It’s been a great year for us at inSYNC. We’ve had the opportunity to cover some great events, gigs and festivals, and we’ve some some out the world’s best musicians and DJs in action. We’ve also had the privilege to interview a handful of amazing artists. This is just a
Top Swedish house DJ Jonas Rathsman is to play his first set of 2016 in Bristol. In:Motion will play host to some of the best DJs in the industry including Adam Beyer, BBC Radio 1’s B.Traits, Âme and Joy Orbison. Rathsman will play in ‘The Tunnel’ in Bristol’s Motion nightclub.
With four events now under their belt, Bournemouth’s Foreverland has shown no signs of slowing. The first event of 2016 has already been announced, and they left 2015 with a bang. Another sold out show saw garage extraordinaires Oxide & Neutrino, grime man Bonkaz, bassline DJ Cause & Affect and
Obaro Ejimiwe, better known as Ghostpoet, previously said that his new album ‘Shedding Skin’ is a “guitar record”. It’s certainly more indie-rock-inclined than its two glitchy predecessors. Ghostpoet was showing off his talent subbing Alt-J on their latest tour. With a growing number of fans Ghostpoet’s musical territory is expanding
Isle of Wight Festival has announced 14 new artists for the 2016 Festival at Seaclose Park. Sigma Live, Pendulum (DJ set), Jess Glynne, The Corrs, Busted, Twin Atlantic, Half Moon Run, Gabrielle Aplin, The High Kings, Reverend and the Makers, The Wonderstuff, Sixx:A.M, Lissie and The Family Rain will perform
Nottingham is no doubt afar from our usual southerly based reviews, so I jumped at the chance to see Cause and Affect in action at the award-winning club Stealth. As always, a different place means different vibes. And boy can I tell you, the Notts crew certainly love to party!
Another big night in Bournemouth saw a mixture of dnb, garage and bassline come together with BBC 3 favourites, the cast of People Just Do Nothing, Kurupt FM heading the night. The so-called ‘Champagne Steamrooms’ had a host of acts including Wookie, P Money and Star.One cook up another night
With Concrete Music heading up Portsmouth’s growing house and bass scene, it’s good to know someone is taking control of house’s musically mutilated brother. OHM have recently put on two drum&bass nights calling upon some of the industry’s best names to play. The Wedgewood Rooms may sound like an odd
Hung at the back of the stage was the image of number one album ‘Marks To Prove It’, overshadowing The Maccabees as they filed onto the stage at Southampton’s O2 Guildhall. The band is now on tour with their fourth studio album, after taking over two years to record and
California rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers have been announced as headliners for next year’s Reading and Leeds Festivals. The appearance will be the Chili Peppers’ first in the UK since 2014’s Isle of Wight headline slot. Also announced were Manchester indie outfits The 1975, and Courteeners, along with Ohio