AJ Tracey’s musical career can be dated back to 2011 when he began operating under the names Looney and Loonz, soon releasing his debut mixtape ‘Didn’t Make the Cut’ in 2012.
This Irish pop rock duo have been friends since childhood, yet only started recording music together in late 2015.
American rock band Jimmy Eat World rose to prominence in 2001 with their fourth album 'Bleed American', with songs like the albums namesake and 'The Middle' find widespread success.
The British singer quickly gained reputation for scoring high on the charts, following her vocals on DJ Fresh’s single ‘Hot Right Now’ and debut album ‘Ora’ in 2012, both reaching number one on the Official Charts.
Snow Patrol are Northern Ireland’s modern rock titans.
One of Scotland's finest musical exports, Twin Atlantic combine pop appeal and commercial sensitivity with a penchant for exciting songwriting and loud guitars. And broad Scottish accents of course.
Liam Gallagher has been one of the biggest names in UK rock music for over three decades. The former Oasis and Beady Eye frontman is now a successful solo artist. The Manc rock 'n' roll star is currently enjoying one of the longest, most successful careers in modern music.
If you're after the hottest rock and indie music festival in the North, then look no further than Glasgow's very own TRNSMT Festival coming once again to the city's east end, Glasgow Green.
Oxford rock band Foals formed in 2005, debuting with 'Antidotes' in 2008. In 2010, they followed up with their Sophomore album 'Total Life Forever', earning the band a Mercury Prize nomination as well as nominations for Best Album and Best Cover Artwork at the NME Awards.