Deep in the depths of Birmingham on a warm Wednesday night, Oceans Ate Alaska are preparing to play their hometown album release show for their new album ‘Hikari’. Being one of the first shows in Birmingham they have played for a while, this is a special show for them and this is how it went. Continue reading “GIG REVIEW – OCEANS ATE ALASKA -BIRMINGHAM 26/07/17”
After making their UK debut this time last year on the Slam Dunk Breakout Stage, Waterparks have returned playing to a huge plethora of fans from all across the crowd. Continue reading “GIG REVIEW – WATERPARKS – SLAM DUNK MIDLANDS 27/05/17”
After making their Slam Dunk debut on the Breakout Stage last year, With Confidence have now moved up the ranks to play the Key Club stage, attracting a massive crowd.
Opening with their pop-punk anthem ‘Voldemort’ they instantly get the crowd moving and shouting out probably their best known lyrics ‘Despite the weather it gets better’. With the audience Continue reading “GIG REVIEW – WITH CONFIDENCE – SLAM DUNK MIDLANDS 27/05/17”
Opening a festival is always hard, especially if you are a smaller band. However, this wasn’t a problem for competition winners You Know The Drill. After being voted by the public to open the Rocksound Breakout Stage at the Midlands event, they already had a set of fans/friends ready at the stage for their big performance. Continue reading “GIG REVIEW – YOU KNOW THE DRILL – SLAM DUNK MIDLANDS 27/05/17”
Almost a year after last touring back in May 2016, Mallory Knox have come back strong with a headline tour across the UK as well as bringing out their new album ‘Wired’. On Friday 24th March 2017, Mallory Knox took to the stage at the O2 Institute, Birmingham.
First up are Scottish three-piece Fatherson. Starting off with Continue reading “GIG REVIEW – MALLORY KNOX, LONELY THE BRAVE, FATHERSON – 24/03/17”
With fans queuing even before 3pm, the rush to get to the front when doors opened was huge.With a large crowd slowly increasing, first support band, Waterparks, took to the stage playing their first song ‘Made In America’ (Ironic as they’re in the UK) to a crowd of near 3000 fans. Despite being the first band on the list, Continue reading “GIG REVIEW – ALL TIME LOW, WATERPARKS AND SWMRS – BIRMINGHAM 16/3/17”
Go down into the depths of Birmingham on a Sunday night and outside the Asylum you’ll find a queue of fans all waiting to see Aussie pop-punk band With Confidence. For an early starting show (6pm) British band Milestones sure know how start off such an early show. Despite the lack of people because of slow ticket checks, Milestones still got the crowd moving with fan favourite ‘Call Me Disaster’ and slower songs ‘Shot In The Dark’. With people jumping and waving phone lights all around the venue, there is no denying the atmosphere was set from the word go. Continue reading “GIG REVIEW – WITH CONFIDENCE, BROADSIDE, SAFE TO SAY AND MILESTONES – BIRMINGHAM 5/03/17”