For lovers of punk, rock, reggae, ska and metal, check out GETPloughed, a monthly night held at the The Plough and Harrow in Leytonstone (London, UK).
Their next event, which is being held on Saturday 13th April, will feature live sets by Clay Pigeon, The Zipheads, Skub Zero and Les Dennis Tribute Band.
The Plough and Harrow
419 High Road Leytonstone
Doors @ 6.30
Entry – Free before 7.30, £3 after
For more information about this event, head to: https://www.facebook.com/events/142586952577395/
Also keep up to date with future GETPloughed events by liking their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/getploughed
Gritty London glam-pop quintet Jonny Cola & The A-Grades posted the first of two promo videos for new double a-side single ‘Straight To Video / Marlborough Road’ earlier this week. The ‘Marlborough Road’ video can be viewed above. Its partner ‘Straight To Video’ will follow on April 4th, when the single is released as an orange vinyl 7″ via Scratchy Records, pre-orders are now being taken at http://tinyurl.com/straighttovinyl.
Plus more bands announced for world’s first crowd-funded and crowd-led alternative festival.
Having launched phase two of their crowd-funding via Kickstarter on Monday 4th March 2013, Alt Fest organisers are proud to announce that the £30,000 initial target was smashed within six days and with 22 days still left on the official campaign. In accordance with Kickstarter’s terms and conditions, pledgers do not have the money taken from them until the total has been reached but projects can continue to raise money until the completed term of the campaign even after reaching the target amount. The Alt Fest team hopes to reach at least £50,000 before completing phase two.
World’s first crowd-funded and crowd-led festival aims to raise a minimum of £30,000 then ask fans how they want to spend it…
Alt Fest is set to make history when it becomes the first festival to not only be funded by its fans, but that asks how they want the money raised to be spent to create a festival for the fans, by the fans. Launching today on crowd-funding platform Kickstarter, the Alt Fest campaign aims to raise a minimum of £30,000 that will be put towards creating several parts of the festival, including the main stage headline artists. Every single person who contributes via Kickstarter will then be asked how he or she wants the festival to be developed. Taking place on August 15-17th August 2014 at the beautiful Boughton House in Kettering, Northamptonshire, Alt Fest is going to be the UK’s first truly major outdoor festival celebrating alternative culture, art, music and lifestyles.
Welcome to issue #10 of Rebelicious Magazine! In our last issue of 2012, we head onwards and northwards for an interview with Anthony Kaye; the ‘stablemaster’ of Manchester’s newest and finest clothing label Horsebird. Big things are going to be happening with that label in 2013, and we’ve got an exclusive insight into their story!
We also bring you interviews with the likes of Belles Bejewelled, Pearls & Swine, PlanetZero, Mortiis.M, Sister Sinister, Charis Talbot Photography, we reveal our top albums from 2012 in Volume, we give you our top five alt fashion heels and nail styles, plus we explore the world of latex wearing that they never mentioned in the Matrix. Trust me, you’ll wanna read that if you’re thinking of buying latex for the first time! Continue reading