Here are his favourites...
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Honestly, Slam Dunk Festival. You've outdone yourselves this year.
Warning: This version of 'My Friends & I' may cause you to immediately start HUGGING ALL YOUR MATES.
Front Porch Step has cancelled all upcoming touring commitments due to the sexual harassment allegations surrounding him, BUT Allison and Rob are still hitting the road regardless.
There's been some actual news this week. The Movielife reformed, Fightstar returned from hiatus, and then there was Emoji Artworks. But sadly, today is our last #notthenews round-up of 2014. Try to hold back those tears while we recap all of this week's nonsense.
Oli Sykes came clean. The Story So Far got in a scuffle. Upon A Burning Body did something really, really silly. July was a month of scandal, but there were lighter moments, too...
London-based singer-songwriter Rob Lynch pays tribute to his late father with 'Lord Knows I Have Tried'.
On Monday, October 06, we popped into Camden's Underworld for the low-key event of the year. But can This Wild Life really pull off a headline performance in the capital?
There might've been a handful of 'heavier' gigs kicking off across London last night, but none had a vibe quite like This Wild Life in Camden. Solid proof that you don't always need distortion to have a good time. To read our full review of the evening, head to this link.
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'All These Nights In Bars Will Somehow Save My Soul' is out through Xtra Mile Recordings today. Rob's playing a free show at London's Monarch tonight, but in the meantime, he's dropped the vid for this jam...
London-based singer-songwriter Rob Lynch releases his debut album on Monday through Xtra Mile. Give it a spin with Rock Sound a week early and discover one of the captial's most honest and unique talents.
Our mate Rob Lynch has had quite a year, and this week finally sees the release of his long-overdue debut album. These are our thoughts.
One of the perks of working at Rock Sound is the sheer volume of new music we get to listen to every month. It really is a dream. And in every issue, the RS staff pick their Decks Of Death so you know what's actually been spinning on the office stereo. Here's what we were jamming while making the latest issue of the mag!
After wowing America on Warped Tour all summer, the London singer-songwriter has been added to the UK run of fellow Warped buddies This Wild Life.