the PPV.

Michael Cole is joined on commentary by Reneé Young and Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix.

We also get a return from Lilian Garcia on ring announcing duties for some of the matches.

 

MATCH ONE:

Trish Stratus & Lita vs. Mickie James & Alicia Fox w/ Alexa Bliss

This was a good back and forth match, Trish and Lita did look slightly rusty, but that is to be expected. Overall this was a decent match with Trish and Lita getting the victory with a Litasault followed by a Chick Kick.

Winners: Trish and Lita

Dan’s Prediction: Trish and Lita

Score: 1-0

Match Rating: 3/5

 

MATCH TWO:

20 Women Battle Royal (winner earns Women’s title match)

Alundra Blayze vs. Asuka vs. Billie Kay vs. Carmella vs. Dana Brooke vs. Ember Moon vs. Ivory vs. Kelly Kelly vs. Lana vs. Mandy Rose vs. Maria Kanellis vs. Michelle McCool vs. Molly Holly vs. Naomi vs. Nia Jax vs. Peyton Royce vs. Sonya DeVille vs. Tamina vs. Torrie Wilson vs. Zelina Vega.

The IIconics were the last two to come out and berated the city they were in, they got in the ring and were eliminated immediately, this was a surpisingly short Battle Royal, which Zelina Vega thought she had won by throwing Moon and Jax over the top rope, only for both women to land on the apron, Nia then eliminated Vega meaning that the match came down to Nia Jax and Ember Moon, who looked like she had it won, but Nia Jax ended up eliminating her and setting up a future Women’s Championship match for herself.

Winner: Nia Jax

Dan’s Prediction: Asuka

Score: 1-1

Match Rating: 2.5/5

 

MATCH THREE:

Mae Young Classic Final

Toni Storm vs. Io Shirai

Last years Semi Finalist, 22 Year Old Aussie, and NXT UK performer Toni Storm battled The Genius Of The Sky: Io Shirai, in the final of the Mae Young Classic. This match was refereed by Jessika CarrNXT’s Female referee. This was a very good match, I’ve heard a lot about both of these female superstars, and the match didn’t dissappoint. It was a match that throughout seemed as though it could go either way, and in the end it was Toni Storm who ended up hitting her finisher The Storm Zero for the win and becoming the second Mae Young Classic Winner.

At the conclusion of the match, both women were presented by flowers in the ring by Stephanie McMahon, and Toni Storm presented with the MYC Trophy by Triple H.

Winner: Toni Storm

Dan’s Prediction: Toni Storm

Score: 2-1

Match Rating: 3.5/5

 

MATCH FOUR:

Six Women Tag

Bayley, Sasha Banks & Natalya vs. The Riott Squad.

The Riott Squad started this match very strongly, and with not much Natalya action, was a lot of the time Sasha and Bayley tagging in and attempting to work together. Bayley sacrificed herself at one point to protect Banks from a Senton, and the match looked to be over when Nattie locked in a double Sharpshooter on Ruby Riott and Sarah Logan, only for Liv to make the save at the last second. This then led to Sasha hitting the Frog Splash, paying homage to her idol the late, Eddie Guerrero, to earn the W for her team.

Winners: Bayley, Sasha Banks & Natalya

Dan’s Prediction: Riott Squad

Score: 2-2

Match Rating: 3.5/5

 

MATCH FIVE:

NXT Women’s Championship Match

Kairi Sane (c) vs. Shayna Baszler

I predicted that Shayna would win and that her ‘Four Horsewomen’ buddies would get involved and I was totally correct. Marina Shafir got involved and the match ended with Jessamyn Duke kicking Sane in the head and Shayna locking in the Kirifuda Clutch until Sane passed out.

Winner: Shayna Baszler – NEW Champion

Dan’s Prediction: Shayna Baszler

Score: 3-2

Match Rating: 3.5/5

 

MATCH SIX:

Last Women Standing Match for SmackDown Live Women’s Championship

Becky Lynch (c) vs. Charlotte Flair

The match started very quickly and got very physical with the use of kendo sticks and chairs. Both women took it in turns to slam each other onto the pile of chairs in the ring. Charlotte attempted her Moonsault through a table on Becky, but the table didn’t break, she ended up doing a Swanton Bomb which did. Becky tapped out to a Figure 8 which Charlotte had used a ladder to apply, but as this is a Last Woman Standing match, it doesn’t matter. Becky breaks it with a chair and attempts to leave through the crowd. Becky ends up doing a legdrop off a ladder, through the announce table to Chharlotte who beat the count. The finish occured when Charlotte laid Becky on a table and went for a Moonsault, but Becky got up and Powerbombed Becky through the table and Charlotte was unable to answer the count of 10. The crowd gave this a standing ovation

Winner: Becky Lynch

Dan’s Prediction: Charlotte Flair

Score: 3-3

Match Rating: 4.5/5 – MATCH OF THE NIGHT

 

MAIN EVENT:

Raw Women’s Championship

Ronda Rousey (c) vs. Nikki Bella w/ Brie Bella

From the get go Ronda Rousey controlled this match, but Brie attempted to interfere when the referee wasn’t looking, attempting to help her twin sister. Nikki did manage to get some decent offence in during this match and even got a near fall with a springboard kick. When Brie again tried to interfere, Ronda ended up slamming both Bella’s simultaniously. Nikki got a couple more near falls off of an Alabama Sla and then the Rack Attack 2.0. But ultimately the Baddest Woman on The Planet locked in her patented Armbar causing Nikki Bella to tap out. Ronda hugged family and friends at ringside.

Winner: Ronda Rousey

Dan’s Prediction: Ronda Rousey

Score: 4-3

Match Rating: 3.5/5

 

The PPV Ended with Rousey walking up the ramp and the entire Women’s division on stage in a huge show of unity, this was a fantastic PPV and goes to show that the days of using the Women’s matches as the ‘Piss Break’ are long gone.

A superb Effort from all involved

Overall Score: 3.5 out of 5

WWE Evolution PREDICTIONS

WWE Evolution Predictions

Evolution is WWE’s first all Women’s PPV and will be taking place at The Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York this Sunday (28th October). Dan looks at each match and gives his thoughts on what will go down at the event.

Tag Team Match

Trish Stratus & Lita vs. Mickie James & Alexa Bliss (or Alicia Fox)

Although this has been announced for a few weeks, there was a rumour that Bliss suffered a concussion over the weekend at a live event, and if this is the case then there is talk of her being replaced by Alicia Fox. I can see the Hall of Famer’s picking up the victory in this one, rolling back the years and pulling out all their old moves.

Dan’s Prediction: TRISH & LITA

Six Woman Tag Match

Riott Squad vs. Bayley, Sasha Banks & Natalya

I believe that WWE are grooming The Riott Squad as the first Women’s Tag Team Champions, and so I believe that this will be a big win on a big stage for the team. I can see there being some dissension in the ranks between Bayley and Sasha and this could indeed cost them the match

Dan’s Prediction: RIOTT SQUAD


Mae Young Classic Final

Io Shirai vs. Toni Storm

I’ll be honest here and say that I haven’t seen any of the Mae Young Classic this year, but having heard about a few of the ladies from this years tournament, I think it is going to be won by Toni Storm.

Dan’s Prediction: TONI STORM

Battle Royal – Winner Receives a future Women’s title match

Alicia Fox vs. Alundra Blayze vs. Asuka vs. Billie Kay vs. Carmella vs. Dana Brooke vs. Ember Moon vs. Ivory vs. Kelly Kelly vs. Lana vs. Mandy Rose vs. Maria Kanellis vs. Michelle McCool vs. Molly Holly vs. Naomi vs. Nia Jax vs. Peyton Royce vs. Sonya DeVille vs. Tamina vs. Torrie Wilson vs. Zelina Vega.

So far, there have been 21 participants announced for this Battle Royal for the chance to win a future Women’s Championship Match, I am surprised at the lack of announcements of any NXT talents, and think that there may be some announced, and this will I think determine the winner of this match. I believe that Asuka will win if the current line up remains, and I think it will be won by NXT’s Nikki Cross should the NXT Superstars be added to the match.

Dan’s Prediction: ASUKA / NIKKI CROSS

NXT Women’s Championship

Kairi Sane (C) vs. Shayna Baszler

With Jessamyn Duke and Marina Shafir signing WWE Developmental deals, could this lead to The Four Horsewomen from UFC joining forces in WWE – With Rousey defending her championship on the same show, there could well be something special about this. I predict that WWE may well put the belt on Shayna again and have her UFC buddies in her corner, making her even more of a force in the NXT Women’s division, and in the process making history by becoming the first ever Two-Time NXT Women’s Champion. 

Dan’s Prediction: SHAYNA BASZLER (New Champ)

WWE SmackDown Live Women’s Championship

Last Woman Standing Match

Becky Lynch (C) vs. Charlotte Flair

WWE are currently pushing Becky as a super heel and Charlotte as a super face, and I can well see this match causing a ‘double turn’ with Rumours circulating that Old Man Flair will be in attendance backstage at this event, could Naitch play a part in this and help his little girl to regain the Women’s Championship? I believe he may, as much as I don’t want to see Becky lose the title this soon, this is certainly a feud which can run and run.

Dan’s Prediction: CHARLOTTE FLAIR (New Champ)

WWE Raw Women’s Championship

Ronda Rousey (C) vs. Nikki Bella w/ Brie Bella

Ronda will dominate from start to finish in this match, which I have a feeling is going to close the show. I think that this will be a quick match which will cause a retention for the Champ.

Dan’s Prediction: RONDA ROUSEY

VIDEO: Nations League First Impressions | Goal Hanging

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VIDEO: World Cup 2018 Team of the Tournament

Now that it’s all over Dan looks back on World Cup 2018 to pick his Team of the Tournament, a World Cup XI that won’t be easy to get into as this years tournament had many stand out stars and even one or two upsets. Find out who makes the cut and the reasons behind their place in the team as Dan gives his thoughts on the key players and moments from the World Cup in Russia. You can find more football content on RebNoise.com and on this YouTube channel so don’t forget to subscribe!

Dan was also on with the Talk and Beans boys on their World Cup podcast specials (Predictions and Recap) this year which you can find on Apple Podcasts and on Soundcloud and don’t forget to check out more from Rebellious Noise on all of our Social outlets

You can find more football content on RebNoise.com and on our YouTube channel so don’t forget to subscribe! Dan will also be joining the Talk and Beans boys with World Cup podcast specials this year and don’t forget to check out more from Rebellious Noise on all of our Social outlets.

 

Talk and Beans: World Cup 2018 (Predictions)

Episode #52 of Talk and Beans is the World Cup 2018 predictions special. Scott and Tom are joined by Dan to go through their favourite kits, thoughts on the current England squad and their chances as well as predicting the entire tournament bracket to see who comes out as World Cup Champions at the end of the 2018 tournament in Russia.

Plus, Top players that are missing out, World Cup hype and more!

Check out more Football content from Rebellious Noise including this video of Talk and Beans guest Dan going through Gareth Southgate’s England squad.

VIDEO: Gareth Southgate’s England World Cup 2018 Squad

Gareth Southgate has picked his 23 man squad that will travel to Russia for the 2018 World Cup and Dan is here to compare the differences between his own picks and the England manager’s. There are plenty of talking points about the England team chosen to head to the World Cup including the big decisions to leave out Jack Wilshere, Jojno Shelvey and Joe Hart in favour of younger and less experienced talent such as Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Nick Pope. Who will be England’s number one? Is there enough balance of veteran experience and youth? We will find out this summer in Russia.

You can find more football content on RebNoise.com and on our YouTube channel so don’t forget to subscribe! Dan will also be joining the Talk and Beans boys with World Cup podcast specials this year and don’t forget to check out more from Rebellious Noise on all of our Social outlets.

The tournament kicks off on June 14th with the final being played on July 15th. The Talk and Beans Podcast are expected to bring you another lighthearted football podcast with their World Cup episode(s), just like the Euro 2016 episode last year which you can find on iTunes and on Soundcloud.

VIDEO: England World Cup 2018 Squad Picks

As the excitement for the 2018 World Cup in Russia continues to build we’ve got Dan to go through his own 23 man England Squad. It’s an interesting list that may raise some eyebrows and start some debate, so let us know what you think of his picks and who you would take on that England plane to Russia. Will Gareth Southgate pick a similar team?

You can find more football content on RebNoise.com and on our YouTube channel so don’t forget to subscribe! Dan will also be joining the Talk and Beans boys with World Cup podcast specials this year and don’t forget to check out more from Rebellious Noise on all of our Social outlets.

The tournament kicks off on June 14th with the final being played on July 15th. The Talk and Beans Podcast are expected to bring you another lighthearted football podcast with their World Cup episode(s), just like the Euro 2016 episode last year which you can find on iTunes and on Soundcloud.

Big Group games decided in draw for World Cup 2018

The Russian World Cup is already shaping up to be one to get excited for as the draw for the Group stage has now been announced and features some big match ups and could lead to some very interesting possibilities in the next rounds, including a Group B tie of Portugal vs Spain and a Group G match up of Belgium vs England. The Three Lions have also been drawn into Group G with Panama and Tunisia. Whilst a great performance against Belgium combined with an expected pair of wins over Panama and Tunisia may look like England will have a fairly easy ride into the Knockout Stage after having at least finished second in the Group, England fans will know that the script isn’t always kept with recent examples being a shock loss against Iceland in Euro 2016 and a disappointing start to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa with an opening match upset ending in a 1-1 draw against an excitable USA.

Group G on paper looks like it’s set for Spain and Portugal to go through but a rematch of the Euro 2012 Semi Final at such an early stage of the World Cup may cause one or even both of the teams to slip up and have their confidence knocked  which could then be cause for a giant killing or two in the proceeding games. Germany may have a difficult group game on their hands too if Sweden show up in Russia like they did when they ended up preventing Italy from seeing another World Cup tournament this decade.

With some of the bigger footballing nations not making the tournament this year and some of those that did having just scraped through the Qualifiers like Argentina did you might be forgiven for thinking that this World Cup may be missing out a few too many big names, but this draw shows the potential match ups that will still be leaving football fans daydreaming in the coming months. If England top their group then their road to a potential final wouldn’t be easy as they could face Columbia, Brazil, France and then Germany in a poetic final, but coming Second won’t make it any easier for them as they could potentially draw Poland, then Spain, Germany in the Semi Finals and Brazil if they made it to the big game. Let’s not overhype England though, because as we all know it could all come down to a depressing night against Panama.

The full Group draw is below:

  • Group A: Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Uruguay
  • Group B: Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Iran
  • Group C: France, Australia, Peru, Denmark
  • Group D: Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, Nigeria
  • Group E: Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia
  • Group F: Germany, Sweden, Mexico, South Korea
  • Group G: Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, England
  • Group H: Poland, Senegal, Colombia, Japan

The tournament kicks off on June 14th with the final being played on July 15th. The Talk and Beans Podcast are expected to bring you another lighthearted football podcast with their World Cup episode(s), just like the Euro 2016 episode last year which you can find on iTunes and on Soundcloud.