Camp Cope and Witching Waves

Witching Waves Camp Cope Camp Cope and Witching Waves Live at Chalk, Brighton At the Chalk venue in Brighton, Witching Waves' Mark Jasper (guitar, vocals) comments it is the first…

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Dilly Dally supported by Hotel Lux

Live in Brighton Dilly Dally supported by Hotel Lux The Hope and Ruin, Brighton. Thursday 31st January 2019 The snow cometh tonight, they keep saying, and the warnings are it will come…

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Nuffin on The WOT Show

Nuffin Live On The WOT Show Nuffin formed back in the heady days of 1976 when punk rock was about to explode, not only in the U.K. but across the…

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The Living End Amsterdam

Frontman Chris Cheney, on the song:

“Amsterdam. The second song from our new album is out now. It’s very different. We’ve never had a song like this on any of our albums. I wrote it as a full band track but it didn’t fit in with the direction that the rest of the album was taking. Our producer Tobias suggested stripping it back to just a live take of vocals and guitar and by taking this approach, it fit right in. It’s the most confronting song on the album. Our time here is temporary. The time we spend with family and friends becomes more important the older we get because you just never know.

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Bully / Dude York / Kit Trigg

Contrary to the US headliner and main support, Kit Trigg appears to hail from London. He also appears to have brought a large proportion of the Boileroom crowd with him.…

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