As inSYNC has become more and more involved with the electronic music side of things, as well as bands, we’ve had some great interviews and reviews for DJ sets and festivals. Continuing on this path, we had a Q&A with BBC Radio 1 legend Hannah Wants, to celebrate her upcoming
After headlining Mutiny Festival earlier in the month, Aussie dance duo Knife Party have announced a show at London’s Brixton Academy. The duo, who will release fourth EP Trigger Warning in the upcoming weeks last headlined Brixton Academy in 2013, also on Halloween. Tickets available soon!
Mumble Sound have already embedded themselves into the Bournemouth dance scene; taking on Bournemouth’s Orange Rooms to bring the university an After Party to 2015’s Summer Ball. The BU Summer Ball was a great day, and to top it off the event that followed one a good one. Mumble Sound
inSYNC’s favourite small festival is almost here again! Standon Calling is one of England’s most hush-hush festivals, but why wouldn’t it be? It is titchy? Set in the grounds of a 16th century manor house in the middle of rural Hertfordshire, the 5,000 capacity festival is never afraid to have
At the end of May, the South saw Somerley Tea Party return for its second year. The day festival is set in the grounds of the Old Somerley Estate, within the old walled garden. The festival is overlooked by the large mansion still inhabited by the family that owns the
Glastonbury Festival is possibly the biggest name in the global festival industry. Almost every year nearly 200,000 music and arts fans flood to the South West and create a town the size of Norwich for five days of unrivalled music, comedy, dance, theatre, circus and speech. As you enter the
2008 saw Rob da Bank’s Bestival turn to a muddy hellhole, and reduced the festival to an event planners nightmare. Ever since, though, a series of British Indian summers have seen Bestival propel itself to the top of the festival tree; one of the best in the UK. The Bestival