Field Day announces official partnership with Transgressive Records May20

Field Day announces official partnership with Tra...

Field Day announces official partnership with Transgressive Records to commemorate Transgressive’s 10th Anniversary in 2014 Mystery Jets, Pulled Apart by Horses and Dry the River amongst the superstar DJs to feature across the weekend Celebrating its first decade, the modern music company Transgressive will be partnering with Field Day in 2014 for a series of DJ hi-jacks across both days featuring a host of its artists plus members of the Transgressive team. Taking over the decks across all stages during 20 slots during the weekend, audiences can expect the full colour and diversity of Transgressive’s uniquely curated roster...

Glastonbury sells out Apr21

Glastonbury sells o...

The final batch of Glastonbury 2013 tickets have sold out. This morning’s (April 21) resale of ticket returns was the last opportunity for fans to book their place at this year’s Worthy Farm bash. Organisers have now announced that all tickets, including coach + ticket packages,...

BO NINGEN LONDON SHOW AT HOXTON SQUARE BAR & KITCHEN Oct03

BO NINGEN LONDON SH...

THURSDAY 11TH OCTOBER 2012 SPECIAL GUESTS: RACE HORSES BLUE ON BLUE THE HORRORS (DJ SET) London based, Japanese four piece, Bo Ningen will play a headline show at the Hoxton Bar & Kitchen in London’s Shoredich on Thursday the 11th of October 2012. The night, which coincides with the...

SIINAI Launch Their Own ‘Olympic Games’, Download The Horrors Remix Jul27

SIINAI Launch Their...

As ‘event of a lifetime’ London 2012 is nearly upon us, music fans are starting to worry about what to do with their time over the summer. Sodden festivals aside, and with very few releases and gigs happening, what are the tote bag-wielding music-loving populous going to do to...

Sound Of The Summer 2012 Jun08

Sound Of The Summer 2012

Don’t like that big name act pulling in the masses on the main stage? Often the best times to be had at a summer festival are spent trawling the smaller stages, checking out the stars of tomorrow. With a wealth of established talent playing the festival season, as well as those hotly tipped newcomers all tucked away lower down the bill or headlining in a tent at the back of the field here we present a mini guide to those acts worthy of your precious time. Slap on the sunblock, slip into your wellies and get exploring. Azealia Banks: Potty mouthed Azealia wowed the crowds on the NME tour earlier this year and with several festival...

CHAZZSTOCK HAS MOVED Apr24

CHAZZSTOCK HAS MOVE...

Due to unforeseen licensing issues, Chazzstock Festival, which was due to take place at Stanford Hall, Lutterworth on the weekend of June 9-10th, has regrettably been cancelled. However, Chazzstock will still live on in the form of a one-day event across both Wolverhampton Civic Hall and...

The Horrors – May UK Tour – plus support TOY and Bo Ningen Apr10

The Horrors –...

Having begun their world tour in Sydney at the start of February, The Horrors are still entertaining the masses 2 months in.  The tour will see the band journey across 5 continents with a fitting finish in the O2 Brixton Academy at the end of May before hitting the festival circuit this...

CHAZZSTOCK FESTIVAL 2012 … NEVER TO BE FORGOTTEN Mar26

CHAZZSTOCK FESTIVAL 2012 … NEVER TO BE FOR...

Chazzstock is a brand new music festival set up in memory of the much-loved, young musician Charles Haddon.  Charles, otherwise known as Chazz, was the lead singer of cult synthpop band Ou Est Le Swimming Pooland sadly passed away in August 2010. The festival takes place in the picturesque grounds of Stanford Hall in Lutterworth, Leicestershire on the 9-10th June 2012. Huge bands such as THE VACCINES, THE HORRORS and TRIBES will be performing over the weekend alongside some hot new talent, with more special guests to be announced soon. Charles’ dream was to hold his own festival in his parent’s back garden, which he always said he would...

The 2011 Festive 50 Dec30

The 2011 Festive 50

Welcome to With Guitars tribute to John Peel, with our own 2011 version of the Festive 50. Only hope the former DJ’s eclectic tastes are served well in our 50 singles of the year. I can report that New Year resolutions are all agreed, to start the Festive 50 a few months earlier… 50. Elvis Jackson ‘Street 45′ Slovenia’s Elvis Jackson October release of ‘Street 45’, the third single to be taken from their album “Against the Gravity”, hit really hit home with me. Elvis gained critical praise during the UK release of Against The Gravity last year, and the band will this single reached a new bench mark for the...

Florence And The Machine ‘Ceremonials’ UK live tour – March 2012 + The Horrors and Spector Nov24

Florence And The Ma...

The recently released second album from Florence + the Machine has been an unquestionably massive success around the globe. ‘Ceremonials’ has shipped over 1 million units in just over 2 weeks since its release and hit the top of the UK charts and the Billboard Top 10 in its first...

Album Review: The Horrors – ‘Skying’ Jul21

Album Review: The Horrors – ‘Skying’

  The Horrors ‘Skying’ XL 9/10 When this Southend five piece came to prominence in 2007 they were rapidly written off by all outside of the Shoreditch set as a bit of a joke band. The cartoon goth image, the New York Dolls buffed up hair and the overly tight black jeans overshadowed a debut album (2007’s ‘Strange House’) which could be described as adequate at a push, they were soon ditched by their label and that was supposed to be the end of their fifteen minutes. When 2009’s ‘Primary Colours’ came on the radar expectations were low even with My Bloody Valentine endorsements and the news that Geoff Barrow...

THE HORRORS NEW LIVE DATES – JUNE 2011 Mar22

THE HORRORS NEW LIV...

The Horrors make their eagerly awaited return with the announcement of three live dates in June, their first UK shows of 2011.     They play Glasgow on the 15th of June, Manchester the following night and then a London show at York Hall in Bethnal Green on the 17th of June. ...