Tag: rock

Black Sabbath Rest: Heavy Metal’s Creation Myth

Black Sabbath, the heroes of non-music....

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Iron & Light: Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan speaks to both the natural and industrial worlds with his new sculpture at Château La Coste....

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The Unquenchable Fire of Killing Joke 

Refusing defeat, Killing Joke conquer Hammersmith. Live Review 9th April 2022. ...

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A Band Beyond Definition: Billy Strings

A review of Billy Strings, Islington Assembly Hall, London, UK. 26th and 27th March 2022....

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Cultural Messengers: Midnight Oil Keep Burning

Moods stretch from the wilderness reverie of ‘Tarkine’ and the poignant ‘Lost At Sea’ to the anthemic protest celebration...

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Faces & Fame: Anton Corbijn

Auctioneer and art collector Simon de Pury continues his ‘de PURY Presents’ series with a collection of works by photographer Anton Corbijn and his capturing of famous faces from Kraftwerk to...

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Twin Temple a coven of virtue, a covenant of sacred sin.

A vision of and interview with Satanic doo-Wop duo Twin Temple....

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The Future of Sound of a Native Culture – Hanggai

An unusual yet explosive mix of big band horns and Mongolian rock from a band with a subtle political subtext. Big Band Brass by Hanngai...

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More Authenticity, Less Plastic – Cambridge Folk Festival 2019 Delivers On All Fronts

CFF 2019 showcased some incredible new talent. Amy Montgomery is one of the few performers who stops you dead in your tracks and forces you to lower your lens to breathe in the sheer brilliance of it...

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Any Port in A Storm – Brothers Osborne Make Land

Drunken shanty renditions of Drank Like Hank would be heard throughout the streets of London into the early morning....

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Chewing Up A Banjo Plucking Storm

The Dead South show a sold out O2 Forum they aint no punks ...

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Is the Classic Rock sound making a comeback?

Lancastrian Rockers Massive Wagons charge the charts with new release 'Full Nelson'...

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The Tides Are In Our Veins

Floridian Post-Rockers Tides of Man return with brand new instrumental release 'Everything Nothing'. ...

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When Godsmack’s Legend Stagnates

So just how much have seminal Nu-Metallers Godsmack phoned it in with latest release 'When Legends Rise'?...

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Sons of a Galactic Wasteland

Sons Of Alpha Centauri get a little space-y with latest instrumental release 'Continuum' - but is it cool, Sci-Fi space or just the dark bits in between?...

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Loitered Lens: Starcrawler

The disturbing majesty of Starcrawler ...

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Bullet For My Valentine’s Not Dead Yet!

Welsh Metalcore stalwarts Bullet For My Valentine are back with new release 'Gravity'. But does it stand up against their early material?...

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Starcrawler, Grabbing Attention By The Bruised Throat

Trebuchet heads to London's Garage to wave a camera at a real American nightmare - LA's Starcrawler....

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Loitered Lens: Camden Rocks 2018

A selection of our favourite snaps from Camden Rocks' 2018 instalment....

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A Grand Day Out At Camden Rocks

Team Trebuchet visit a few of our favourite Camden haunts to soak in this year's Camden Rocks....

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Only The Support: How To Steal The Show

Bristol Indie-Rockers Coasts made for a stellar night with their headline appearance at Kentish Town's O2 Forum... But how did openers Only The Poets fare in navigating the crowd?...

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Apply Yourself & Don’t Bullshit – Hollywood Undead (Interview)

 dropcap style=”font-size:100px;color:#992211;”T/dropcaphe large padded doors were closed tight. Tthere was a serene kind of peace and the faint smell of Brut in the air-conditioned...

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Diary of a Pop Punk kid – the team behind Pop Punk Pile Up 2018

Upstart young festival Pop Punk Pile Up take us through what their debut year has in store for the UK's Alternative scene....

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Chuggy Hardcore, Screams and Postures. Yes. Revolution…? We’ll See. TRC

TRC screams of letting a bit of steam off, about a bit of positive aggression and fun...

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Making music: a Taxing process?

Blues and Rock-influenced unit Tax The Heat drop in to discuss new album 'Change Your Position'...

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If we don’t choose the path we walk, who wrote this music?

Burgeoning Emo influenced Alt-Rockers Selfish Things pump a little Canadian sheen into a dreck-spattered scene....

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Six compilation albums wasn’t enough – Nightwish

Finland's Symphonic Metal pioneers Nightwish dig through the archives to present yet another compilation of their work....

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2018: the year of the Crown?

Lincoln Alt-Rockers Carry The Crown are angling to make a statement with new release 'Not Alone'...

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Damned if we go to a(nother) Punk show

Seasoned Punk veterans The Damned on a London stage is an all too familiar site after a career spanning over 40 years....

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Nomadic music and the convergence of style – Tengger Cavalry

Sometimes, the tropes of contemporary Western culture can combine with the music of other eras and nations to turn up unexpected results....

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