Tramlines Festival Tramlines Festival has slowly established itself as a major festival in the North and it has also starting to become recognised around the country. One of the main reasons for this is of course it has free music. Back of the net! I mean who doesn't like free music?


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Enter Shikari Opening up with the somewhat hypnotic 'Destabilise' the already frenetic crowd went bonkers. It's hard to describe the Enter sound. They are classed as a post hardcore band, which for me – an ailing Granddad of Rock - is a cross between shouty metal, combining the energy of drum and bass and the synthetic twiddles and noises of techno dance. From the outside it sounds like a right dogs dinner of a combination that will appeal to neither Harry or Larry, but my word it works.


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The Imperial Never Say Die! Tour 2010 When there’s no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth. Or, when there’s no more room in a sorely over-populated hardcore scene, they’ll whack seven of ‘em on a bill and send them on the road. The Imperial Never Say Die tour is yet another HC package bill that seem to be quite the trend, and for good reason.


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