On their sixth studio album amo, Bring Me The Horizon venture into sounds they’ve never even considered before; leaving behind metal roots and instead opting for more electronic and experimental sounds. It’s a bold move from a band who seem adamant on being bigger and better, creating their most cohesive and conceptual album to date.
Wireless. Undoubtedly the UK’s finest hip-hop/RnB music festival. Last year’s iteration saw J. Cole, Stormzy and Drake at the top of the line-up, but who will it be this year? Here’s ten names us at Viberant reckon are a good shout for Wireless 2019’s headline slots.
When Stormzy was announced as the first headliner of the iconic Glastonbury festival for 2019, there were mixed reviews. Some questioned his credibility and longevity as a headline act of the UK’s premier music festival, while others praised the daring move made by the Eavis family to book a relevant, current star to front a festival often accused of being stuck in it’s musical ways. With two headliners left to be announced, who else could top the bill? Here are ten suggestions: Continue reading “Glastonbury 2019: Ten names who COULD Headline”
It’s almost that time again; the BRIT Awards generate quite a lot of flak for their choices in both nominees and winners, but there is no denying the prestige that comes with one of their gongs. The batch of nominees for this year’s awards have been announced and these are our thoughts on who the big winners could be, as well as some glaring omissions: Continue reading “BRIT Awards 2019 Nominations: Our Thoughts”
So The 1975 have just started their tour of new album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, heading out all over the UK throughout January and February; prompting questions as to what content they will play live. The 1975 are often an elusive live performer, offering surprise entrants and omissions to their ever-growing setlist; but what would I like to see them perform? Continue reading “Ultimate Setlist: The 1975”