Kingston’s local music store has painted “Boris is Lying to Us” on its shutters in an attempt to share its frustration regarding recent allegations that gatherings were held at No 10 while the rest of [more…]
Indie-rock band Gengahr has told The River that their new album Sanctuary is their most personal and emotional record to date.
Banquet Records plan to invest a six-figure sum into Pryzm’s regular New Slang event and are calling for input into what the money should be spent on.
4/5 stars It felt as if the Manchester-based band had unfinished business in Kingston as they performed at Pryzm in January. Their last show, at the now-closed Hippodrome in 2016 ended abruptly after lead singer [more…]
Grime superstar Stormzy was at Banquet Records, last Thursday, signing copies of his latest album Heavy Is The Head.Despite being over an hour late, the 26-year-old star made up for it by handing out pizzas [more…]
Banquet Records manager is continuing his efforts to get Kingston residents and students to vote in the upcoming general elections. Manager Jon Tolley, said: “Banquet won’t tell people how to vote. Staff have differing opinions. [more…]
Around 200 people gathered at All Saint’s Church to watch Irish musician, Hozier, play an intimate set last night in partnership with Banquet Records for the upcoming release of his new album ‘Wasteland, Baby!’ which fans have [more…]
BANQUET Records has introduced reusable cotton tote bags with their “No More Plastic Bags” campaign.
Banquet Records revealed that Fall Out Boy’s short acoustic set at Kingston’s Hippodrome sold 140 tickets per second.
The venue has served KU students with crazy nights out and access to watch some of the most talented, established and up-and-coming artists for 11 years. Let’s take a look back…