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Not Ur Girlfrenz

New Texan Pop Punkers, Not Ur Girlfrenz, play their debut UK shows on Bowling For Soup Tour

If you’re looking for your next favorite new band, they don’t get much newer then Pop Punkers’ Not Ur Girlfrenz. Formed just a year ago they have already played Warped Tour, released a music video and debut EP titled New Kids In America. Not Ur Girlfrenz is made up of three girls from Texas, Liv Haynes (14) playing guitar and lead ...

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Ben Pool

Ben Poole Discusses his Dirty Laundry

Guitarist Ben Poole is currently on tour through to mid-December in support of his new album Anytime You Need Me, and has been making waves on the radio with his single ‘Dirty Laundry’ – Produced by King King’s Wayne Proctor who also play drums on the record as well as being part of the touring line-up with bass player Beau ...

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Uli Jon Roth

Uli Jon Roth “I don’t like anything artificial, I don’t like a show that is too smooth, I want the real thing”

Guitar wizard Uli Jon Roth is celebrating his 50th stage anniversary with a UK tour that includes the distilled essence of his music journey. Performing live has always been one of the most important aspects of his career, in fact, it’s no secret that many musicians have decided to start playing the guitar after seeing him in concert. Tonight he ...

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RAMzine Issue 21: Hands Off Gretel, One Last Day, Orange Goblin, Raging Speedhorn

RAMzine Issue 21 is out now and we have had a great few months of music up and down the country! We spoke with South Yorkshire grungers Hands Off Gretel in Newcastle about signing to major labels, genres and gender equality in rock. Then we headed on down to London to see Speedhorn‘s 20th Anniversary Show and through in an Orange Goblin (with ...

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Polyphia

Interview: Clay Gober of Polyphia

Everyone on this planet goes nuts for a crackin’ groove; that’s just a fact. If there should so happen to be some quality finger smokin’ shred layered over the top of that, you got yourself a winning combo right there. Even if instrumental guitar-twiddliness isn’t your thing, we’d find it quite hard to find anyone who couldn’t get their ears ...

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Diamond Head

Diamond Head, Burnt Out Wreck, Saints of Sin, Neuronspoiler, Alteration – Four Sticks Weekender Four Sticks Weekender

Finding our way south of the river we see our way through the hustle and bustle of the capital’s maze of streets and tube lines to New Cross. Here a fantastic live venue with that cosy pub feel is embracing a three day live music festival of which we are lucky enough to enjoy the first day of. As with ...

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The Amity Affliction

The Amity Affliction, The Plot In You, Dream State, Endless Heights – Manchester

Not too long after releasing their new album Misery The Amity Affliction return to the UK on a monster tour, bringing along three fantastic support bands The Plot In You, Dream State and Endless Heights. Opening up to a busy venue is alternative upbeat indie rock band Endless Heights, an Australian band who played in the UK earlier this year supporting Casey at ...

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Bohemian Rhapsody — Gary Langan

Bohemian Rhapsody Unplugged — Seminar by Gary Langan

On Saturday RAMzine went to the exemplary Festival of Sound (The Music and Audio Show) which is the UK’s Largest Luxury Audio and Lifestyle Show, held in West London. We went to attend a seminar given by GARY LANGAN, the 62-year-old engineer, producer, mixer and musician who worked as an assistant engineer at the SARM studios in the 1970s, learning ...

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RAMzine 20 Wednesday 13

RAMzine 20 | Wednesday 13, Bloodstock, Godsized

RAMzine Issue 20 is out now featuring an interview with ‘The Duke of Spook’ Mr Wednesday 13, the massive Bloodstock Festival Review and our account of Godsized sneaking back for a quick show. In our RAMzine Classis’s Series, we delve back into ’71 Cooper album Love It To Death and we celebrate the now crowned Modern Classic How We Both Wondrously ...

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Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes

Reading Festival 2018 – The Rock Review

Reading now is not the Reading of the past. It’s no secret that rock fans have voiced their disapproval outload throughout the course of the last decade over the festival’s gradual integration into mainstream territory. In 2018, the feeling that rock and heavier acts are being swept to one side is understandable, though to be honest the situation isn’t as ...

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