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10 Amazing Acts Waiting to be Discovered at 110 Above

110 Above is an independently ran festival in rural Leicestershire, and acts on the line-ups each year are typically within the alternative rock genre, although some bands in this year’s line-up could be described as grunge and post punk too. Known for its chilled environment, it is ideal for people who are keen to discover […]Read More

Live Review: Sundara Karma & INHEAVEN 16.09.16

As the UK indie scene becomes an evermore overlooked industry, due to a rise in illegal downloads making it harder for bands to make ends meet & the rise of other genres, such as grime & house stealing headlines and hearts, it can seem like a lifetime ago that the likes of the Arctic Monkeys, […]Read More

Track Review: Baby’s Alright // INHEAVEN

The first release  from INHEAVEN was the reverb-drenched anthem ‘Regeneration’, which combined crunching guitars and a stadium-filler chorus. It was an indication that this band were prepared to breathe a new lease of life into shoegaze. Brand new release ‘Baby’s Alright’ premiered on Radio 1 last night and it just oozes confidence, from a band […]Read More

Live Review: Blossoms // Scala, London, 25.02.16

Blossoms have to be one of the most hyped up and coming bands at present. A great sense of anticipation was felt as people from all corners of the UK flocked into the doors of their sold out show at London’s infamous Scala. Blossoms’s unique brand of 60’s inspired pop translates fantastically into a live […]Read More

Gallery: DIY NEU Tour, Dingwalls

After almost two weeks on the road together, VANT, The Big Moon and INHEAVEN finally descended onto London’s Dingwalls. What followed was a night of great music, mosh pits and stage invasions. Our photographer Patrick Gunning was there to capture the night in pictures. Read our review of their Liverpool date here. VANT The Big Moon […]Read More

Live Review: The ‘NEU’ Tour – The Big Moon, Vant

Ever since DIY Magazine announced this years ‘Neu’ Tour line-up, it’s been a must-see. So when London’s hottest crop of new bands rolled into Liverpool for the latest date, it’d be silly not to go and join the buzz wouldn’t it? The tour operating on a rotating headline was kicked off in Liverpool by Strokes […]Read More