About Time #3 Festival Announces Line-Up feat. Baton Rouge, Plaids, Dowsing, Makthaverskan and More


imageAbout Time Festival has announced the line up for its third edition on the 29th November.

The all dayer will take place at Total Refreshment Studios in North London instead of it’s usual location at The Bussey Building in Peckham.

This year’s line up includes the debut UK show by Swedish…


Next show we’re blobby-blob doing.

Next show we’re blobby-blob doing.

8 Bands In The Heavier Side of Emo That You Need to Listen To Before They Inevitably Break Up and You Look Like A Poser



Just kidding, but not really.

Unfortunately while the emo scene has given us a fantastic slew of bands in the heavier side of the spectrum (Saetia, Orchid, iwrotehaikus, Cerce etc) a lot of these bands seem to break up without warning before we even get the chance to appreciate them, leaving empty holes in our sad angst ridden little hearts and leaving us to press our own bootleg Merchant Ships t-shirts and Seyarse patches to look cool for our Skramz-pals.

However for every screamo band that seems to put down their instruments, another 2 seem to pop up and pick up right where they left off. Despite the community, the emo scene itself is still very small and the heavier more abrasive side of it even smaller.

So to take a break from the twinkly FACGCE bands and bedroom folk heroes, I just thought I’d take the time to list a few bands in the scene that reside on the more heavier spectrum of the genre, and how they’re continuing to improve and expand the genre that the early 2000’s left us early-20-somethings to discover later in life once we’d been dumped enough times.

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TOMORROW. Long live buckfast.

TOMORROW. Long live buckfast.

PZZ10 | nudes - crush



If you’re thinking the photo above looks familiar then either:

a. you’ve realised we’ve borrowed it from our good friends at Slothboat
b. you’re wondering what Saam from Playlounge is doing with a guitar
c. you’re one of those creepy “hey haven’t we met before” people

If you answered b….

How one does a rock song.


1/25/14 - Recording a new track for a split 7” with Kellam.

CRAZY CATS! Next shows Z&NH/VI are doing. 31/5/2014.

CRAZY CATS! Next shows Z&NH/VI are doing. 31/5/2014.


▼ Free Acid ▼
Next Vested Interest gig on Wed (9th).LAURA STEVENSON (USA) CAVES COLOUR ME WEDNESDAY PERKIE + THE PERKETTES 7:30 doors £6 adv tickets: