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News

3.7.15
Clapham’s Calling, are you answering? The gates for Calling Festival are now open, and in the hours ahead, we’ve got some stellar performances lined up from the likes of The Hives, Modest Mouse, Ryan Adams and of course, the one and only Noel...
3.7.15
Calling Festival happens TOMORROW, so here are our top tips to ensure you have the best day. Top things to bring to Calling Festival 1. Ticket 2. Money 3. Sunscreen 4. ID 5. Raincoat/waterproofs/appropriate footwear (it’s not looking likely to be a...
2.7.15
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds have already achieved great things. After Oasis’ acrimonious split in 2009, Noel spent two years out of the spotlight working on new ideas and a new sound. He returned in 2011 with his solo project, the self-titled...
2.7.15
Ryan Adams is one of the most prolific active recording artists out there today. In his 15-year career he’s managed to put out 14 albums of original material, each that little bit different from the one preceding it. His latest self-titled record...
1.7.15
In 2015, American rock band Modest Mouse returned with their first new album in eight years, ‘Strangers To Ourselves’. Its roots can be traced back to 2012 when front man Isaac Brock bought a makeshift studio called Ice Cream Party in Portland,...
29.6.15
It’s time to start planning your Saturday! This weekend, Calling Festival will arrive on Clapham Common, as the UK’s premiere classic rock festival will see Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Ryan Adams, Modest Mouse and many more fantastic acts...
29.6.15
The Hives are unmistakable: their impeccable black-on-white dress sense and frentic live shows have earned them international acclaim and legendary status, and absolutely everyone knows a song or two from their back catalogue (‘Hate To Say I Told...
29.6.15
Echo & The Bunnymen have an illustrious past, one that’s seen them shake off their cult status to become one of the country’s best loved bands. After initially breaking the mainstream with their 1983 Top 10 smash ‘The Cutter’, the band split in...
29.6.15
Hailing from North London, four-piece alt-rock outfit Wolf Alice are comprised of Ellie Rowsell, Joel Amey, Joff ODdie and Theo Ellis. They’ve already made a splash on the festival scene, gathering fans along way and claiming Best Breakthrough...
26.6.15
Brought together by a shared love of music, surfing and snowboarding, Sunset Sons originally started as a touring covers band playing to holidaymakers in the Alps. However, since starting to write their own music, the band have signed a record deal...
26.6.15
Not content with writing tracks alongside Taylor Swift, Carly Rae Jepsen, Tegan And Sara and Sara Bareilles, or being a key member of Grammy Award-winning band fun., Jack Antonoff recently launched his new band Bleachers. They’re heavily influenced...
26.6.15
Having originally made a name for himself as the frontman of Norfolk-based alt. rock band Deaf Havana, James Veck-Gilodi, along with fellow band member Max Britton, has branched off to dabble in the solo spotlight, and has so far released a few...

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