Latest, Music

This Feeling’s Alive Tour: A musical celebration

Last year saw the creation of This Feeling’s Alive Tour concept, taking inspiration from the past with modern twists. It was perhaps THE must see event of the winter touring season. After such success, the Alive tour returns with Trampolene, The Surrenders and Lacuna Bloome. The tour encompasses small venues across the country in a […]

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Wolf Alice announce final 2018 shows

It has been a couple of years to remember for Wolf Alice, Visions Of A Life tore through the dangers a second album may offer and instead was something quite mesmerising. Nominated for a Mercury Award, it is quite right that the band will celebrate with two massive Christmas shows in London and Manchester.  Taking […]

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False Heads continue to amaze with ‘Yellow’

False Heads are one of the country’s most important upcoming bands, both relevant and promising. Musically, they enter a realm of their own, whether it be in the studio or in the live setting. ‘Yellow’ is the perfect example of such ferocity.  Kicking off with a gritty opening guitar riff, ‘Yellow’ is a journey of […]

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Festivals, Music

Reading & Leeds 2018: Our Highlights

Reading & Leeds Festivals are a highlight of the year, the natural end to a long summer of festivals. Here’s Eudaemonia’s highlights from this year’s edition. Shame The South London outfit now lead a whole generation of upcoming bands from the capital. Upping production at their debut Reading & Leeds main-stage outing with huge inflatable […]

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Latest, Music

Courteeners announce massive UK tour

Courteeners have had a whirlwind of a 2018 celebrating the 10th anniversary of gold selling debut album St. Jude. Now, they announce a massive tour of their own kicking off this November. Earlier this year the Manchester legends celebrated a decade of musical releases with two massive celebratory shows. They sold out London’s Royal Albert […]

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Latest, Music

This Feeling TV Returns

Six episodes in and Red Stripe presents This Feeling TV seems to get better and better. Having already played home to the likes of Rat Boy, Declan McKenna, Bang Bang Romeo, Slaves and more, the show returns with yet another killer line up! Now split into segmented youtube releases, the clever, forward thinking TV show features […]

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Live, Music

Live Review: Anteros

Date: 31/04/2018 Venue: Old Blue Last, London   2018 is the year of Anteros, there are no doubts about it. Their media exposure and fan base is growing on a weekly basis and for right reasons. Their Old Blue Last gig, as part of Dork Magazine’s Easter celebration was one to behold, a real ‘I […]

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Latest, Music

Concrete Caverns Release “Punk Rock Revolution”

Concrete Caverns have grown in both reputation and sound alike, their live sound is ferocious and deliciously appealing. Latest single “Punk Rock Revolution” is perhaps their most exciting release yet! Excitingly politicised, the song in many ways questions the integrity of modern punk rock and instead suggests the need for revolution in order to overcome […]

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Latest, Music

Trampolene’s Biggest Tour Yet: April 2018

Trampolene are firm Eudaemonia favourites, their sound epitomises everything any new band should be! Courageous and talented, the Welsh trio are both likeable and charismatic and destined to go all the way to the top! This April sees them embark upon their largest tour yet in association with the musical marvels and revolutionaries that are […]

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Latest, Music

Dead Natives Release “Keep This In Mind”

Dead Natives have been making a name for themselves throughout London over the previous few years, their reputation is ever-growing! “Keep This In Mind” is released at a time where their live outings are growing all the more numerous, in many ways it is one of their most impressive releases to date. Opening with an […]

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Live, Music

Live Review: The Blinders

Date: 21/02/2018 Venue: The Lexington, London Across town the Brit Awards took centre stage, still an institution but in many ways now just a worrying insight into the very much closed circle of modern mainstream music. The Lexington boasted the opposite, The Blinders in the form of their lives and a true representation of the […]

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Lighthouse Kick Of 2018 With “Creep On My Mind”

Lighthouse’s musical credentials are ever growing, already they are amassing a reputation worth looking for across the capital. February’s release of “Creep On My Mind” is perhaps their best yet, incredibly well produced and entirely listenable. The East London formed band have a ferocious sound which mixes energy with obvious guitar riffs, fine drum beats […]

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Latest, Music

London Gig Guide: January 2018

London is a metropolis of culture, its music scene is entirely relevant and constantly growing. Our monthly gig guide aims to bring a list of featured events happening across town over the coming 4 weeks or so. Additionally, rotating cover images will aim to present a unique side to London subculture. (This month: Oval Space.) […]

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Latest, Music

Liam Gallagher Aims To Control Climate Change This Christmas 

Climate change is very much topical and relevant, a dangerous and impactful set of conditions which may limit the existence of future generations upon earth. Liam Gallagher comes as an unlikely supporter, his narration of an “alternative Christmas advert” via the Climate Coalition is ingenious. Part of the Climate Coalition’s ‘Show The Love’ campaign, it […]

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Features, Music, The 2017 Music List

The 2017 Music List: Best Tracks

2017 has been one of THE greatest years for new music, many singles and tracks have soundtracked the year from the outset. It is clear that each of these tracks will grow into something special, with some potentially becoming life changing anthems. Below are some of our favourite songs of the year: The Blinders – […]

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The Libertines To Play Australia In 2018

It’s hard to imagine that The Libertines are still experience ‘new’ ventures after their long and distinguished careers however, 2018 sees them head to Australia for the first time! 2017 has been different and exciting for the London formed band, their festival commitments were numerous alongside a special seaside tour just a few months back. […]

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Paves Launch New Single “Baby” 

This Thursday, London’s world famous The Monarch plays home to the launch of Paves’ amazing new single “Baby.” With The Velvet Hands and Calva Louise also on the bill, it really is a line up you cannot afford to miss! Described by Radio X as a perfect “Summer Anthem,” Paves’ latest single “Baby” is arguably […]

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Idles Announce Biggest 2018 Headline Dates Yet 

WHAT a year it has been for Idles, the release of their debut album has been nothing but celebrated! Now they announce details of two new dates in 2018, no doubt their biggest to date. The momentum continues for the Bristol punk band. This year they delivered raucous shows at Reading & Leeds, sold out Village Underground […]

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Features, Interviews, Music

Eudaemonia Live #1- Interview: Lighthouse

From its inception Eudaemonia has had an aim of bringing upcoming new bands and music into limelight. The necessity for a live gig has always been in the forefront of our minds. With this comes Eudaemonia Live, Nottingham’s newest celebration of some of the best new bands the city and beyond has to offer! Ticket […]

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