Let’s be real. At this juncture in time I feel it would not be a big stretch to say that Evanescence’s freshman album, Fallen, is one of the most recognisable and influential works of musical artistry of all time. Twenty years ago today (dear *lord*), Fallen was released on the now-defunct Wind Up Records label.
For nearly two decades Hayley Williams and her bandmates in Paramore have graced our ears with a smorgasbord of era defining pop-punk and alt-rock songs; Pressure to Misery Business, Brick By Boring Brick to Still Into You, and even the likes of After Laughter’s Hard Times. Eighteen years removed from their studio debut, All We
Every year, on the late May bank holiday, the good ship BBC Radio 1 sets sail and docks at a town, or city, somewhere in the United Kingdom for a weekend of musical shenanigans, attracting some of the biggest bands and artists in the world, all for the entertainment of the masses – it’s a