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8 Acts You Have To See At Truck Festival 2016

Oxfordshire’s very own miniature Glastonbury, under the name of Truck Festival, returns for yet another weekend in July, and plays host to many of the latest and greatest alternative acts. While the festival is playing host to countless incredible acts over the weekend, the one’s listed are ones you simply cannot afford to miss! Yonaka […]Read More

Top 10 Acts at Reading 2015

10) The Bulletproof Bomb For many people with music tastes similar to my own, The Bulletproof Bomb were the first band of the festival on our clashfinders. They played an early set on Friday at the Festival Republic Stage and provided possibly the best warm up for the rest of the festival one could have […]Read More

My Life in Songs: Kirsty Jackson

Anyone who knows me knows how much I value music, I’m often seen in the corner of the dingy HMV in town looking through the albums and the vinyl that are stacked in the corner. It’s been at the forefront of relationships I’ve formed in the past both romantic and platonic. It’s helped me get through […]Read More

Album Review: Danger In The Club // Palma Violets

Monday the 4th of May brought the long-awaited release of Danger In The Club, Palma Violets’ follow-up to 180. When they came together as a group in 2010, frontmen Chilli Jesson and Sam Fryer started the ensemble of their eclectic mix of modernised 70s rock and emotive lyrics before creating their first album 180 (named […]Read More

Live Review: Palma Violets, The Fat White Family & Slaves

Despite the absence of Scottish natives The Amazing Snakeheads due to the departure of drummer Scott Duff, the remaining Slaves, Fat White Family and Palma Violets weren’t put off their stride, as the illustrious NME awards tour began its jaunt around the UK in chaotic style in front of a packed Sheffield crowd. Plenty of revellers had got down […]Read More

Interview: Palma Violets

At first glance, The Lincoln IMP seems a rather odd place to hold a gig. Yet after spending some time there you soon realise that music is rooted deep within the venue, with bands such as The Struts, Enter Shikari, Don Brocco and many more playing there before. On Friday 30th January, The Lincoln Imp […]Read More

Single Review: Danger The Club // Palma Violets

The dawn of a new Palma Violets album is finally upon us and Zane Lowe has just premiered the eagerly anticipated lead single: ‘Danger In The Club’, on Radio 1. The track does seem considerably more thought out and professional than their previous hits, but as soon as their trademark sound of a jangly guitar […]Read More

Gallery: Palma Violets

Hannah Woollaston, caught up with Palma Violets prior to a small show they put on at the Lincoln Imp on 30th January as part of Independent Venue Week. Read her interview here.  Read More