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Daily Archives: 20 February 2012

Damn Vandals Unveil EP Launch Gig

20 February 2012 |

The “amazing” and “must see” London band Damn Vandals are creating quite a bit of excitement at the moment within the media, on radio and amongst the industry A n R’s who are all expressing huge interest in them ahead … Read More

Introducing Glitches

20 February 2012 |

We’ve fallen for Glitches at the AAAmusic HQ.

Introducing themselves as a band who writes “write music about antiquity, love, and loss. We make organic imperial grooves”  With their catchy sound and sweet lyrics, these South Londoners are set … Read More

Van Halen – A different kind of Truth

20 February 2012 |

I have been waiting fifteen years for this and, when I first heard the first single Tattoo I was a bit disappointed, but this song has really grown on me and it is a great start to the album … Read More

KISS, QUEEN, FAITH NO MORE HEADLINE SONISPHERE 2012

20 February 2012 |

SONISPHERE KNEBWORTH has announced three headliners and the first batch of bands for its 2012 event, with tickets available fromwww.sonisphere.co.uk from 9am Thursday 23rd February.

 

Shooting rockets. Blood spitting. Face Paint. Shiny Boots and utterly jaw dropping triumphant live shows: … Read More

Chris Cornell Brings Songbook To UK

20 February 2012 |

Chris Cornell Brings Songbook To UK

Opening dates of June 2012 European Tour Announced

 

Rock icon Chris Cornell has announced his first headline UK tour dates in over three years.  UK audiences will be the first in Europe … Read More

Maia – Living in the Alligator

20 February 2012 |

Maia are a four-piece folk band from Huddersfield, but they are certainly not your average folk band. Well, that’s because they aren’t. I called them folk but they are in actuality disco sci-fi folk pop. Quite a combination, right? … Read More

Alex Highton – Woodditton Wives Club

20 February 2012 |

Woodditton Wives Club started out its life how all good folk albums do, on a low budget. Highton originally recorded the album using one microphone in his garage, and despite the re-recording being more refined, it still retains an … Read More