Off to Camden Rocks Festival this weekend and wondering who to see? Well, never fear, Insanity’s Head of Music, Phoebe, is here with all the artists you simply can’t miss.
Phoebe reviews the debut album from glam-rockers BeXatron, ‘Hey You’.
Phoebe Hagan reviews Dead!’s latest album “The Golden Age Of Not Even Trying”
Nici reviews the Killers performance at the O2 London
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It has been three years since Hawk Eyes’ last full length release “Ideas”. However, despite receiving almost universal critical acclaim in the mainstream music press, the album only sold modestly. This eventually left the band without a major label, forcing […]
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