After national rail disruptions and flash floods in and around Birmingham [...]
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’t have to catch a ferry to get there. No lies – it feels weird. There was something sort of magical about catching the ferry with everyone, the anticipation, the journey, knowing that you were really going on an adventure. The short drive from the motorways to The Lulworth Castle estate just isn’t the same. On the other hand, the hefty hiked Red Funnel ferry pri
SlamDunk Festival 2017’s lineup promised to pack a punch and [...]
An entire recap of the 21st Birthday celebrations at V Fest, Hylands Park 2016.
Boardmasters is undoubtably Cornwall’s biggest festival. Much like it’s partner, Nass, Boardmasters thrives off its love for music and sport. This year I had the pleasure to head down to the beautiful coastline of Newquay to soak in the sun, the surf and the music.
After receiving the award for 'Best Medium Sized Festival' of 2015, Y Not Festival stopped at nothing to raise the bar this year. Returning to the festival for the second year in a row, I had high hopes that it was going to phenomenal, with headline acts this year including Editors, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds and Madness along with many more huge acts covering every angle of music.
We headed up to Strathallan Castle in Scotland for the epic T in the Park Festival. With Red Hot Chilli Peppers, The Stone Roses & Calvin Harris headlining, we knew we were in for a treat. Read our review here.
Its been over ten years since the Great Escape first launched as a playground of gigs and shows for up and coming bands, now a forerunner in the urban music scene and boasting sets from Mystery Jets, Oh Wonder and The Temper Trap, this year's eclectic mix was one to remember,
Once again boasting one of the festival calendars’ most diverse range of acts, Sundown 2015 proved a massive success.
We headed down to SW4 (South West Four) in London's Clapham Common to check out Skrillex, Martin Garrix, Basement Jaxx, Sigma, Gaia and loads more as electronic music's finest arrived for another bank holiday weekend party.