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CAMDEN ROCKS 2019 — Two Day Festival Report

Day One: The hottest weekend of the year began under a blazing sun and the brightest sky. After we’d collected our wrist-candy from The Underworld, we hotfooted to the primary performance venue, the 1500 capacity Electric Ballroom, to catch festival openers: the Kent arena-rockers-in-waiting Collateral. And, indeed, they were every bit as “Big Shot” as we expected and a perfect ...

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Deaf Havana

Deaf Havana, with Hot Milk and LaFontaines at Albert Hall Manchester

Walking up to the Albert Hall Manchester, I notice a queue round the block of people, all there for one reason, to have a great time. I have never been to the Albert Hall before and if you haven’t either I urge you to go. It’s so beautiful inside. I just stood by the sound desk looking up at the ...

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Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes

Six bands that absolutely smashed 2000Trees 2017

2000Trees is, without doubt, a community. To use the cliché, like-minded music fans assemble in the Cotswolds countryside every year to see their favourite underground artists and discover some new bands to add to their Spotify playlists and vinyl collections. In the usual festival circles, there was some debate regarding this year’s headline choices – but however you felt about ...

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RAMzine Issue 12

RAMzine Issue 12 – Festival Previews, In Flames, Johnny Deathshadow

Get a FREE print copy here. Aerosmith, Airborne, Amon Amarth – three very different style bands, yet we are very excited to see all of them headline festivals this summer! RAMzine’s traditional Festival Previews Feature returns in this issue, as we come into the new year and start planning our summer. We had a chance to catch up with Anders of In ...

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Handmade festival 2016 announced final additions

Handmade Festival 2016 set to take place at the end of April in Leicester has made the announcement of the final acts to join the 3 day weekend from April 29th to May 1st. The final announcement brings a further 16 acts to the festival including Kagoule, Crows, Speaking in Italics, Vitamin, Get Inuit, Waking Aida, The Reckless Youth, Lacura, ...

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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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Deaf Havana, coming to a stage near you

Deaf Havana, coming to a stage near you.. possibly. Norfolk six-piece Deaf Havana have unveiled a festive treat for fans this week with the announcement of a December tour. The band, who recently hit the stages of Reading and Leeds Festival will be looking to bring 2014 to a end with a cluster of live dates. Since the release of ...

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Butserfest Review 2014

It’s not often I get over excited about a festival which declares itself alcohol free. In fact it would have to be something pretty special to get me there in the first place. And Butserfest is. Butserfest is now in its eighth year; after local young people told the council there wasn’t enough to do in the area. Growing year ...

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