A brand-new all-dayer is heading to Liverpool, packed to the gills with new and established talent in alt-rock, hardcore, metal and more. So with the inaugural No Play Festival on the horizon, we’ve broken down the whole lineup to see what you can expect.
In this Review Round-Up, Buggin deliver another killer hardcore outing for the year, and have it sandwiched between releases from Superlove and DETHRXNER that both leave a bit to be desired.
Sporting the best lineup of the summer, 2000trees brings metric tons of great bands to this year’s festival season, and we’ve broken down the whole lineup to take a proper look, as well as a few recommendations from the bands themselves.
Superlove’s debut full-length continues to delve into their eclectic pool of influences, in an alt-rock / hyperpop blend that might be their most succinct example to date, while still needing some work to really finalise what this band wants to be.
In this Review Round-Up, Maroon 5 nosedive while KennyHoopla and Travis Barker soar, joined across the board by Garbage, K.Flay, Sleater-Kinney, Tigercub, Superlove, Mammoth WVH, Another Now and Whispering Sons.
In this Review Round-Up, disappointing new albums from Orianthi and L.A. Guns lead, while Helen Love and Newmeds find quality, Superlove and Boundaries display promise, and GHØSTKID and Scarlet flounder.
THIS WEEK: The first Track Pack of 2019 is headed up by Wage War and their brand new track, as well as Catfish And The Bottlemen, Millencolin, Puppy, Holding Absence, FIDLAR and Mark Morton’s much-anticipated collaboration with Chester Bennington