Showing no signs of slowing down, Slam Dunk Festival has revealed stage times for this year’s ultimate alternative extravaganza and added three incredible new acts, Hot Milk,TiLLie and Trophy Eyes’ John Floreani. Ensuring no clashes between the Jagermeister Stage and Impericon Stage and also alternating the Dickies Stage and Marshall Stage, Slam Dunk have released this year’s festival so that eager festival goers can begin planning their day ahead of the upcoming May Bank Holiday weekender. Mancunion newcomers Hot Milk are one of the UK’s freshest pop-punk acts. Following the release of their debut single ‘Awful Ever After’, the fiery four-piece have won over audiences across the UK and Europe with blistering live performances while supporting notable British rock acts You Me At
Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, the American rock-band who became best known with the hit single "Face Down", released in 2006 hit the UK to play "Don't You Fake It" in full. The Voice of London got the chance to hang backstage with former member Randy Winter at Boston Music Room in London. We discussed about the highlights of the band, the meaning behind "Don't You Fake It" and the truthful message behind "Face Down". Why do you think fans relate to the album so much after all this time? (we asked) Because we tell the truth, he commented. Find out more about below: https://soundcloud.com/sal-fasone/behind-music-with-randy-winter-from-the-red-jumpsuit-apparatus
Celebrating Camden’s Thriving Music Scene With A Stellar Line-up Camden Rock Festival is proud to announce a further sixty bands for the 2019 edition, including The Pigeon Detectives, scheduled to perform on Saturday. Hailing from Yorkshire, the all-English quartet has established itself amongst the country’s best Indie bands. From their platinum selling debut album “Wait For Me” to the deeper and more reflective fifth record “Broken Glances”, The Pigeon Detectives have the catalogue and the experience to deliver a show to be remembered. Also announced are English reggae-influenced punk rockers The Ruts DC, celebrating the 40th anniversary of debut album “The Crack”; critics’ favourite metal-core four-piece Glamour Of The Kill, singer-songwriter Sean McGowan, anthemic pop-rock Lon
If you're a Warped Tour veteran, you've probably heard of Hellogoodbye, let's face it ... who hasn't? and if you've been through your emo phase, well .. you've learnt the lyrics to Here (In Your Arms) and you sang them out loud to your friends at least a thousand times. One of the latest act to be announced, Hellogoodbye will co-headline the Marshall stage with Plain White T's this year at Slam Dunk to promote the new album S'Only Natural! But don't fear if you can't make it to the festival. The band will play a few shows around the UK which you can find out more about down below. The Voice of London had a little chat with lead singer Forrest Kline. What has the band up to? What is the message behind "S'Only Natural"? Read it all about here: You guys are playing Slam Dunk, how ...