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DOWNLOAD 2018: The Big Review!
FRIDAY Would it even be a Download weekend if there wasn’t at least the threat of rain? It’s grey but holding off as we head into the a...

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Ozzy Osbourne at DOWNLOAD 2018: Reviewed!
It’s possibly the sunniest day of Download’s entire history and we’re collectively scorched after spending our Sunday rocking out to...

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Guns'N'Roses at DOWNLOAD 2018: Reviewed!
Day two of Download and arguably the most anticipated revival in rock history topping the bill tonight. Yes yes, we’ve all seen some other itera...

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Avenged Sevenfold at DOWNLOAD 2018: Reviewed!
The rain has held off all day, we’ve weedled our way into the middle of the black sea of metal-tees - beer in hand, and it’s time for the ...

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Slamdunk Festival 2018 - Midlands
After national rail disruptions and flash floods in and around Birmingham it didn’t stop the hauls of music fans descending on the NEC Birm...

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Over the years, Cambridge Junction has played host to many great artists. On Tuesday 3rd April the venue welcomed English rock band, Lower Than Atlant...

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Country 2 Country Festival just keeps getting bigger and better - Live Review

Country music in the UK? Not something you heard of much back in 2013 when the O2 Arena in London welcomed its very first C2C Festival. Telling people you were going to a country music festival was like telling people you were eloping. Fast forward to 2018, Country Music has started to become a bit bore acceptable to the mainstream, british artists such as The Shires are selling out tours and playing every festival that you can imagine, Ward Thomas secured a number one album slot for their second record Cartwheels and festivals across the UK are booking country artists more and more. It doesn't stop there though. Many C2C Alumni are starting to break into the scene as they collaborate with pop artists. Chris Stapleton started to blow up after his Brit Award performance with Justin Timberlake and has been charting ever since with his own material, Maren Morris had a top ten hit woth her collaboration with Grey and Zedd for the song Middle and artists like Kacey Musgraves are playing some of the UK's biggest venues - country music in the UK is starting to be a thing.

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On the 8th February 2018, well known venue, Cambridge Junction, opened it's doors to ticket holders filled with excitement to see English rock ban...

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Coasts at Club 85-Hitchin-9th October 2017
On Monday evening (9th October 2017) the small town of Hitchin saw the anticipated return of the band, Coasts.  A band that is well known to the ...

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Bestival 2017 - THE GIANT REVIEW!
Thursday Bestival. The summer finale. The big kahuna. Bestival has been my homecoming for the last twelve years and this is the first time I don&rs...

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Pet Shop Boys close Bestival 2017 - The show that nearly didn't go on!
It’s day three of Bestival and though the rain hasn’t hit has hard today, the wind has managed to savage the site to the point of an arena...

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A Tribe Called Quest perform their last ever show - Bestival 2017
After a night and days’ worth of on-off downpours the Bestival arena is a veritable swamp, we’ve sacrificed our trainers to the weather go...

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The XX at Bestival 2017 - Reviewed!
Well here we are, Friday night at Bestival’s new home of Lulworth Castle in Dorset. The arena is packed out, there’s a chill of anticipati...

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It's September 2017 and Wilkestock Festival is back! With an amazing line up organised and booked by Juicebox Live and The horn, this year the fes...

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Highfield festival is set by the picturesque Strömthaler Lake in Leipzig, in the east of Germany. A notably small festival with a capacity of 25,000 i...

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Bloodstock Open Air 2017 - REVIEWED!
FRIDAY It’s day one of BOA 2017 and we’ve got our obligatory black band tees on, grabbed our wristbands and are headed into the arena f...

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Finale headliner Megadeth close Bloodstock 2017!
Someone said all good things must come to an end, and sadly it is the final night of Bloodstock Open Air for another year. On the plus side, tonight s...

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Ghost headline Bloodstock Open Air 2017 - Are they the marmite of metal?
Night two at Bloodstock and we’ve seen a whole host of spectacular bands already. It’s with little surprise that we see the arena consider...

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Amon Amarth headline Bloodstock Open Air 2017
It’s Friday night, we’re all wearing black and the arena smells strongly of rum and beer. Let’s do this. Twice now, the Swedish v...

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Bedford Park Concerts 2017 Review
August 2017 saw the town of Bedford celebrating its 21st year of putting on its brilliant Park Concerts.  With everyone still reeling from the su...

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