After more than six months of disruption and chaos from Covid-19, some festivals and events have begun to release information of their future plans post this global pandemic. 2020 has seen all festivals and events across Europe be halted amidst public safety fears and this, coupled with a lack of support from
DJ/producer Craig Richards’ critically acclaimed Houghton festival will this August return for its belated third edition. After being dealt a hard blow by Mother Nature last summer, the event was cancelled last minute, but now it is ready to return in spectacular fashion. Houghton’s 2017 debut was truly something to
Scottish tech/house mogul Denis Sulta is making his debut at London’s Printworks on November 9th. The DJ/producer will be bringing us critically acclaimed ‘Sulta Selects’ show to the capital’s electronic music venue. Sulta, born in Glasgow, is not alone in his Printworks endeavours and has carefully curated a top roster
It’s that time of year again, the beginning of summer is approaching and festival lineups are starting to take shape. In turn festival goers have to make the hard decision of where to invest their money. And, with Gottwood Festival approaching it’s tenth instalment, expect the team to go all
It is that time of year again when Bristol’s biggest and favourite festival returns to Eastville Park. Running on the 25th-26th of May, it marks the end of exam period, and will provide the perfect celebration for the students of Bristol and beyond. Growing year on year, with more intricate
Boomtown Fair has ballooned to a very impressive 66,000 capacity, now making it the largest event in Hampshire and one of the largest in the country. Only on the mad streets of a field in Winchester will you see costumed cowboys and pirates that lure you into hidden parties, narrow
Despite only being two weeks into a brand new year, the indie tides seem to be changing with two stalwarts of the UK scene returning. Three and a half years after the release of their fourth studio record ‘What Went Down’, Foals have teased the first taste of new music.
Since 2006 Douglas Appling, better know as Emancipator, has been quietly cementing his place in the underground electronic music scene. A sleeping giant of the scene, his critically acclaimed debut record ‘Soon It Will Be Cold Enough’ was self-produced, and self-released, and marked Emancipator on the map showing off his
The end of festival season 2018 is sadly upon us. I think we can all agree it has been one to remember; we’ve partied hard in the unpredictable British weather, seen too many quality acts to list and made enough memories to keep us just about ticking until next summer…
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.