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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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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Arctic Monkeys To Play TRNSMT 2018

TRNSMT was one of our festival highlights in 2018, their commitment to creating the perfect inner city festival environment is second to none. The announcement of Arctic Monkeys, who headline on Sunday 1st July, only adds to the excitement surrounding this year’s festival. Arctic Monkeys, making their long awaited return, have an unrivalled sound which […]

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Who Can Headline Reading & Leeds In 2018?

With the first Reading & Leeds headliner announcements imminent, now seems the best time to consider which bands and musicians will potentially headline the famous festival. Here’s whom our writers seem to think fits the bill: Foo Fighters They headlined Glastonbury in 2017, performing in some of the country’s largest stadiums this year, surely the […]

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Lollapalooza Paris Announces 2018 Line-up

Lollapalooza is one of the most iconic strands of festivals, its name has been everywhere from the USA to Europe. Next year’s Paris edition is already looking something quite spectacular, 37 names have today been announced. With Depeche Mode, The Killers and Gorillaz being today announced as headliners, it seems as though the Parisian festival […]

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Nottingham’s Beat The Streets Announce 2018 Line Up

The Festival aims to raise money for Nottinghamshire homeless charity ‘Framework.’   Nottingham’s Homeless Crisis is ever-growing. In what is set to be a ferocious winter, ‘Beat The Streets’ aims to put a stop to such a horrid issue. A stellar line up of local bands have come on board to fundraise in aid of […]

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First Acts Confirmed To Play TRNSMT 2018

Returning in 2018 as a two weekend event, DF concerts have confirmed that Liam Gallagher is to return to Glasgow as the first headliner. The Glasgow Green event replaced T In The Park in 2017. Also featuring including fellow British starts Courteeners, Wolf Alice and J Hus. Taking place across two weekends on 29th June […]

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Tramlines: 5 Of The Best

We were huge fans of this year’s Tramlines Festival. In a year of disorganised festival’s taking centre stage, the Sheffield celebration of music was in many ways a savior. Not only did is prove that Sheffield is a true epicentre of musical culture but it also highlighted the importance of the inner-city festival, a concept […]

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Features, Festivals, Music

TRNSMT Festival: 5 of the Best

TRNSMT’s Glasgow Green debut was something quite spectacular, a full weekend of mesmerising sets from bands both new and old. With its 2018 return already confirmed, one can only assume that the festival will go from strength to strength. Here are our five favourites from the TRNSMT class of 2017. Kasabian Their first big UK […]

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5 Must See Acts at Tramlines Festival

Tramlines is a true example of great summer sounds within the cityscape. Sheffield’s favourite music weekend returns this weekend, check out our picks for the inner city festival: The Libertines The Libertines are a must on any festival goers line up, their chaotic infusion of punk rock, indie anthems make their live set something like […]

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Glastonbury 2017: Shangri La

Ah Shangri La, the eternal realm of infinity. If you made the pilgrimage there this year, such a quotation is only further exemplified. 2017 features an environmental theme, with more of an emphasis based on the final six words of the latter. A gas tower, live stage with heavy metal prominence and characteristic artwork all […]

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Festivals, Live, Music

Live Review: Field Day 2017

Date: 03/06/2017 Venue: Victoria Park, Hackney, London Consolidating to just one day this year, I found myself with a pretty hectic schedule for this year’s Field Day. Despite halving the festival’s length, the organisers managed to congregate as strong and diverse a line-up as ever – in fact, I think there was even more I […]

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HOYfest: Cardiff’s Remarkable Upcoming Festival

The UK is a plethora of unique music festival, their ever expanding rise makes it arguably the greatest country in the world for catching upcoming talent across a weekend. HOYfest is the perfect example of this. The Cardiff festival is rapidly expanding and features only the most promising of musical talent. This year’s line up […]

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Glastonbury 2017: Upcoming Talent

We LOVE Glastonbury, it is our favourite time of the year! As arguably the world’s leading music festival, it boasts some of the greatest acts around. However, it is also a time to check out the best of the country’s emerging new talent. We have compiled a short list of acts below whom we think […]

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Must see acts at Dot to Dot Festival 2017

Dot To Dot is a wonderful, three city festival which prides itself upon the exposure of new artist. With an alumni ranging from The xx, Ed Sheeran, Mumford & Sons, Florence & The Machine and Jake Bugg, you can be sure that any credible upcoming band will be hitting its stages at some point. Taking […]

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Camden Rocks 2017: Must see bands

Camden Rocks Festival is a weekend like no other. It sees hundreds of bands, fans and press alike descend upon the capital’s spiritual home of music. With strong crossovers between genre, you can be sure you’re gonna discover a whole new world of upcoming musical talent. Here’s some of our picks for the 3rd June: […]

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