Reading & Leeds is back once again with another huge lineup of indie, pop, rock, hip-hop and dance to round out festival season, and we’ve got your extensive guide of everything you can expect to see.
No Play Festival’s first year went off with an almighty bang, and we were there to catch Yonaka on full-blown headliner mode, as well as Vukovi, Graphic Nature, Going Off, Higher Power, Gen And The Degenerates and more.
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.
Festival season continues with Download Festival, as we break down the lineup of the UK’s premier rock festival to see what’s actually worth your time.
In this Review Round-Up, new releases from The Maine, Inhaler and Yonaka head up the return of Times Of Grace, solid tech-death from Cognitive and Ophidian I, and more from Bad Luck., Silvertwin and Collars.
For our next list, we take a look at the album tracks that mightn’t have gotten the most commercial love, but have still risen above everything else – the best deep cuts of 2019
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THIS WEEK: Weezer kick off The Black Album’s era with a brand new track, plus new music from Sleep On It, Culture Abuse, The Prodigy & Ho99o9, Sleep Token, Laura Jane Grace, itoldyouiwouldeatyou, The Struts and more