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Bridget Eke explores arguments surrounding gender-balancing festivals following the announcement of Wireless Festival’s 2021 lineup, which includes only five women.
Shockwaves were sent around the student population of Britain on Thursday 25th February when Reading and Leeds Festivals sold out in record time, just hours after organiser Melvin Benn had confirmed they would go ahead […]
I caught up with Jez Willis from Utah Saints whilst at Beatherder to chat about the timelessness of house music as well as their centrality in a somewhat underrepresented rave scene in Leeds in the […]
Arriving at the Matterley Estate, home to Boomtown Fair, it was impossible to not immediately be swept up into the festival feeling. Excitement was everywhere you looked; from the volunteers shepherding us inside in full […]
The build-up to Bloodstock 2019 was unfortunately plagued with some issues, bands pulling out last minute, and many hazardous weather warnings. However, as always, the spirit of the Metal community stayed high ready for a […]
As summer slowly comes to an end and students get ready to return to campus, Leeds Festival is just around the corner, to make the approaching of the new term a bit more bearable. Once […]
Those left behind on Sunday evening (the jobless punters with no reason to be anywhere all week let alone Monday morning) lie strewn on the grass, basking in Allysha Joy’s woozy set, as Brainchild 2019’s […]
Voted best medium-sized festival in the UK, 2000 Trees brought its usual vigour and unique community spirit. Every year, Trees unites rowdy teenagers and old-time rockers; both usually looking to find their way into as […]
In its seventh year, Love Supreme proved itself to be one of the hottest weekends for any jazz enthusiasts in the UK. Pulling in a record 50,000 attendees, Glynde Place was teeming with crowds of […]
Why Stormzy’s headline glasto set not only made history but will proceed to go down in it. On Friday night Stormzy made his Pyramid Stage debut, and all you lucky buggers that got tickets witnessed […]
Over the hill and far away hidden within arm’s length from Tunbridge Wells there is a valley where buttercups and grassroots music flourish in perfect harmony. This is a place where family’s let their wheelbarrows […]