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ALBUM REVIEW: Carousel Kings – Charm City

March 23, 2017 Mark Rockpit

Carousel Kings is one of those high energy clean sounding Modern Pop-Punk bands who write incredibly catchy yet strangely all-too-familiar tunes, full of quiet moments followed by driving guitars and soring choruses. It’s not a […]

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Backwood Spirit – Backwood Spirit

March 21, 2017 Mark Rockpit

Imagine a band forged in the little known city of Orebro, Sweden that gives an immediate hit like The Black Crowes mixed carefully by way of classic rock alchemy with Badlands, but who also have […]

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March 20, 2017 Mark Rockpit

I love my 70’s Glam more than most and whilst in these eyes at least, the names of Slade and The Sweet loom far larger than that of Suzi Quatro, you have to applaud Suzi […]

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Ginger’s brand new Country album

March 3, 2017 Mark Rockpit

Ginger has just launched his PledgeMusic campaign for his new country album, Ghost In The Tanglewood. He says: “I’m beyond chuffed to bring you this, my first album in a country style. Ghost In The […]


More bands announced for UPLOAD FESTIVAL 2017

February 27, 2017 Mark Rockpit

Upload Festival is Delighted to announce the following bands will be appearing at Upload Festival 2017.   Jupiter Falls Edenthorn Gone Savage Autumn Ghost Engraved Dissilusion Bad Pollyanna The New Breed Spreading The Disease Kikamora […]


Mike Tramp’s Maybe Tomorrow out today

February 24, 2017 Mark Rockpit

Two years after part three in the trilogy that marked the albums ‘Cobblestone Street’, ‘Museum’ and ‘Nomad’, Mike Tramp is back with a brand new album entitled ‘Maybe Tomorrow’. The album is without doubt one […]


INTERVIEW: Aaron Keylock

February 22, 2017 Mark Rockpit

UK Blues sensation Aaron Keylock talks to The Rockpit about his sizzling debut album ‘Cut Against the Grain’ We find out why UK Blues Rock is in safe hands…     Check out our review […]

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