Kill Kasper is another Portsmouth based band and yes they’re another staple throughout the local scene. They’re a rock band making a name for themselves and this year played on the Seaside Stage, the same one that Tom Odell headlines later that day. Kill Kasper have also had some attention from the likes of BBC Introducing, and not to mention that they’ve received global internet attention.
They had a lot on their mind on the day of the festival, they had their set in the early afternoon and not long after that they had somewhere else to be. But, quite understandably one member had a lot more on his mind, like proposing to his now fiancé on stage. Of course we would like to pass our congratulations on to Jamie! (more…)
When it comes to rock it can be very hard to make an impact, Kill Kasper are one of the few bands actually producing something worth listening to. During their time together they have garnered a lot of support, even winning the Portsmouth News Guide award for Best Band. (more…)
Heronshaw are a folk rock band that have recently celebrated the milestone of five years together. They’re lucky enough to have two slots at the festival in August, they’ll be appearing on Sunday 24 on the Real Ale stage as well as the Castle Stage on the same day. (more…)
I heard this track in the car today and knew I had to share it with you. I caught the tail end of it and thought for a little that it was Mumford & Sons, after a few seconds it became apparent that I was utterly, utterly wrong. I was actually an idiot for thinking it was them because this track, this artist is entirely different. (more…)
This 12 track album comes to just under 60 minutes and I can honestly say that These are the Good Old Days is truly their finest hour, give or take a few minutes.
It’s full of everything that you can expect from a good band. Variety, strong performance, strong lyrics, entertainment and above all else utter enjoyment. (more…)
This has to be the best theme tune to a show ever! I’m having a bit of a Buffy fest at the moment and I always forget how good the music to it is (I even have it in my iTunes). (more…)