A year ago, Ian McCulloch found himself in a dark place. After leading Echo & The Bunnymen through thirty-five years of epic highs and turbulent lows, the singer realised it was time to take a break and look inwards.
For years now, Pixies fans have been eagerly awaiting the bands first release since 1991's Trompe Le Monde, and now that time has finally arrived. With a little help from producer Gil Norton, the their fifth full-length record, Indie Cindy has arrived.
Hit The Deck festival was without doubt a huge success and I can't wait to see next year's line-up.
This record could be set to be one of the best punk albums of 2014.
Last week, Hit The Deck Festival added yet another instalment to the already incredible 2014 line-up.
New announcement for this year’s Bristol / Nottingham indoor festival boasts Welsh favourites The Blackout, Kids In Glass Houses and more.
Having been voted into in the winning spots for MTV UK's Brand New Unsigned Poll at the end of November last year, The Kut's brand new track 'No Trace' has been played by BBC Introducing and Kerrang! Radio'a Alex Baker alike.
For the past few years, Hit The Deck Festival has been nothing less than a success. Its line-up has consisted of some of the...
From East London come the loud, fast and heavy sounds of Death Pedals.
I wanted to make a record with bite and conviction, swagger and integrity. Everyone’s heard of Snow Patrol. Whether you’ve been a dedicated fan since...