Often recognised as the eccentric band led by front-man Brendan Urie, Panic! At The Disco is a true creation for the population of emos, scenesters and punks alike. With a track record consisting of a constant cycle of changing members, P!ATD has now been whittled right down to a solo career for Urie. Despite the hardships faced, perseverance and commitment has prevailed, with Brendan incorporating his Broadway musical experience into his sixth album release, Pray For The Wicked. Possessing a theatrical imprint consistent throughout, it's clear that the change of direction for Urie's career in 2017 has heavily influenced his song-writing perspective.
Monday, 23 July 2018
Friday, 13 July 2018
Giving a fuck. Honestly, it's completely exhausting and can leave you drained and wanting to run away from everything, especially if you're an empathetic person who tries to help everyone. Before you get to that point in life, it's important to evaluate your fucks and I can guarantee that life will become a whole lot easier...
Monday, 9 July 2018
Unafraid of bringing back bratty British punk, Yungblud is an artist full of controversial opinions and a passion for becoming a voice to the unheard, unnoticed youth population. Swiftly climbing the ladder of success from his career start in 2017, he's built a fan base of misunderstood adolescents. Supporting Don Broco during the Technology tour, featuring a soundtrack in popular Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, performing at a range of festivals including Community Festival, and securing a place on stage for Reading and Leeds Festival, this angsty artist is making a mark in all the right places. Yungblud's first full album, 21st Century Liability, has now been released and contains 12 tracks heavily influenced by overarching topics including politics, sexual assault and mental health. This fresh, unique take on modern genre-blending alternative music is certainly worth tuning into...
Thursday, 5 July 2018
The first weekend of July in Finsbury Park, London, has been jam-packed with music, kicking off the month with Community Festival. With tickets costing a mere £40 for the day, it's an extremely affordable festival, especially for music fans on a budget. Headlined by Two Door Cinema Club and supported with performances from the likes of You Me At Six, The Vaccines, Circa Waves and Marmozets, this alternative music event was one not to miss.
Tuesday, 3 July 2018
Oceans Ate Alaska, a British metalcore band originating from Birmingham are currently touring the UK and Europe alongside Kingdom of Giants, Shields for their Farewell tour and several other supports. This heavy five-piece are hitting the stage headlining, to promote their most recent album 'Hikari', released in July 2017. Playing at Rebellion Rock Bar in Manchester, opening bands included InVisions, Sworn Amongst, Shields and Kingdom of Giants.