With less than a month to go until HRH’s Prog V kicks off in North Wales, we present the first of our pre-event features: an interview with Chic Festivals charismatic and outspoken CEO, Jonni Davis.
It was fucking badass, every creature in the building had their minds blown be it band, fan or miscellaneous.
A band that are on a completely different level to almost every other metal band on the planet.
The Interrupters and The Bar Stool Preachers The Dome, London, 11.02.2017 Photos by Adrienn Pucher
This was my first gig on the year and seldom do you see a more winning example of the power of live music.
Resisting the urge to blast listeners with distortion, feedback, or even furious playing, Loren Connors savors his long chords the way a sommelier tastes an exemplary vintage.
You can’t see the Grateful Dead anymore, so Elliot Davies went to find the next best thing.
An exceptional night of music from one of the finest bands in the UK and surely now it is time for the rest of the world to take notice?
James McArthur and The Head Gardeners A caravan at a secret Bankside location, London, 10.02.2017 Photos by Magda Wrzeszcz
Celebratory last night of the Persistence Tour sees Suicidal Tendencies, Agnostic Front, Municipal Waste, and Walls of Jericho rip the joint at London’s Forum.
Anthrax: Among The Living Tour with by The Raven Age Academy 1, Manchester, 14.02.2017 Photos by Ed Sprake
Shovels & Rope, Matthew Logan Vasquez Islington Assembly Hall, London, 6.02.2017 Photos by Magda Wrzeszcz
A great set from the person I came to see, and eyes opened up to those who I hadn’t. Nights out are rarely so complete.
Duke Garwood with Kreol Lovecall and Nev Cottee The Deaf Institute, Manchester, 12.02.2017 Photos by Ed Sprake
Mirrors For Psychic Warfare and Snow Burial The Unicorn, London, 17.01.2017 Photos by Angelique Le Marchand
No longer do New Yorkers need to head to fringe electronic music festivals to see someone tinkering with a modular creation – now, it’s right in our backyard.