• Review: T in the Park Festival 2016

    This year Impact headed to the highlands of Scotland for annual music event, T in the Park. Here are our thoughts on 5 of the most impressive bands from across the weekend… Blossoms Considering an early stage time and impending storms, Blossoms did well to attract such a large...
  • Whatever Happened To Reading Festival?

    Reading is arguably one of the world’s most famous rock festivals. It is where Nirvana performed their greatest festival set ever in 1992 and proved their worldwide status. It is where The Libertines reformed for the first time in over 8 years back in 2010. Other headliners have included...
  • Festival Preview: Camden Rocks

    Camden Rocks returns to the streets and venues of Camden for its fifth instalment on June 4th. Once again, it boasts an incredibly diverse array of acts. Not only does it feature bands who have already claimed great success but it is also an important showcase of new talent....
  • Debuting: Yak

    Yak have an incredible talent, a raw edge which is both intriguing and different. With their debut album due to be released in May, there is no better time to discover the crazy, vigorous sound of the London based band. Fronted by Oli Burslem, the band were formed in a relatively...
  • Live Review: The Last Shadow Puppets, London Hackney Empire (01/04/2016)

    Alex Turner has entered a realm of endless popularity, and recently many would say he holds an ego which extends from the core of the Earth to far beyond the cyclical outskirts of our universe. Whilst Miles Kane remains far closer to reality, the band manage to encapsulate an...
  • Track Review: Jake Bugg – ‘Gimme The Love’

    Having already released two records, the first being one of the most successful platinum selling debut albums ever, it comes as a shock that Jake Bugg is still only 22 years old. His latest single ‘Gimme The Love’ gives us a first glimpse at what album number three has...
  • Live Review: The Rifles, Rock City (05/03/2016)

    Having not released an album since 2014 and the venue being arguably the biggest on their entire 2016 tour, The Rifles ran the risk of playing to a half empty main hall at Nottingham’s Rock City. However, this was clearly not the case as the gathered crowd filled the...