With shows alongside Biffy Clyro, InMe, Skunk Anansie and Hed PE on their growing resume, London trio Black Orchid Empire have been honing their brand of bold, melodic rock for the best part of seven years. While 2016’s ‘Archetype’ put their foot on the first step to bigger things, they’re
State Champs pick out some of the finest moments from ‘Living Proof’s co-producer John Feldmann.
Having released their exceptional debut full-length, ‘How To Let Go’, we spoke in depth to Blanket’s Simon Morgan and Bobby Pook in our latest edition of ‘Guitar Talk’.
To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, Layover‘s Luke Rainsford has penned a guest blog to discuss how music has given him an outlet to express himself, and the difficulties having mental health issues can have on simple tasks.
Download is fast approaching. We spoke to those behind the scenes to find out how it all comes together.
Blues-Rock guitarist Kris Barras explains how his time in MMA prepared for life on the road as a musician
York emo rockers Feed Them To The Forest exclusively stream give us a track-by-track down of their debut EP – ‘Can’t Forget’.
AH’s editor Sêan Reid explains how The Wonder Years have repeatedly provided optimism and solace through his mental health struggles.
With April being overloaded with new music, you could consider our monthly roundup of essential emerging bands being more than important than ever. We’ll let you decide as “Recommends” is on hand to highlight five up-and-coming bands that aren’t to be ignored. This month’s we introduce you to Manchester expansive