[11.10.2019] Bristol-based outfit Scalping have been selling out shows in their hometown and London, as well as conquering the European festival circuit with their feral audiovisual performances. Combining off-the-wall dance music with full-throttle noise and (read more)
[21.9.2019] Crass co-founder Steve Ignorant brings his Slice of Life band to the London Punk Festival alongside Anti-Nowhere League, Discharge, Chron Gen, Vice Squad, Ramonas, Knock Off, and Criminal Mind, with more bands to be (read more)
Upstart young festival Pop Punk Pile Up take us through what their debut year has in store for the UK’s Alternative scene. (read more)
Punk is dead?
Well no-one told the mass of sweating, heaving bodies, young, old (some maybe a little too old) who were dancing, sweating, singing and generally having a right old time at London’s 229 Club.
Vive Le Rock Magazine in association with Gypsy Hotel Proudly Presents: VIVE LE PUNK’N’ROLL! STARRING: THE GRIT – London’s premier Punk’N’Fuck”N”Roll band returns after a short hiatus and are ready to tear the house down! (read more)
[1.11.2019] Doc’n Roll, the UK’s music documentary festival, returns for its sixth London edition at eight of the city’s best-loved cinemas. Its diverse line-up of 30 music documentaries spotlights music-makers and genres that run the (read more)
The obvious musical comparisons are The Smiths and Morrissey’s early solo stuff, an influence which also makes itself known in their video imagery of canal walks, tower blocks and seaside towns on the decline. (read more)