Jamie T – Southampton O2 Guildhall Dozens of Zombie attired fans gathered at Southampton Guildhall to see Jamie T perform. It was fitting for the occasion for Jamie T’s newest single ‘Zombie’ and for the fact that it was also Halloween. Apart from a few intimate gig at some small
Damon Albarn, the man responsible for Gorillaz, Blur and many other acts, once again gives his huge number of devoted fans a reason to get excited. In an interview with the Sydney Morning Herald, Damon tells us that not only is there big plans for the Gorillaz, but the next
Jamie T; the man that ended a four year silence earlier this year with the announcement of an upcoming album. The Wimbledon born singer/songwriter first signed with Virgin Records in 2007 and released two Eps. Since then Jamie T had a run of success with his first album ‘Panic Prevention’.
Glastonbury 2015 tickets went on sale at 9am on 5th October and sold out in record time. Tens of thousands were left disappointed when all 150,000 remaining tickets were snapped up in just 26 minutes. Emily Eavis, daughter of the Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis tweeted: “We have sold out, thank
On a very warm September dawn Blighty’s Southern docks prepared themselves for some sixty thousand festival-goers to cross the Solent; not for the beautiful Isle of Wight scenery, but for Josie and Rob Da Bank’s Bestival, the unofficial finish line of the UK’s chockablock festival marathon. Robin Hill’s 2013 HMS
Green Man Festival 2014 – Preview With the amount of festivals now cropping up throughout the year in the United Kingdom, it can sometimes be hard to know which ones you want to go to! Sometimes it’s hard to get away from the corporate advertising and mass marketing campaigns that
Standon Calling is one of England’s most hush-hush festivals, but why wouldn’t it be, it’s tiny? Set in the grounds of a 16th century manor house in the middle of nowhere, the 5,000 capacity festival is never afraid to have fun. The festival’s nightlife never seems to end, with the
Yesterday, at their Uncarrier 5.0 event, T-Mobile unveiled ‘Rhapsody UnRadio’, a new, premium music streaming app, available for iOS and Android, and on a browser developed with Rhapsody that is free for unlimited data customers on T-Mobile, and $4 a month for all other T-Mobile subscribers. The T-Mobile music announcements