After a long hot summer, the south coast’s highly anticipated Victorious Festival made its annual August bank holiday weekend appearance. Revelling onto Southsea common, (in the unsurprisingly heavy rain) came thousands of punters looking forward to the eclectic lineup of: Kaiser Chiefs, The Libertines, the ‘mod-father’ Paul Weller, and last
Philadelphia-based Vacationer is an electronic five-piece group formed in 2010, releasing their first LP two years later in March 2012. The band’s first record in over four years, ‘Mindset’, was released last month to the excitement of many fans. The group has cited their main influence as LCD Soundsystem, one
Indie five-piece Bad Sounds have broken into the limelight recently with their off-brand, happy-go-lucky pop music. The group are heavily influenced by early hip-hop artists including A Tribe Called Quest and De La Soul with their music featuring a range of sounds from ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s. The group have
2018 saw Boomtown celebrate a big milestone; its tenth anniversary. One of the UK’s most exciting spectacles on the festival scene, Boomtown Fair is truly the type of festival that you’ll be attending until you’re eighty. A decade in the making, the event has captured the hearts and minds of
Originally from Australia, but now based in Berlin, indie group Parcels have already made a name for themselves in Europe with their debut singles. The band’s debut long-playing record is set to be released in a couple of months with UK tour dates also planned. The group’s disco and soul-influenced
2018 marked the second year that Bestival has spent at its new home at Lulworth Castle in Dorset. This year also saw the festival move dates for the first time in its history, from the second weekend in September, to the weekend after the festival’s family-friendly sister event Camp Bestival.