Wotcha - If you like a bit of ATG then please vote for us in this year's Festival Awards where we're up for Best Small Festival and Grass Roots Festival. If we win we promise to book your favourite band(s)* in 2018. *Even if we don't win 🙂 Vote here please and thankyou www.festivalawards.com/vote... See MoreSee Less
It was a good festival but far to compete with others on the list. Take inspiration to improve future editions!
Specially, considering the UK weather, having some dry spots with maybe a wooden floor like I've seen around other festivals would have improved the experience for many of us!
Howzit? Stop what you're doing and listen to the new album by Amenra in its entirety through The Independent - (before it's official release on the 20th). Saw these guys at Damnation Festival a couple of years ago & was one of the best things I've ever seen... So, so good. Hope this helps your Monday mood. Si ... See MoreSee Less
Formed in the Belgian city of Kortrijk in 1999 by vocalist Colin H. van Eeckhout and guitarist Mathieu Vandekerckhove, AMENRA push the boundaries of extreme music by being heavy in practically every c...
And So I Watch You From Afar released fourth full-length album, 'Heirs', on Sargent House in May 2015. The album marks the band’s return to recording as a four-piece with their now full- time member Niall Kennedy. They returned to work again with Rocky O’Reilly to record and mix the album in Belfast. It is their boldest statement yet; an album bursting with a positive vigor, that states a renewed case for a magnetizing band at its best.
ASIWYFA has built a legion of fans across the world by playing, thus far, over 700 amazing live shows. With unfalteringly great songs, their last album, 2013’s 'All Hail Bright Futures', earned the band its third-in-a-row Choice Music Prize nomination for Irish Album of The Year.
Memory of Elephants
£15adv | Ages 14+ (under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)