At various festivals this summer we asked performers what one thing they would band from a music festival; this was the result.
Author Toby Leveson
Toby reviews the chaotic new track from Essex four-piece, The Bohicas.
Toby Leveson went to go see the London-based four-piece play a half hour, intimate set at Rough Trade East.
‘For the first time we’re playing to the people who are coming to see solely us’: An interview with The Bohicas
Toby visited the Joiners to catch up with The Bohicas ahead of their busy festival season and debut album.
Ahead of the release of their debut album in August, The Bohicas come storming in with this classy three minute track. Toby reviews.
The Edge’s writers have their say on who should headline Glastonbury’s Friday, in the absence of Foo Fighters.
The Edge team take a look at the things we think should be banned from music festivals this summer.
The team take a look at the records they can’t wait for in the latter half of 2015!
Slaves’ biggest task on their debut was to catch the chaos of their live shows on record. A tough task, but their short, sweet and very loud album goes some way to do that.
SOAK’s sophisticated debut album makes complex issues seem so simple, and this, not the youth of Bridie Monds-Watson, is what makes the album so mesmerising.
LunchMoney Lewis provides us with this summer’s catchy hit you won’t wait to get out of your head.