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Archive for June, 2013

Scream the Headlines are a four piece Rock band from Wales made up of Simon Evans, Ginge, Carl Amos and Luke Beddis. They released their first EP, We Do It Our Own Way last month and I had chance to catch up with them to talk all things STH. In   Read More ...

Categories: Interviews

I was lucky enough to catch up with Tim Tournier of Man the Mighty on his return after working with Slipknot and Stone Sour at Download festival and Here´s what the  musician at Fret12 had to say about his world. Where did the name Man the Mighty come from?  I   Read More ...

Categories: Interviews

Download Festival – Donington Park, Sunday 16/6/2013 HALLELUJAH!! The sun’s out!! You know that feeling of satisfaction you get when you really, really earned something?  100,000 people have that feeling today. Musically, it’s a fairly mellow one. We mooch about catching a little of The Ghost Inside (brutal and shouty),   Read More ...

Categories: Reviews

Download Festival – Donington Park, Saturday 15/6/2013 Saturday is a day of typically British sunshine and showers, just as it is a mixed bag musically. We kick off over on the second stage to the sound of young British upstarts Heaven’s Basement. We’re big fans here at Phoenix Music, and   Read More ...

Categories: Reviews

Download Festival – Donington Park, Friday 14/6/2013   Oh, Britain! Having been drenched to the bone by a torrential thunderstorm that soaked us, our tent and everything we’d brought on Thursday afternoon, I’m not confident of the weather for the rest of the weekend. Mercifully, though, Friday dawns brighter and   Read More ...

Categories: Reviews

The sight of half empty small rooms in clubs is nothing strange to regular attendees of local gigs. The early turnout felt disappointing and the first two acts don’t fill us with much more confidence.  First on was Fairway View, a bunch of riffsters who held their ground with some   Read More ...

Categories: Reviews

As I’ve said elsewhere in these pages, I strongly believe that the music you’re brought up with stays with you, be it for better or worse. When I was a kid, Dire Straits would provide the soundtrack to every car journey we ever went on, whether it was 200 miles   Read More ...

Categories: Reviews