Concert Review: As It is play headline show at the o2 Institute Birmingham on the 29th of November

As it is played one of their biggest headline shows to date at the o2 institute Birmingham. Uk pop punk/


THIS HOUSE IS NOT FOR SALE TOUR’ First UK tour in 6 years   One of the world’s great rock

Concert Review: The Brummies at Nell’s Jazz and Blues, London, UK on 08.09.18

The Brummies are John Davidson (guitar, harmonica and vocals), Jacob Bryant (guitar, trumpet and vocals) and Trevor Davis (drums) from

Concert Review: Colter Wall at Scala in London, UK on 29.08.2018

Colter Wall is a singer-songwriter from Saskatchewan, Canada, with a singing voice like Johnny Cash, making him sound much older

Album Review: Who Cares – EP by Tigress

Over the past three years, Chelmsford based quintet, Tigress have been on the prowl to find the record to ascend

Concert Review: Wolf Culture//Reckless Intentions at The Pipeline, Brighton, 14/05/18.

Bournemouth pop-punk newcomers, Wolf Culture, ended their most recent tour, with a stop at The Pipeline in Brighton. The tour

Concert Review: Paul Draper at Electric Brixton in London, UK on 2018-03-08

I had been looking forward to this gig since it was Paul Draper announced he was playing Attack of the

Concert Review: PACESHIFTERS at Sticky Mike’s in Brighton, England, on February 23rd

The frantic PACESHIFTERS were the main event at Sticky Mike’s in Brighton. Back in the UK after their support slot

Concert Review: Architects at House of Blues on 2018-02-22

Chicago, IL – From Brighton, England, Architects bounded for Chicago on February 22nd, and played an electric set, to a very

Interview: Rory Nash of GLUM

Patchchord News correspondent, Ethan Tomlinson, recently interviewed Brighton-based grunge band, GLUM, about their recent spot on Tigercub’s hometown, headline show,