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Ashestoangels, New Years Day and more added to Camden Rocks 2016

Revelling in the success of their recent tour run supporting Aiden, UK rockers Ashestoangels have been announced as a latest addition to the 2016 edition of Camden Rocks Festival. The band will be bringing the noise on Saturday 4th June and will join the 200 strong lineup that also includes the likes of Sikth, Young Guns and We Are The Ocean. ...

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Review: Breakout Festival 2015

A gloriously sunny day at the coast; the setting could not be better. Hosted at Brighton Racecourse: Breakout Festival 2015. Upon arrival, I was surprised by the scale – having attended Butserfest just two weeks prior, I thought that was small despite having three stages! Breakout Festival sported just a single stage and a rather small area of asphalt in ...

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2000 Trees Festival: The Highlights

If you’re beginning to tire of the sponsor-laden hoo-hah, countless ‘festival fashion’ articles and ever-increasing ticket prices that you get with mainstream festivals, it might be time to think about sizing down. Held on a farm near Cheltenham in basically the middle of nowhere with a capacity of just five thousand people, 2000 Trees takes music festivals back to what ...

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Final bands announced for 2000trees Festival

If you haven’t seen the line-up for 2000trees Festival yet – you need to check this out! Headlined by Deaf Havana & Alkaline Trio, the last news we heard included the announcement of Errors, Skinny Lister, Honeyblood, Kiran Leonard, ROAM, Tax the Heat, Boy Jumps Ship & Oh Boy! 2000trees is a festival that supports new and underground acts, as well as showcasing more ...

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Reading & Leeds Festival: Limp Bizkit, BMTH, Mastodon and many more added to line-up

As if the line-up wasn’t awesome enough, a shed-load of names were added to the billing of this year’s Reading and Leeds festivals. The third headline act joining  Metallica and Mummford & Sons, are The Libertines. Don’t worry, some more RAMzine favourites such as Limp Bizkit, Mastodon, Bring Me The Horizon, All Time Low, and Frank Turner – among many, ...

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We Are The Ocean cover London Grammar in Radio 1 Live Lounge

As well as regular play of their latest single ‘Ark’ BBC Radio 1 invited We Are The Ocean to record a stripped back version of their single as well as a surprise cover in the world- famous Live Lounge. The Essex four-piece played their own unique version of London Grammar’s ‘Hey Now’ in the band’s first time in the Live ...

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Live Review: We Are The Ocean, Decade, Boy Jump Ship

Well its been a great night. Fantastic support acts with a fantastic headline you can’t go wrong. oh and cheep beer is a total win. Boy Jump Ship The first to come on stage. They were defiantly a good choice as without any suspense or doubt, they went straight into action and the crowd responded with singing and ace dance ...

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We Are The Ocean ‘Ark’ Free Download

Earlier this week We Are The Ocean‘s new track ‘Ark’ was premiered on Zane Lowe’s ‘Hottest Record in the World’ on BBC Radio 1. The record is far progressed from the days of ‘Nothing Good Has Happened Yet’. It is nice to see them with this almost stadium sound now. They kinda sound like Muse. But boys and girls, there is ...

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Canterbury stream ‘Dark Days’ in full

Surry group Canterbury have begun streaming their third studio album, Dark Days, in full. The album was produced by Peter Miles (We Are The Ocean, Dry The River) and with tracks mixed by Adrian Bushby (Muse, Foo Fighters) and follows the heavier edge in the band’s music brought forward by their prior EP, Satellite. Check out the stream below! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjVJXlauYSM ...

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Mallory Knox new Single ‘Hello’

Mallory Knox announce second Butserfest acoustic set

Mallory Knox have announced they will be doing another acoustic set at this year’s Butserfest. Their set at last year’s festival went down so well, the festival organisers could not help but ask the lads for a repeat of their performance as well as their ready planned set on main stage below headliners, We Are The Ocean. Current ticket holders ...

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