Bestival organiser Rob da Bank made his new day festival brand, Common People, return to Southampton for a second instalment. The new event began last year with Grace Jones and Fatboy Slim headlining. 2016 saw the same festival begin in Oxford with a second year playing out at Southampton Common.
After a very successful first year, with two events under their belt, Soundclash was ready to take 2016 by the horns. Southampton Soundclash was the first event of its kind in the city, bringing top name DJs to a day festival on the south coast. Although the two events at
The new day festival from the Bestival family is back. Common People will return to Southampton Common for a second year. Rob da Bank and co have been super-busy creating a bank holiday weekend extravaganza for all the family to enjoy. Common People embodies Bestival’s young, energetic vibe, and after
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
Real Lies are a London-based electronic pop group formed in 2012. The band signed to Marathon Artists and have so far released four singles and an album on the label. The band’s critically acclaimed single ‘Deeper’ was what first put the band on the map. The band’s single ‘Dab Housing’
With the main stage hosted by Black Butter Records, Southampton Soundclash’s first year was set to be big. The festival, situated next to Southampton Airport, boasted the biggest and best dance lineup that Southampton has to offer so far this year. Soundclash made sure they had a bus to deliver
Bestival, on the Isle of Wight, is now one of the biggest and best festivals in the UK, and this year Rob da Bank and his team are sailing to the mainland to bring us Common People; a two-day metropolitan jamboree set in the verdant surrounds of Southampton Common. For
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