Thom Yorke. Radiohead frontman, multi-instrumentalist, film score wizard, general bonafide British rock legend. He is the man coined with defeating Britpop and inspiring a new generation of uncertainty but finding strength in the form of artistic panache. He is without doubt a perfect fit for our next instalment of The Greatest of All Time. Continue reading “The Greatest of All Time: Episode 2 – Thom Yorke”
Bring Me The Horizon’s rise to stardom has been a tricky one, with no other rock band in music’s forefront right now having a path quite like theirs. The Sheffield outfit have a history of metalcore and extremely aggressive music, but have since experimented more and with growing popularity have gone down more of a softer sounding rock. They’re now six albums deep into their varied discography, but what are their best songs? Continue reading “Top 20 Bring Me The Horizon Songs”
In a post on Tumblr, Frank teased some new music with some VERY big names. Continue reading “Frank Ocean Teases New Music”
Over the past week or so the UK’s biggest and best festivals have started to reveal a few more names to bolster the festival lineups. Some festivals revealed whole lineups, while some announced a major name or two. Here’s a quick debrief all in one place in case you missed anything. Continue reading “Festival Announcements – A Debrief”
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.