Saffron Records. A Bristol-based record company with a twist.
Jason Bishop of Bristol-based rock newcomers Montroze rushes onto the stage at the 200-year-old Barley Sheaf. But despite the dated stone walls, wooden beams and unbelievably low ceilings, the band somehow makes their pop punk riffs feel completely at home.
It seems that every other day or so another band is appealing via Facebook to recoup funds lost to robbery whilst touring. In the UK scene alone there has been over 15 cases where a band has had to turn to crowdfunding after equipment and merchandise has been stolen from tour vans
Words by Phoebe Randall , photos by Getty Images & viagogo.com The Royal Albert Hall’s former president, Richard Lyttelton, has labelled the venue a ‘national disgrace’ after it promotes selling on tickets to secondary ticketing sites. With people purchasing tickets and re-selling them for profit, secondary ticketing is something that is increasingly becoming more of an... Continue Reading →
A mosh pit is common occurrence at a gig. You’re bound to see at least one at a gig, particularly in the alternative scene and they can take place in many different variants.
Reading-based rock band The Amazons are set to release their self-titled debut album through Fiction Records on 2nd June.
Words by Jack Webb, photos by 2000 trees.com Cheltenham based festival 2000 Trees has announced 15 new acts to play its 2017 lineup via the BBC Radio 1 Rock show. “Check it out, last night we announced the amazing… Lower Than Atlantis / Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes / Mallory Knox / The Menzingers Honeyblood... Continue Reading →