This week on Soundcheck, Cameron talked with Ryan Locke about the pop punk scene. Ryan shares his love hate relationship with the UK and how Seaway from a band playing local shows in Canada to touring the world with their best friends. If you have enjoyed this episode then make sure you let us know on @SoundcheckPC on twitter and instagram. If you haven't already click subscribe to make sure you don't miss any episodes.
This week Cameron and Sheldon talk about their experiences of Slam Dunk Festival. Where we think the festival should go and the highlights & low-lights of the festival. We also have DJ from the exciting new Pop Punk band, Woes, on the show, who talks signing their deal, their origins and what the future holds. Make sure you are following us on Twitter and IG @SoundcheckPC
We spoke to Whenyoung on their Birmingham stop off their support tour with Peace. We talk about how the band made the move from Limerick Ireland to London. The band found their management by being their managers Gardener.
Cameron & Sheldon talk through what visitors to Slam Dunk Festival can expect from the pop punk institution. Including who to see, in case you haven't decided yet. Additionally, they cover the Birmingham Pride event and musical gems that can be found there. Finally, a sneak reveal of an interview we have arranged for this Thursday - it's going to be a busy week for the two musical musketeers!
After a brief interval, Cameron & Sheldon return to discuss the last fortnight's musical happenings. Including live reviews of Don Broco and Wide Eyed Boy, a review of Arctic Monkeys' new album, Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino, and Deadmau5's fight back against the corruption of the commercial ticket touting industry.
Cameron & Sheldon have both suffered with bouts of illness this week, so here's an episode with Arcane Roots from our YouTube archive. Featuring a partial cover of Bing Crosby's White Christmas and guest questions from Birmingham's JAWS. New episodes resume next week! Recorded in Home Nightclub at 2Q festival in Lincoln.
Cameron gives a review of upcoming indie rock act, Whenyoung and indie giants, The Vaccines, following their huge Alexandra Palace show. Following the Arctic Monkeys' tour selling it out in minutes and being labelled as "over-priced", Cameron & Sheldon discuss ticket buying in 2018. Also covered is the return of MTV Unplugged with British rock favourites, Biffy Clyro playing a tour of acoustic shows in some iconic venues.
On today's podlog, Cameron and Sheldon cover off another week of this week's musical happenings. Including: A review of Lower Than Atlantis's Leamington Spa show, as part of their tour of smaller venues around the country. Cardi B's latest album and why Cameron loves it. Sheldon enjoyed the ten seconds he listened to. 6ix9ine becoming the most viewed full feature interview on The Breakfast Club. The much discussed announcement of the new Arctic Monkeys album and what we can or can't infer...
Sheldon & Cameron jump into this week's podcast, including: What they're listening to at the moment (feat. BROCKHAMPTON, Kacey Musgraves, Jimothy Lacoste), experimental experiences at Reading Festival and the rapid decline of the curtain industry.
Today we have a dank content segment with Cameron and Sheldon, reviewing this year's festival lineups. Covering the best, worst, most surprising and most disappointing. We also cover Apple Music vs Spotify, the car crash that is BBC Radio 1, New Music Friday, Taylor Swift buying 2 million copies of her own album and a Reading Festival conspiracy.