Festivals // Festival no.6 – Portmeirion

FESTIVAL N06 September 14th-16th // Portmeirion // £170adv Take a glance at previous line-ups and linger on astonishing images of Portmeirion, and let’s all festival in...

Festivals // End of the Road – Dorset

End Of The Road Aug 30th - Sept 1st // Dorset // £165adv Set in the beautiful Larmer Tree Gardens, this is simply unmissable; stage sizes...

Festivals // ATP Iceland – Keflavik

ATP Iceland June 28th-29th // Keflavík // €110 As additions to the All Tomorrow's Parties’ roster go, it really couldn’t get much more exciting than this....

Festivals // Latitude – Suffolk

Latitude July 18th-21st // Suffolk // £190adv Latitude is just one of those festivals you hear everyone saying how great it is. Always with an incredible...

Festivals // The Great Escape – Brighton

Image by Tori Clarkson The Great Escape May 16th-18th // Brighton // £50adv You can keep SXSW; Great Escape is the city festival that really gets hearts...

Festivals // Found – London

Found Festival June 15th // Haggerston Park // £50adv Bringing a unique collection of the most cutting edge electronic acts to Shoreditch, having started life as...

Festivals // Wireless – London

Wireless July 12th-14th // Queen Elizabeth Park // £75 per day New music in venues above pubs might be our usual thing, so it could be...

Festivals // Bushstock – London

Bushstock June 1st // Shepherds Bush // £27.50adv   This one-day, four-venue, absolute-ton-of-quality-bands treat of a festival, organised by the clever folks behind label/promotions company Communion,...

Festivals // Land of Kings – London

Land Of Kings May 5th // Dalston // £30adv Chasing around Dalston and watching bands is something anyone London-based and interested in new music will be...

Festivals // Field Day – London

Field Day May 25th // Victoria Park // £50adv Okay, there might come a time (as seems to happen every year) when you run for the...

Interview // Still Corners

Photos by Sonny Malhotra On their 2010 debut, ‘Creatures Of An Hour’, Still Corners looked inwards and confronted many of their demons by turning them...

Tales From The City // When Saints Go Machine

All of us accustomed to London traffic know the tangible certainty of “we’re going to be late”, but few of us can match this...

Interview // Marques Toliver

Marques Toliver is prolific to say the least, although only releasing his debut album ‘Land of CanAan’ now, he’s been on our radar for...

On The Stereo // May 2013

Superfood - Superfood Unless you caught one of their brilliant live shows earlier this year, ‘Superfood’ will be the first you’ve heard beyond the hype...

Penny For Your Thoughts // Matthew Britton

are festivals even that good...? Unbelievable as it may seem at the moment, there will be a point this year in which you will feel...

Tales From The City // April 2013

As someone at the epicentre of the late-seventies punk explosion, we couldn’t think of a better person to ask than renowned photographer Sheila Rock,...

Young Galaxy // April 2013

Fresh from a handful of must-see shows at SXSW festival, Montreal natives Young Galaxy are busy prepping for the release of their fourth album,...

On The Stereo // April 2013

With Rhian from BEAT PYRAMID. Casual Sex - Stroh 80 Joining the growing number of groups dialling things back to a time when post-punk reigned, Glasgow’s...

Tales From The City // Farewell JR

  The dynamic and moving tracks of Farewell JR’s debut ep may have been recorded, in parts, all over the globe, but here we invite frontman...

On The Stereo // March 2013

Department M - I’ll Fax You An Apology The new project of Owen Brinley, Leeds’ Department M first came to our attention when two demos...

Bastille // March 2013

Have you ever met someone and thought to yourself, "I just can't read you." The musical equivalent is arguably Bastille, a band that no...