Music

DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL IN REVIEW: Prophets of Rage lead the charge at their debut UK show

Five Finger Death Punch, Baroness, Prophets of Rage, System of a Down and Exodus in the spotlight on day one of rock's biggest festival......

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DOWNLOAD COUNTDOWN: Festival chat with Hacktivist

Milton Keynes is represented at this year's Download Festival by Hacktivist, the ten-legged machine promising their usual assault - hardwiring huge, devastating grooves with intelligent and insightful rhyme. They talk about their big return with Total MK......

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DOWNLOAD COUNTDOWN: Festival chat with Dead Label

Irish trio Dead Label have toured with Machine Head and Fear Factory, hit up festivals all over Europe and released their second album, Throne of Bones, last year....

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Kyshona Armstrong and Robert Lane team up for Stables co-headlner

Kyshona Armstrong returns to the UK for a joint headline tour with Robert Lane - and a Stables visit is on the itinerary...

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Hope in High Water issue stunning debut album Never Settle

‘Never Settle’ is the debut album from Milton Keynes based duo Hope In High Water, and perfectly encapsulates the wanderlust and sense of movement that carries through their music and their lives....

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The Little Unsaid bring Imagined Hymns & Changing Mantras to Milton Keynes

The Little Unsaid have spent the last year travelling the UK and Europe, leaving audiences emotionally rapt with a live show that’s been described as ‘a thumping depth of passion, recalling the intensity and melancholic overtones of Nick Cave and Leonard Cohen.’...

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