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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Music, Reviews

Single Review: Idles – “Mother”

Idles are everything that is fascinating about a modern day band: chaotic, intriguing and refreshingly straight to the point. Their latest single “Mother” epitomises their sound, a speedy yet interesting few minutes of beautiful chaos. “Mother” opens with a plethora of heavy bass and drum use mixed with violent lyricism. Incredibly relevant, Idles seem to thrive […]

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Festivals, Music

Festival No.6 reveals 2017 Line Up

Amongst the somewhat infinite list of summer music festivals this year, Festival No.6 provides a refreshing twist of culture amongst a beautiful Welsh setting. Held in Portmeirion since 2012 the festival incorporates many musical genres amongst a realm of artistic escape. Musically, it promotes diversity which is evident in the festival’s initial line up. The 2017 […]

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Music

Single Review: The Jacques – “No Kamikaze”

The Jacques are perhaps one of the most promising bands existing within the UK’s burgeoning music scene. Following a year of strategic rebuilding through a new look line up and extensive touring, their latest single “No Kamikaze” is firm evidence of their impressive second coming. The new track is an interesting example of a gradual […]

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Focus, Music

Focus #6: Alexandra Savior

One can only wonder how Alexandra Savior is already not one of the most prominent female artists in the world however, with an incoming debut album and many upcoming sold out shows it is clear that this will not be the case for much longer. Savior’s elegant songwriting ability mixed with a sound which creates profound, […]

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Music, Reviews

Single Review: The Dunts – “Astroboy”

Whilst you may not have yet heard of The Dunts, it is clear that the Scottish based band have phenomenal talent; their latest single “Astroboy” is synonymous of this. Having released debut demo EP “Fried” just last year, the intriguing indie band return with what is arguably their most impressive song to date. Recorded at […]

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Music, Reviews

Single Review: Lana Del Rey – “Love”

Lana Del Rey is perhaps on of the most popular female artists in the world, her return is not only well received but also a welcome saviour to the dreary popular music scene in which we currently exist within. “Love” comes as a result of mysterious pop up posters across Los Angeles which appeared over […]

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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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Festivals, Music

Festival on the Wall: The North East’s Newest Festival

A lot can be said about the strength of a festivals line up through social media reaction; and Festival on the Wall has already achieved more recognition than most. Taking place in Northumberland’s stunning countryside the new festival is set to be an obvious highlight of the summer. Its first line up announcement did not disappoint […]

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