Posts Tagged ‘Ash’

INTERVIEW: Ash (21/11/2016)

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Back in 1996, Ash released their No. 1 record ‘1977’ that spawned hit singles ‘Oh Yeah’, ‘Girl From Mars’ and ‘Goldfinger’, and led to the Northern Irish band becoming one of the biggest garage rock bands in the UK. 20 years on, the band are celebrating the anniversary by touring the record in full – we caught up with drummer Rick McMurray to chat about the legacy of the album and what fans can expect at the special shows.

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NEWS: SiKth, Ash, Jamie Lenman and more join 2000 Trees Festival’s 2016 line-up!

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2000 Trees Festival has announced the spy on phone number names of eight more bands joining its 2016 line-up. The festival bill already boasts the likes of Refused, Twin Atlantic, While She Sleeps, enter phone number to spy The Bronx and Mallory Knox, and will take place at Upcote Farm, Cheltenham across the weekend of July 7th-9th. Check out the new additions below:

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NEWS: Ash confirm headline UK tour for December 2015!

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Irish rock trio Ash have just confirmed dates of a full headline tour across the UK this December, which will promote the band’s forthcoming full-length record, ‘KABLAMMO!’. You can find all dates of the tour listed below:

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NEWS: Ash confirm headline UK tour for June 2015!

British rock veterans Ash have just confirmed a headline tour across the UK in June in support of their forthcoming LP ‘Kablammo!’, just ahead of a handful of festival appearances. All of the band’s upcoming UK shows are outlined below:

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NEWS: Reading/Leeds Festivals confirm new acts for 2015, including Bring Me The Horizon, Mastodon, Limp Bizkit, Cancer Bats and more!

The ever popular Reading/Leeds Festival weekend have now confirmed another handful of names to join this year’s line-up, including Bring Me The Horizon, Mastodon, Limp Bizkit and newly announced headliner, The Libertines. You can see all the new names listed below:

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SPOTIFY: Reading/Leeds Festival 2010 playlist!

Did everyone who went to Reading and Leeds festival this year have a good time? We’re sure being back at home may be more comfy and warm but not as fun as your weekend just was, but it’s not all bad. We’ve made a playlist for all of you to relive your experience, shoving all the best artists into one chain of 37 tracks of bands and acts who played across the festival weekend. Of course not every single band that played over the weekend is on the playlist, that’d be silly and some of them were a bit rubbish. We just shoved on those that we cover on the site and think you’d appreciate the most.

If you’re a Spotify user check it out and let us know what you think of it:
Reading/Leeds Festival 2010 playlist

Festival goers enjoy, and those who didn’t go just shove this on really loud and pretend you were there. Maybe bring some mud and grass in from outside, pitch a tent in your living room, wear some wellies and drink and dance lots!

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