Proving its popularity since its inception in 2013, the UK’s first camping jazz festival is back with more soul and blues! This ambitious revival of classical live jazz music infused with British camping culture is yet another reason to get hardcore jazz fanatics and avid festival goers excited this summer.
Virtual band Gorillaz are already back with another record. Damon Albarn and co returned after seven years without new music in 2017 with a twenty-six song album, ‘Humanz’. The band is now set to release ‘The Now Now’, an album that is already sounding very different from previous Gorillaz tracks
Set in the woodlands surrounding the Carreglwyd Estate in the far north-west of the Isle of Anglesey, Wales, Gottwood Festival took place from the 7th-10th of June. Now in its ninth year, the award-winning boutique electronic dance music festival did not fail to meet its high expectations. It should be
Hailing from Texas in the US, Khruangbin has made a name for themselves with their unique blending of global musical influences, soul, funk and psychedelia. The group’s debut record ‘The Universe Smiles Upon You’ draws influences from 1960s Thai music whilst their 2018 LP ‘Con Todo El Mundo’ is shaped
Bestival’s mini festival, Common People, returned this year with even more expectation than previously. Over the two days we were set to see big acts such as pop superstar Lily Allen and The Jackson’s; the weekend was bound to be a hit. The two-day event was held simultaneously in Southampton
The now London based trio of Rachael Aggs, Andrew Milk and Billy Easter that make up Shopping, released their outstanding debut album ‘Consumer Complaints’ in 2013. Filled with enough post-punk flare to sell out a first pressing by MILK Records, the striking tracks of ‘Consumer Complaints’ went on to be
New music from London based seven-piece Jungle has been a long time coming. Their debut self-titled record was released four years ago next month but we’ve been waiting this long for something new from the band. All four singles from Jungle’s debut did well gaining them sufficient radio airtime, especially
With the sun shining brightly and the festival full to capacity, excited dance music lovers from all over the south coast flocked to King George Playing Fields in Cosham for Mutiny Festival’s fifth birthday celebration this May bank holiday weekend. Once inside the festival, the first act we caught was