Premiere: Brudini Moves On With Pale Gold

Pale Gold is the new single from Brudini and the imaginary Spaghetti Western soundtrack makes its debut on RockShot Mag today. The song, from his forthcoming debut album From Darkness, Light, is officially released on 18th September. The musician, who was once an...

Buck & Evans Reveal New Single And Video: Sunrise

Welsh 'Rock 'n' Soul' four piece, Buck & Evans, have released Sunrise, the third single from their debut album Write A Better Day. Whilst the album itself is yet to be fully released (and that better day can't come fast enough), Sunrise follows in the footsteps...

A Truly Scorching Triple Header Live at The Empire, Shepherd’s Bush

This was the London show on the current UK triple headline tour by three legendary live bands rotating who headlines, and the London show had Dan Baird and Homemade Sin in the top spot with The Kentucky Headhunters opening the evening. It’s great to have seen Dan...

Wilkestock 2019 Friday Music, Charity and Leather Sofas

On a sunny Friday afternoon, I navigated the country lanes of between Stevenage and Hertford in Hertfordshire to get to a small site for the 12th Wilkestock Festival. Wilkestock is very quirky and unique with all profits going to charity. Namely, Bloodwise Leukaemia...

A Place of Our Own : The Punks Are Back In North London!

A Place Of Our Own is a collective started by Jay and Keith a few years ago. Their objective is to resuscitate the North London punk scene and open a new punk venue to stop London burning with boredom. We recently got the opportunity to talk with Jay, who told us...

Frankie Cosmos Wannago To The UK

Frankie Cosmos are gearing up for the release of their fourth studio album and an upcoming UK tour with the music video for Wannago. The band, featuring singer-songwriter Greta Kline and her longtime bandmates Lauren Martin (synth), Luke Pyenson (drums), and Alex...
A Very Groovy Interview With The Meyer Dancers

A Very Groovy Interview With The Meyer Dancers

Ready to shake your tail feathers? Rockshot would like to introduce you to a very special group of gals... They can mash potatoes, they can do the twist and we are sure you are going to love them... Meet The Meyer Dancers! The Meyer Dancers are a troupe of 60s and 70s...

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Premiere: Brudini Moves On With Pale Gold

Premiere: Brudini Moves On With Pale Gold

Pale Gold is the new single from Brudini and the imaginary Spaghetti Western soundtrack makes its debut on RockShot Mag today. The song, from his forthcoming debut album From Darkness, Light, is officially released on 18th September. The musician, who was once an...

read more

ABKCO Records To Release The Rolling Stones Let It Bleed 50th Anniversary Limited Deluxe Edition

Many Rolling Stones fans cite Exile On Main Street as The Stones best album, but for me it has always been the dark, raw and visceral Let It Bleed that makes it my favourite. In fact if I was put in the impossible position of only being allowed to listen to one album...

Bat For Lashes Taking Lost Girls On Tour

Bat For Lashes aka Natasha Khan has announced a limited five-date tour of the UK, taking place in November.  Kicking off in Birmingham on the 21st and taking in shows in London’s Earth and Manchester Albert Hall alongside Birmingham, Brighton and Edinburgh, these...

Black Country, New Road Take Sunglasses On Tour

Building on the buzz surrounding their current single Sunglasses, Black Country, New Road have announced further live dates for September, October, and November across Europe and the UK. Frontman/singer/guitarist Isaac Wood says the song, mixed by Dan Carey,...

Green Day, Fall Out Boy And Weezer Present The Hella Mega Tour

Green Day, Fall Out Boy, and Weezer are teaming up for a massive stadium trek they’ve dubbed The Hella Mega Tour. Tickets for the shows, kicking off on 13th June 2020 in Paris, go on sale on 20th September. To coincide with the tour, which includes stops at...

Victorious Festival 2019: Sunday Night At The Seaside

Another day, another sky, deep blue from horizon to horizon. The Ambre Solaire salesman was sweating on August, but the targets came in, right at the end. Yesterday I walked seven and a half miles back and forth between the Castle and Common stages and my plates of...

Victorious Festival 2019: Saturday Night At The Seaside

If anything, the temperatures for Victorious Festival’s middle day were set to outstrip those of day one. One of the many benefits of the Victorious site is its seaside location. On offshore blast may have conspired against the festival last year, but for 2019,...

Victorious Festival 2019: Friday Night At The Seaside

Victorious is Britain’s biggest metropolitan festival. From humble beginnings a few years ago at a site in Portsmouth’s Historic Naval Dockyard, the event is now in its eighth year and has expanded to occupy a giant swathe of Southsea Common and promenade. There are...

A Place Of Our Own: Get Involved With The North London Punk Co-Op Project

Gentrification has not been kind on the punk scene these past few years. We have lost many iconic venues through London and beyond. “Nothing to do, nowhere to go...”, we all want to be sedated. We had a little chat with Jay from A Place of Our Own, who told us a...
A Child’s-Eye View Of Glastonbury Festival

A Child’s-Eye View Of Glastonbury Festival

When I tell people that my wife and I are going to Glastonbury Festival this year, there is a generally positive response. Questions such as “are you camping?” and “who is on this year?” are forthcoming. There is also the question: “who’ll be looking after the little...

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