Big up the South London massive.
Gruff Rhys takes Bristol on a walk into the wilderness, as he tells the tale of doomed Welsh explorer John Evans. Words by Ric Rawlins.
The Foo Fighters weren't shitting us as we got to their secret show in Waterloo.
Playing a very well structured set with songs seamlessly flowing into one another
Date: | By Cole Salewicz
Hate Hate Hate records took over The Shacklewell Arms, unveiling Drenge as the secret headliners.
Calling their music ‘Beach Goth’ a mixture of garage rock and psychedelic rock inspired by the sounds of the late 60s.
Charlie Boyer and the Voyeurs are seemingly a band, who live it , like they play it.
Date: | By Stuart Gadd
Howling Bells headline show at Madame JoJo's
Shambala festival returned for its 15th anniversary and promised to be better than ever.
Date: | By Alex McCaffrey
A hilarious juxtaposition of epic music
Live music reviews from Artrocker Magazine.
Ty Segall, The 1975, The Cadbury Sisters and just a thing or two more in this month's issue of Artrocker.
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