The Independent 2 page feature is amazing – Frank Carter said “…it was the best interview i’ve ever done‘. David Sinclair from The Times said of the Electric Ballroom show: “…as a performance it was about as gripping as it gets.”
Atlanta indie rock sensations Manchester Orchestra continue to blow up UK audiences on this recent tour with sell out dates. The band support Kings of Leon‘s arena tour in December, make sure you hear their debut album ‘I’m Like A Virgin Losing A Child’ – it’s stunning.
This weeks NME features a bloody Frank from Gallows taken from our NME.com gallery feature.
The current tour has been so electric that burger vans are exploding all over the UK.
Les Savy Fav’s epic album ‘Let’s Stay Friends‘ hucks out a monster 9/10 in this weeks NME! The bald, bearded one must be spinning on his head right now in NYC…
InMe were featured extensively in Kerrang! this week with a two-page feature that firmly puts the Brit-rockers back on the map.
Enter Shikari followed their two Kerrang! Awards with posters in the magazine two weeks running. Does anyone have any wall space left?
Gallows-mania continues this week with a two-page spread in the NME detailing the video shoot with grime king Lethal Bizzle for their new single, a re-working of The Ruts punk classic Staring At The Rude Boys.
Gallows hit the broadsheets running with their new single In The Belly Of The Shark. The Guardian say the bands single: Positively hurtles along in a sub-three minute finish.
New York arthouse indie rockers Les Savy Fav continue to march into your ears this Autumn with Vice Magazine’s 10/10 review of ‘Let’s Stay Friends’ appearing this month.
Look out for this album as it certainly is ‘the dogs bollocks’.