Besides the obvious mega headliners such as Peace, Fickle Friends and Marika Hackman, with still one more wave of acts to be announced, these are the hidden gems that 110 Above Festival has to offer this summer, in no particular order.
London based, four-piece indie band, Old Swing, have only gone and beautifully crafted your new favourite, driving home in the rain whilst staring out of the window song. Or train for those like myself, who don’t own a drivers licence and have actually had to brave Storm Emma. Or maybe even a silent cry in …
Festival on a farm, 110 Above, gave us an instant feel of excitement as soon as we walked up the hidden path, with fairy lights dancing around the letters on the entrance sign, we knew that this weekend was going to be something special.
In the cramped corridor of Gorilla’s concert venue, we had a little chat with Girli about pink, being powerful and having a set in Electrowerkz that looked like her bedroom.
We spoke to The Night Café before their hometown show at O2 Academy, Liverpool on May 5th.
We were blessed with the opportunity to meet King No-One at Studio 2 before their Liverpool show on 14th April. What made you pursue a career in music? Zach: I guess it wasn’t something that wasn’t a conscious path, it was just that one thing led onto another. It’s been since early stages of development …
Coming to the end of their headline, That’s Your Lot tour, I caught up with Ben, Frank and Harris, with a conversation entailing sea creatures, SXSW and Starbucks Double Shot Espresso cans.
Before the start of their headline tour, starting in the Heebie Jeebie’s alternative basement, EBGBS, I sat down with Brad, Olly and Lew of Trudy and The Romance, talking about rum and coke, original lager and the Sandman.
Raring to go with a brew, always in hand, Trudy and The Romance kicked off their headline tour in EBGBS, with a loud and notable bang.