After a day of Groezrock you can expect people to be a bit tired, but the opposite is true. They are up bright and early, as is the sun today. So when the festival grounds open, day two of Groezrock could not start a better way. Read our review on the acoustic side of the second day of Groezrock below. Continue reading
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What way to better start the new year than with a sold out first show? Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls descended to Utrecht for the first show of his European tour, and with two thousand people showing up, it’s the biggest club show the English troubadour has done in the Netherlands. So how was show #1808? Find out after the jump. Continue reading
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Xtra Mile companions Beans on Toast and Skinny Lister have joined together in the festive spirit and recorded a Christmas song, simply called “This Christmas“. Watch the video below.
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The release date, full artwork and track listing for Frank Turner‘s new album “Positive Songs For Negative People“. Also, a new video for “The Next Storm” is out today! All details and the video can be viewed below.
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Laura Mardon is the sixth person to have recorded for One Week Records at Joey Cape‘s home studio in San Francisco. The London singer-songwriter, currently residing down under, released her debut album on April 14. Please read on for our full review. Continue reading
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