December is an empty month, filled with too many cash-in re-releases and tedious album-of-the-year content to make our monthly genre-columns thing really work. That’s why we asked David Keevill to give us a retrospective of the Big Things that happened in Prog in 2014, before getting back to the serious business of 2015 next month…
The 'Summer Disintegration’ tour 2016 introduces Hark's newly expanded lineup. With Joe Harvatt now be handling second and lead guitar, and Tom Short (Intensive Square) added to the fold on bass.
This is the beginning of H A R K V.3.0 new songs will be aired on this summer trip.
Now two years on from the 2014 release of Hark's debut album 'Crystalline', the Welsh heavy rock power-trio have toured the Uk and Europe extensively, while the record has received global critical acclaim. Read more on Last.fm
Hark on Thrash Hits
October 12th, 2014
August 17th, 2014
It used to be that Reading & Leeds marked the end of the festival calendar. If you still believe that, then you’re living in the past, granddad. There are a whole load of tasty little outdoor festivals that the UK has to offer in the wake of the bloated August Bank Holiday Weekend has to offer – this week we’re turning our attention to the post-rock stylings of Bristol’s ArcTanGent.
April 6th, 2014
This week’s our Sunday Slaylist is taking a look at Beyond The Redshift, a one-day extravaganza of post-rock and post-metal, taking place at three venues across North London on 10 May 2014. The Forum, The Dome, and the Boston Music Rooms will play host to a variety of acts handpicked by the festival’s headline act and curators, those peerless Swedes Cult of Luna.