Author: geeharland

REVIEW: Truck Festival 2018

Truck Festival sold out once again this year, and after a long weekend under the sun, it is easy to see why. This year was the festivals 21st anniversary, and it has only got bigger and better, whilst still maintaining that “festival in your backyard” vibe that all it’s festival-goers love. I have personally attended …

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PREVIEW: Truck Festival 2018

Oxfordshire’s Truck Festival is 20 years old this year and they have got the music line-up to celebrate. It was founded in 1998, after its immense success in 2015, the festival added an extra day to their weekend, welcoming families, teenagers, adults, newcomers and their loyal fans. This year, the organisers have gone above and …

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ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Tell Me What You See’ by 31hours

‘Tell Me What You See’ opens us up to a whole new era of innovative, unconventional and pleasurably odd psychedelic rock. It’s evident through the band’s 13-track debut album that 31hours have established their position between afro-pop, space rock and the accompanying electronic and folk-like genres.

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INTRODUCING: Oliver Has A Band

Oliver Has a Band are an upcoming lo-fi surf rock band from London. Hailing earlier this year they have released their first single ‘Every Other Lie’ which has been written to cure your post-summer blues come September; when we all venture back into our coats and blankets, drinking coffee next to the fire place days.

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