Laneway finally arrived in Melbourne and as the temperatures were set to soar, there was a line-up just as savage. Here are our top three from the day, and please understand how difficult this task was, the creators of festival didn’t make it easy. They
The War On Drugs headline Australia’s St Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2018. When you close any festival you want the act to be big. In this case there were three groups of the line-up and a hard decision was proposed. Pond, Badbadnotgood or The War On Drugs? Inner turmoil
Spreading its marvels across three of Hackney’s most eminent venues, Hackney Wonderland makes a brave attempt to follow up their previous glories. Following up last year’s extravaganza you can’t help but notice the downscale of the event that previously stretched over two days and more
We caught up with Reading outfit The Amazons at Leeds Festival 2017. The Amazons joined us backstage at this year’s Leeds Festival to talk about their tour experiences, Hogwarts houses and pineapple on pizza. Watch the full interview below!
New Jersey rockers made appearance at Leeds Festival 2017. Aaron and Lou from Palisades joined us backstage at this year’s Leeds Festival to talk about their most rockstar moments, messing up on stage and pineapple on pizza. Watch the full interview below!
We caught up with London-based quartet ISLAND at Leeds Festival 2017. ISLAND joined us backstage at this year’s Leeds Festival to talk about Harry Potter, pizza and their future plans. Watch the full interview below!
The London based punk-rock outfit Counterfeit. made an appearances at Reading and Leeds Festivals 2017. Counterfeit. joined us backstage at this year’s Leeds Festival to talk about their bizarre tour experiences, drinking and… well, pineapple and pizza. Watch the interview below!
Indie favourites surprise fans with a secret show at Reading and Leeds. Not much of a surprise as they appeared at Reading the day before, but Wolf Alice made an unexpected appearance on the last day of Leeds Festival. Kicking things off at the Festival
The LA-based trio lightened up this year’s Leeds Festival. It always feels like summer when it comes to these three. Gracing BBC Radio 1 Dance Stage on the last day of the festival, LANY captured with sun-soaked melodies and dancable vibes. With their self-titled debut
The Welsh pop punk rockers deliver one of the most outstanding performances at Leeds Festival. As the first day of Leeds Festival was coming to an end, we had the pleasure of watching Neck Deep round things off at The Pit Stage. Scoring No. 4