Live, Music

Live Review: The Libertines’ Sharabang

Sharabang, part of Joss Bay’s Wheels and Fins Festival, was always billed to be a special day. A famous first Kent festival for The Libertines who now call Margate their home. With album four on the way, it seemed a logical end to a wold spanning four year reunion tour. An announcement followed, suddenly the […]

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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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Live, Music

Live Review: Northern Exposure Presents MAH

Date: 10/11/2017 Venue: The Leadmill, Sheffield Featuring: Cabbage, Trampolene, Sheafs, Sisteray Quite possibly one of the best line ups of the year, Northern Exposure’s charity gig for Musicians Against Homelessness was nothing short of special. With Sisteray, Sheafs, Trampolene and Cabbage making up the line up, it was clear that the evening would be memorable. […]

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Latest, Music

Northern Exposure Presents MAH 10/11/17: Preview

Northern Exposure is quite possibly one of the best sources of new music in the country right now, their ambition matches a passion for new talent which is reflected in both website and other musical involvements. Their Musicians Against Homeless charity gig at Sheffield’s Leadmill reflects quite possibly their biggest gig to date… and quite […]

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Festivals, Music

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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Latest, Music

Cabbage Release New Single: “A Network Betrayal” 

Fucking hell, the UK train service is an exemplar of absolute idiocy, the home of all the most complete of jobsworths. Cabbage’s latest single, “A Network Betrayal” sums this up, a true outcry on behalf of all the UK’s train-travelling youth. Fast paced relevant lyricism mixed with toying guitar riffs sum up the problem. From […]

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Festivals, Music

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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Festivals, Music

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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Festivals, Music

Must see acts at Liverpool Sound City 2017

Sound City is one of our favourite ways to begin a great summer of festivals. Situated this time in the central of Liverpool’s dock district, the festival is getting even bigger. We are certain that it is already lining up to be their best edition yet. With names such as John Cale, The Kooks and […]

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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. Bang Bang Romeo They’re truly in a […]

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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

Record Store Day 2017: Our Picks

With Record Store Day quickly approaching, here’s our favourite tips for this years event. Be sure to rise early though, we are sure that they will be much coveted as the day arrives. Blossoms: Blossoms (Virgin EMI 10″ LP Picture Vinyl)  2016 was quite the year for Blossoms. Who would have thought that just over […]

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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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Live, Music

Live Review: Cabbage, The Shimmer Band, April

Venue: Nottingham Bodega Date: 08/02/2017 Nottingham’s Bodega is a relatively historic venue, it plays host to many upcoming bands and has a long list of successful alumni ranging from The Libertines to the Arctic Monkeys. However, Cabbage’s arrival in the hotbed of Nottingham’s growing music scene eclipses all this, a gig which many believed would […]

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Focus, Music

Focus #5: Cabbage

It takes a lot for a band to burst onto the scene as rapidly as Cabbage have. Across the country their reputation is frantically growing; with an instantly recognisable sound and chaotic live shows it is clear that 2017 is the year of the Cabbage. Like many, Cabbage are emerging from Manchester’s world renowned local […]

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Festivals, Music

Truck Festival announces 2017 line up

New festival line ups seem to be arriving on a day by day basis this month, but perhaps the most impressive so far has been Oxfordshire’s Truck festival. With organisers claiming it to be the festivals best ever line up in celebration of its 20th Birthday, the Oxfordshire farm sees The Libertines, Franz Ferdinand and […]

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Festivals, Music

Second wave of acts announced for Handmade Festival

Handmade Festival has today announced its second wave of bands for its 2017 line-up. Returning to Leicester’s 02 Academy on 29 and 30 April 2017 it features a range of new and upcoming bands as well as a curated range of comedy, art, film and performance. Having already announced Twin Atlantic and Frightened Rabbit as […]

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Features, Music

2017 Watch-list

One of the key concepts behind Eudaemoniablog is its focus on new and upcoming talent throughout the UK and beyond. With that in mind, here is our 2017 watch-list, five bands who we think will be huge as the year progresses. Trampolene: 2016 has been the year in which Trampolene have come to great prominence, […]

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