Festivals, Music

Sound City 2018: 10 Must See Artists

Liverpool Sound City is one of the country’s leading festivals when it comes to supporting new talent. Here are 10 new bands we think you MUST see if you’re planning to head to the famous city festival this May. Berries If latest single “Faults” is anything to go by, the London alt trio are one […]

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Music, Reviews

‘SPINN EP:’ A Debut Masterpiece

SPINN are leading the way for Liverpool’s ever-growing, constantly exciting underground music scene. In fact, we’d go as far as saying that they are destined to be the next big thing from a city which already has legendary status in the business. Their debut, self titled EP is nothing short of a masterpiece. Opening track […]

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Music, Reviews

RedFaces Begin 2018 With A “Messed Up Feeling”

Okay, the title is rather deceiving. RedFaces are far from ‘messed up,’ in fact it is quite obvious that 2018 with be their year! Latest single “Messed Up Feeling” is mind blowing, an exciting mix of sounds which prove their musical credential. It really is an addictive listen! Opening with a mixture of synths and […]

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Festivals, Music

Victorious Festival Announces BEST Line-Up Yet

If 2017 was the year of the small, city festival, 2018 is gonna take some beating! Victorious Festival has this year announced a whole host of impressive, world renowned names including The Libertines, Paul Weller and The Prodigy. Located on the picturesque Southsea Seafront, the August Bank-Holiday Weekend Festival offers a credible alternative and welcome escape […]

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Music, Reviews

Nottingham Gig Guide: April 2018

Nottingham is one of the UK’s best kept musical secrets. If you don’t believe us, be sure to check out a recent BBC 4 documentary to find out why! Here’s some of the tastiest gigs occurring in the city this April. 06/04 – Demob Happy – Rock City True to their name, Demob Happy quite […]

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Live, Music

Live Review: Anteros

Date: 31/04/2018 Venue: Old Blue Last, London   2018 is the year of Anteros, there are no doubts about it. Their media exposure and fan base is growing on a weekly basis and for right reasons. Their Old Blue Last gig, as part of Dork Magazine’s Easter celebration was one to behold, a real ‘I […]

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Music, Reviews

Concrete Caverns Release “Punk Rock Revolution”

Concrete Caverns have grown in both reputation and sound alike, their live sound is ferocious and deliciously appealing. Latest single “Punk Rock Revolution” is perhaps their most exciting release yet! Excitingly politicised, the song in many ways questions the integrity of modern punk rock and instead suggests the need for revolution in order to overcome […]

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Music, Reviews

Eudaemonia x Oddity Events: 04/04/18 Preview

Eudaemonia are teaming up with Oddity Events to present a night of live music in Manchester, the capital of modern sound. Taking place at Jimmy’s on 4th April 2018, it is already set to be one to remember! Be sure to grab you’re tickets in advance before the inevitable sell out looms! Ticket Link: https://www.seetickets.com/event/the-circus-villains-with-special-guests-/jimmy-s/1204137   […]

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Music, Reviews

Spinn Mesmerise Nottingham’s In The Tune Club-Night

In The Tune made its Nottingham debut just last month, already it seems to be developing a strong reputation amongst the local scene. This month saw soon to be Liverpool icons Spinn make their first trip to the East Midlands. The night opened spectacularly with The Rooves, their debut EP ‘Ground Control’ is no doubt […]

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Festivals, Music

Dot to Dot Announces First Wave of 2018 Artists

As winner of best Festival for Emerging Talent at the 2017 UK Festival Awards it is clear that Dot to Dot hold a certain amount of authority when it comes to providing a festival line up worth taking notice of. This year, the festival returns to Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham from 25-27 May with The […]

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Trampolene’s Biggest Tour Yet: April 2018

Trampolene are firm Eudaemonia favourites, their sound epitomises everything any new band should be! Courageous and talented, the Welsh trio are both likeable and charismatic and destined to go all the way to the top! This April sees them embark upon their largest tour yet in association with the musical marvels and revolutionaries that are […]

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Music, Reviews

Dead Natives Release “Keep This In Mind”

Dead Natives have been making a name for themselves throughout London over the previous few years, their reputation is ever-growing! “Keep This In Mind” is released at a time where their live outings are growing all the more numerous, in many ways it is one of their most impressive releases to date. Opening with an […]

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Live, Music

Live Review: The Blinders

Date: 21/02/2018 Venue: The Lexington, London Across town the Brit Awards took centre stage, still an institution but in many ways now just a worrying insight into the very much closed circle of modern mainstream music. The Lexington boasted the opposite, The Blinders in the form of their lives and a true representation of the […]

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Features, Music

In The Tune Makes Sensational Nottingham Debut

Nottingham is a hotbed of musical talent and diversity and following its recent renovation, it is clear that a scene is forming around the amazing Chameleon Arts Cafe. In The Tune debuted in Nottingham to rapturous support, False Heads, Babe Punch and Brown Lion Zoo all helped to create an opening night worth taking notice […]

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Features, Music

Rescue Rooms Celebrates 15th Birthday 

It is one of Nottingham’s most famous music hotspots and has played home to some of the best bands and musicians in the country and beyond. This week Rescue Rooms turns 15 with a huge week-long celebration planned. Opened by DHP in February 2003, the venue has gone from strength to strength. 2018 now sees […]

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Festivals, Music

Tramlines Celebrates 10th Edition

This time located at Sheffield’s Hillsborough Park, Tramlines has unveiled its 2018 headliners as Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Craig David’s TS5 and Stereophonics. Alongside this comes the likes of Blossoms, Jake Bugg, The Sherlocks, The Magic Gang, Coasts, Pale Waves, Stereo Honey and more! It appears as though the inner city festival has reached […]

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