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Review: Warped Tour UK 2015

Warped Tour will forever be special– whilst it’s only a taster of its American counterpart, the UK show consists of a variety of new and old talent that is key to keeping the alternative music scene thriving. We had a blast this year, seeing a whole host of different bands and artists from a mixture of genres. First up, we caught the fantastic Rob Lynch and he’s not just a pretty face. Armed with his full b ...

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Preview: Warped Tour UK

Warped UK is finally back on the agenda after skipping out last year; with a line-up full to the brim of new and old talent, Sunday 18th October is going to be a day you won’t forget. Headlining the beautiful Alexandra Palace are two bands who over the years have become close companions– Black Veil Brides and Asking Alexandria. Whilst both come with their controversies, you cannot deny the sheer talent that ...

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An Interview with Create To Inspire

Melodic hardcore, emotional hardcore, posivibes or party bro metal - Create To Inspire are a band on the up. At the start of this month we had a chat with Sean Midson (vocalist) and Luke Taylor (drums) at Takedown Festival 2015 about the band's highs, lows and much more. Check it out below. HUNOW: How had 2015 been for you guys so far? Sean: Really good. Well some of it was good, we played our first show of ...

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An Interview with Moose Blood

Moose Blood are an emo band from Canterbury, England that have a reputation for being honest and raw in true emo fashion. Having caught up with Eddy Brewerton (vocals and guitar) and Mark Osborn (backing vocals and guitar) it's clear that these guys are all about the music. Moose Blood are humble and hard-working. Read our interview with them below:  HUNOW: How has 2015 been treating you so far? Eddy: It’s ...

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An interview with The Capture Effect

  The Capture Effect (TCE) are a London-based quintet with lots of ambition. The electronic-infused rock band aren't afraid to tackle controversial topics in their songs such as the London riots of 2011 and aren't planning on stopping any time in the near future. The Capture Effect are set to release their new EP Frequencies on the 23rd March 2015 via Free Radio. We got in touch the guys to find out mo ...

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