Features, Music

The rise of Lo-fi house music

A new age is dawning in the world of house music. Due to a few key circumstances in the past two months, lo-fi house music has come to prominence in the house scene. One of which is the supposed flaws in youtube’s algorithms, despite this, this branch of house music is beginning to flourish, due […]

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Features, Music

This Feeling TV: A Pioneering Game Changer

When thinking of music TV, institutions such as Top of The Pops and Later Live With Jools Holland instantly come to mind. However, the common trend between the two is that their previous heyday has now stumbled into absolute irrelevance. However, there is a new kid on the block, one with all the right values […]

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Features, Music

Revisited: Men’s Needs, Women’s Needs, Whatever

‘Men’s Needs, Women’s Needs, Whatever’ is arguably the holy grail of The Cribs’ back catalogue. A band which constantly delivers, it is rare to see musical consistency as the Wakefield trio cyclically achieve. Now reaching its 10th year, this May sees the iconic indie band head out on tour in celebration of an album which […]

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Features, Music

5 Future Festival Headliners

Whilst the festival circuit is ever growing, it is clear that there is a reliance on the same bands to regularly fulfil headlining status at larger festivals. When thinking of festivals such as Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds, TRNSMT, etc, only a small group of acts have the ability to draw massive, headlining crowds. We look […]

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Features, Music

Grime at Glastonbury?

Grime is perhaps the quickest growing musical concept in modern Britain. For a genre which grew from the streets of London to headlining main stages at Glastonbury, it’s clear it is a subculture gone main stream and most certainly here to stay. Think of the leading names in grime, Stormzy, Skepta and Wiley. To the […]

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Features, Music

Opinion: David Bowie’s ‘First Day Covers’

The release of David Bowie’s ‘first day covers’ was particularly emotional for me. Receiving the envelope, creamy and expensive, evoked memories of my dad having the same experience of opening pristine first day covers that he has avidly collected throughout his whole life. The collection is comprised of stamps specifically commissioned by Royal Mail to represent the […]

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Features, Music

Sounds of Eudaemonia #2

Updating weekly, check out the second edition of ‘Sounds of Eudaemonia.’  Featuring bands we love, whether they be old or new, we aim to compile an ultimate playlist of all of our favourite music. This  weeks highlighted new additions are: The Dunts – “Astroboy”: The Dunts are slowly amassing a relevant fan base with equally strong songs to […]

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Features, Music

Sounds of Eudaemonia #1

Updating weekly, check out the initial edition of the ‘eudaemonia playlist.’ Featuring bands we love, whether they be old or new, we aim to compile an ultimate playlist of all of our favourite music. Alongside legendary bands such as The Fall, Glaxo Babies and David Bowie, this  weeks highlighted new additions are: April: “Open Mind” – […]

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Culture, Features, Music

Independent Venue Week

We at eudaemoniablog are firm supporters of the independent music venue as without them the music industry would struggle to survive. Though the modern world limits their existence, the small venue is the metaphorical breeding ground of the small band and a hive of activity for musicians and fans alike. Independent Venue Week celebrates this, […]

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Features, Music, Opinion

The Album Cover

As keen enthusiasts of both art and music, we at eudaemoniablog believe that the album cover is a perfect expression of both. Here are five of our favourites: David Bowie – Hunky Dory The original and eternal king of cool, David Bowie’s pensive stare perfectly encapsulates the whimsical music privileged enough to appear on the bill of ‘Hunky […]

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