With a whole host of new festivals cropping up at an almost unstoppable pace to meet the nation’s ever-growing demand for live music, it can be hard to stand out. Although, Community Festival manages to do just that. Last year renowned bands such as Catfish and the Bottle, The Wombats and Slaves captivated tens of …
The seventh annual Long Division festival comes into full swing tomorrow. With an eclectic assortment of arts, literary and music events taking place across some of Wakefield’s most loved landmarks and venues, including the Town Hall and Cathedral, Long Division is Wakey’s largest festival of music and culture. Established in 2011, Long Division sets out …
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.
Leicestershire’s favourite serene rural countryside festival 110 Above have made their second storming lineup announcement, including a quartet of headliners who draw in huge crowds every time they perform.
Barnsley-based band The Sherlocks were subject to unwanted attention earlier this week, causing controversy after the quartet announced that they are playing at Y Not Festival in Derbyshire.
Now we’re all now firmly buckled up and ready to take on 2018, we can now reflect and glance outside of our rear view mirrors at the epic tracks which dropped in 2017, and will be forever be carried lovingly throughout our lives. Here’s our top five favourite releases.
Brighton: Home of Punch and Judy, Fish and Chips and the Green Party. But also home to a party of quite a different nature: The Great Escape Festival.
Turtle Tempo have taken the difficult decision to announce the sudden closure as an independent music discovery website. This will have immediate effect as of April 1st.
110 Above Festival located in rural Leicestershire, is the go-to place for your festival weekend this coming August. Tickets are being snapped up quicker than a flock of pigeons eating a loaf of bread at your local park. You just can’t afford to miss out on this one.
Oh Wonder have announced that their upcoming album – which is set to be released in 2017, is “nostalgic” and “a lot more energetic” than their self-titled debut album which was released in 2015, according to Josephine Vander Gucht.