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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Music, Reviews

Habitats release new single ‘Clubhouse’

Embarking upon trend set through their first two EP’s, Habitats return with tropically chaotic new single ‘Clubhouse.’ The Basingstoke band have been touring for numerous years, with headline shows across London and beyond. Their debut EP release ‘Diamond Days EP’ features many well loved songs including ‘Diamond Days’ and ‘Piece of Mind,’ both of which […]

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Music, Reviews

Review: Sisteray – “15 Minutes EP”

Sisteray are true saviours of the London music scene, but this isn’t enough… it is clear the band are aiming for something much, much higher. Their latest EP “00:15:00” is an attack on authority, an ode to youth and underclass and ultimately a firm example of their immense musical talent. Sisteray are productive, relevant and […]

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Music, Reviews

‘Gutter Press EP’: False Heads’ Latest Masterpiece

Following numerous single release over the past two years, False Heads have amassed quite a reputable following. Their latest EP ‘Gutter Press’ is a fine example of their impressive talent. Ears are perhaps spiked when learning that Iggy Pop is a huge fan of the band though such praise comes with good reason, False Heads […]

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Festivals, Music

8 Must See Acts At Glastonbury 2017

Glastonbury is always the highlight of the summer, and we plan to bring comprehensive coverage of the event! The festival pioneers new music and constantly creates a strong line up of well known bands alike. Taking place on Worthy Farm from 21-25 June, here’s 8 bands who you MUST check out, whether it be at […]

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Festivals, Music

Glastonbury Line Up Announced

In somewhat less dramatic fashion than in previous years Glastonbury Festival today announced its 2017 line up. Featuring names such as Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Biffy Clyro, it is once more sure to be a memorable weekend. Falling on the weekend closest to the summer solstice, the Worthy Farm festival has announced 88 more names […]

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Festivals, Music

Must See Acts At The Great Escape 2017

We’re big fans of Brighton’s Great Escape Festival. Whilst it seemingly kicks off the summer festival calendar, it more importantly promotes all that is good about new music. Taking place across a variety of venues on 18-20th May, here’s six must see acts you should check out across the weekend. BlackWaters BlackWaters spent much of last year […]

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Festivals, Music

Kaiser Chiefs, Peter Doherty & more to play Bingley Music Live

With the rise of smaller festivals becoming all the more prevalent, Bingley Music Live have quite literally set the standard for this years influx of summer festivals. Taking place between 1st-3rd September 2017 the festival features a wide range of acts across three days. Its headliners come in the form of Kaiser Chiefs, Manic Street […]

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Music, Reviews

“Shame”: Surge’s Amazing New Single

Not many bands come to mind when thinking of the garage rock scene in Essex. However, all that will change if Surge have anything to say about it! First bursting onto the scene with “Tears of Joy,” it is already clear that Surge are onto somewhat of a breakthrough in 2017. Their most recent single […]

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