Pitchork Paris has announced The 1975 as Saturday headliner. Pitchfork Music Festival Paris has announced that The 1975 will be their final headline act for the ninth edition of the festival, which will run from Oct 31st to November 2nd at Le Grande Halle de la Villette. The Manchester four-piece will be
New names have been added to this year’s stellar line-up. Reading and Leeds Festival has announced that Billie Eilish, who this year has become the youngest female solo artist to score a number one album in the UK, will be moving from the BBC Radio 1 Stage to Main Stage on Saturday
Australian electro-pop quintet Parcels played a sold out show as part of the Somerset House Summer Series last week. Now based in Berlin, Parcels released their self-titled debut album in October last year and played London’s Roundhouse shortly after. Their return was clearly highly anticipated as
We caught up with APRE at Community Festival. Ever wondered at what point should you stop drinking? Watch APRE break down the effects of each pint and show off their dad dancing – the two aren’t correlated in case you were wondering.
We caught up with SWMRS at Community Festival. What’s the similarity between the Cullens from ‘Twilight’ and The 1975? SWMRS break it down for us, and reveal their alter persona names – watch to find out.
Accompanied by dazzling sunshine, London hosted one of the most memorable indie parties of the summer last weekend. Despite 2019 only being the third time that Community Festival has taken place, it has already marked itself as a yearly ritual for indie-lovers and an unmissable
London is set to transform into a massive indie party as Community Festival takes over Finsbury Park this Sunday. Having enjoyed two previous years of success, Community Festival is set to return to London’s Finsbury Park this Sunday for its third installation. With indie music
With a weather forecast as dark as their souls, metal and rock fans headed to Castle Donington last week for another edition of Download. Aptly nicknamed Drownload, the rain had been haunting the site for days before the start of the actual festivities, and both
Matt and Telle from The Word Alive joined us backstage at Slam Dunk Festival. Seeing people being set on fire, playing sold out shows in Korea, and lying to your friend about how good they look – all in a day’s work for The Word
We caught up with Bamd at Slam Dunk Festival. iDKHOW joined us backstage at Slam Dunk Festival to discuss martial arts, survival tips and their experience of meeting Green Day and Queen. Watch the full interview below!