This January dance enthusiasts will gather at Butlins in Bognor Regis for one England’s best dance weekend festivals. Although Bugged Out is at an unusual time for a festival, it doesn’t stop it being a popular event with festival-goers staying in Butlins’ homely chalets. The festival is so far new,
Irish BBC Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac has certainly got herself into a great position this year playing festivals across the globe, and making an impression with her dance triggering sets. Mac now has a new album, ‘Annie Mac Presents 2014′, which is being showcased by her new UK tour.
We have now seen Peace on three occasions in the last twelve months, and they’ve only been gathering speed since then. The four-piece indie rock group have made it big since the release of their 2013 debut album ‘In Love’. The band have now announced the release of their next
Time for a trip down memory lane. We all remember Nizlopi for their chart topping single ‘JCB’. The hip hop folk duo are now back on tour since their 2008 split up. Luke Concannon, and John Parker are now back on tour this month with a brand new live CD.
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’.
St. Albans rock four-piece, Enter Shikari have confirmed details of their upcoming album. The long awaited new album, The Mindsweep, will be released on 19th January and will be the band’s fourth studio album and first since 2012’s A Flash Flood of Colour. The Mindsweep track list: 1. The Appeal & The
Legendary rock band responsible for ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’, ‘We Are The Champions’, ‘Killer Queen’ and many more hits, Queen, have confirmed a UK arena tour in January 2015 marking the band’s first UK appearances since the 2012 Olympic Games closing ceremony. The band will be visiting arena
Drum and Bass pioneers, Chase and Status will take to the decks on Saturday night at the O2 Academy Bournemouth in celebration of their own label MTA Records’ fifth birthday. It will be the duo’s first appearance in Bournemouth since last year’s successful Brand New Machine arena tour when they sold
Just weeks after his ‘Global Debut’ at Reading and Leeds Festivals (and Portsmouth’s Wedgewood Rooms), former My Chemical Romance lead singer has confirmed his first UK tour in support of his upcoming album Hesitant Alien – Released Monday 29th September. The tour will see Way visit intimate venues in Manchester,
Scottish rock trio, Biffy Clyro will take to the stage at East London’s 2,500 capacity Troxy on Saturday 22nd November for Relentless Live after yet another successful summer which saw the band headline both T in The Park and Isle of Wight Festival with two incredible performances. The second Relentless Live