British reggae rock act The Skints have just released a full stream of their brand new single, ‘Rubadub (Done Know)’. You can listen to the full track via the embedded player below:
Bournemouth’s Burn Out Festival returns for 2013 on the weekend of 26-28th July with tickets on sale this Friday. Read the rest of this entry »
Returning for its 8th consecutive year, Slam Dunk Festival have confirmed its first wave of bands for the line-up that will create 2013′s festivities. The festival weekend will be headlined by Maryland based pop-punkers, All Time Low. The full roster of bands currently composing the line-up are listed below, along with an official poster:
Tags: All Time Low, Fireworks, Four Year Strong, Pierce The Veil, Polar Bear Club, Senses Fail, Slam Dunk Festival, Steetlight Manifesto, The Early November, The Skints, The Story So Far, The Wonder Years, Woe Is Me
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Releasing the first ever single ‘The Swarm’ for the rollercoaster ride of the same name at Thorpe Park is an impressive feat for any act, nevermind one as young as Surrey bred rockers, You Me At Six. With this coupled along with the success of their latest full-length, ‘Sinners Never Sleep’, we caught You Me At Six at the first Manchester date of their March UK headline tour, and caught a few shots of the guys along with support acts Kids In Glass Houses, Mayday Parade and The Skints. Check ‘em out:
Date: March 28th, 2012
Venue: O2 Apollo, Manchester
Support: The Skints / Mayday Parade / Kids In Glass Houses
It’s crazy to think just how big the band You Me At Six are today in comparison with their young age, with vocalist Josh Francheschi being just a mere 21 years old. Breaking onto the scene with their debut album just five years ago, the band have made astonishing achievements, one of which most recently being the release of the first ever single for a rollercoaster ride, ‘The Swarm’. The crowd drawn into the first of two dates at Manchester’s O2 Apollo is just another testament to the band’s growing popularity.
With a tour supporting You Me At Six coming around next month, The Skints have just announced a headline tour of the UK of their own for October. All dates of the tour can be found below, along with ticket links:
Punk group Anti-Flag have confirmed their own festival, appropriately named ANTIFest, to take place in the UK on May 3rd 2012. The festival will be held at The Forum at the University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield, featuring a range of bands throughout the day. More info can be found below:
Stage times for the Jägermeister Ice Cold In Hatfield event this Tuesday (November 29th) have been revealed. Here’s who is on which stage and at what time, be sure not to miss them:
Jägermeister have announced their Ice Cold In Hatfield event later this month, which will be held across two rooms at The Forum Hertfordshire on November 29th 2011. The event follows the success of the first Jägermeister Ice Cold event in May at Battersea Power Station in London, which saw rock legend Alice Cooper appear in the UK’s first 4D holographic gig.
The full line-up and details on how to purchase tickets can be found below:
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Celebrating its 10th anniversary with a huge bang, Slam Dunk Festival hosted some big and legendary names in the pop-punk/ska punk scene to their roster: Reel Big Fish, Goldfinger and Less Than Jake. Along with several other established aswell as up-and-coming acts spread across several stages, Slam Dunk has always been, and still remains to be, the best pop-punk event the UK has to offer. We joined in on the fun at the Leeds date of the festival weekend this year, and here’s what we thought of who we managed to catch across the day:
Tags: A Loss For Words, A Rocket To The Moon, Adelaide, Anti-Flag, Basement, Blitz Kids, Bury Tomorrow, Dance Gavin Dance, Deaf Havana, Decade, Don Broco, Failsafe, Feed The Rhino, Francesqa, Goldfinger, Hellogoodbye, Hit The Lights, Hyro Da Hero, Less Than Jake, Lower Than Atlantis, MC Lars, Me Vs. Hero, Not Advised, Paige, Reel Big Fish, Set Your Goals, Shadows Chasing Ghosts, Slam Dunk Festival, The Dangerous Summer, The Skints, The Starting Line, This Time Next Year, VersaEmerge, We Are The In Crowd, We Are The Ocean, Yashin
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Slam Dunk Festival have now announced the official stage times for both the Leeds and Hatfield dates. You can check the official times of each stage on both of the festival dates below:
Tags: 3OH!3, A Loss For Words, A Rocket To The Moon, Akira The Don, Anti-Flag, Attack! Attack! (UK), Babar Luck, Basement, Blitz Kids, Bury Tomorrow, Cartel, Dance Gavin Dance, Dave House, Deaf Havana, Decade, DJ Pesk, Don Broco, Faceplant, Failsafe, Feed The Rhino, Framing Hanley, Francesqa, Ghost Saddles, Goldfinger, Hellogoodbye, Hit The Lights, Hyro Da Hero, InnerPartySystem, Jimmy Holland, Less Than Jake, Lost Boys, Lost On Campus, Lower Than Atlantis, Mayday Parade, MC Lars, Me Vs. Hero, Not Advised, Oli Brierley, Paige, Reel Big Fish, Rio, Sam Little, Set Your Goals, Shadows Chasing Ghosts, Slam Dunk Festival, Summerlin, Tek-One, The Dangerous Summer, The Famous Class, The Lion & The Wolf, The Skints, The Starting Line, The Summer Set, This Time Next Year, Tiger Please, VersaEmerge, We Are The In Crowd, We Are The Ocean, While She Sleeps, Yashin
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Many years on the scene has made ska punk act Reel Big Fish a well respected name within the genre. Many albums under their belt, a strong and constant fanbase and a huge collection of brilliant, catchy and feel-good tunes are all in great aid of this, and the fact their still touring relentless to this day shows there’s no end for the band in sight yet.