Posts Tagged ‘Sky Valley Mistress’

NEWS: Yashin, Sonic Boom Six and more join Camden Rocks Festival 2016 line-up!


With Camden Rocks Festival set to return for another year in just a couple of months, a further handful of band’s have just been confirmed to join this year’s line-up, with the latest additions to the bill including Yashin, Sonic Boom Six, Johnny Foreigner, and more.

They’ll join the already announced acts (and 100+ more yet to be unveiled) scattered across the 20 venues in Camden, London on the day.

You can check out all of the latest names to join the line-up along with an updated poster below:

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VIDEO: Sky Valley Mistress – Dirty Blonde Blues

Manchester rock quartet Sky Valley Mistress have released a video for their latest single ‘Dirty Blonde Blues’, taken from their mini album ‘the best thing you’ve never heard’ out now via Holy Roller Records. Check out the video below:

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LIVE: Download Festival @ Donington Park – Saturday (15/06/2013)

Date: June 15th, 2013
Venue: Donington Park, Derby


Another years means yet another Download Festival weekend, one of the leading British music festivals for all of your needs in rock, metal, punk and everything inbetween. With a stellar line-up which featured what could arguably be their best main stage headliners to date, we of course got stuck in with the mud, beer and fun that the festival is more than known for.

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NEWS: Red Bull Studios confirm 8 winning bands to perform at Download Festival 2013!

After a competition that has seen 15 unsigned bands across the UK compete for a slot on the Red Bull Studios Stage at this year’s Download Festival weekend, the judges have now revealed the 8 winning bands who will be playing at Donington. All eight winning bands, consisting of six who won by public vote and two wildcards picked by the judges, are listed below:

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NEWS: Red Bull Studios name 15 bands to progress to next stage of Download Festival contest!

Following the nationwide opportunity raised by Red Bull Studios last month for a select few up-and-coming bands to perform at this year’s Download Festival, the judges have now revealed the 15 bands chosen out of the hundreds of entries to progress to the next stage. All 15 bands are listed below:

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