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Daily Archives: June 6, 2018


Topping the bill of Britain’s indie elite, Catfish and the Bottlemen brought their anthemic tunes to London’s Victoria Park. Following the success of its first huge weekend, which saw LCD Soundsystem, The xx and Björk grace the stage, the inaugural edition of brand new ten day event All Points East continued

STEREO HONEY // All Points East Festival 2018

Stereo Honey entranced the crowd with their mesmerising set at All Points East, as chilled back indie melodies enticed festival goers. Swaying along to the music, the crowd was completely captivated by the stunning set delivered by Stereo Honey. Oozing summer vibes with their infectious tunes,

SUPERFOOD // All Points East Festival 2018

Packing out the Jägerhaus at All Points East, Superfood played a high-energy set to an equally enthusiastic crowd.  Queues for Superfood’s set at All Points East snaked round the Jägerhaus, proving the band’s popularity as they filled the venue to maximum capacity. Inside, it was a fun

MARGOT Release New Single ‘Twenty Six’

Dreamy and startling new track from South London’s Margot. Margot gift us with Twenty Six which will jump on the soundtrack to your lazy summer days and long balmy nights. This is the second single from the guys as they continue to share stunning tracks from their forthcoming

THE BIG MOON // All Points East Festival 2018

A welcome reception was given to The Big Moon as they took over the Jägerhaus for All Points East. London-based quartet The Big Moon were all smiles as they took over the Jägerhaus for its last set at All Points East last week. It was refreshing to

NEW LUNA Share New Track ‘Knew Too’

Something broody from Manchester’s own New Luna titled Knew Too. Full of sound scape-type layered guitars, this track can only be listened at full volume to truly appreciate it. Knew Too is gritty and raw yet pensive and patient. A balance that New Luna mastered

THE HUNNA // All Points East Festival 2018

The Hunna delivered an unforgettable set to a host of adoring fans, as Victoria Park was filled with heartfelt riffs and passionate melodies on a warm Friday night. As the band ran onto stage, jumping into their first song Dare, the crowd went crazy for the