Live and Records exec, Katie Evans, is a veteran festival-goer… she wants to bestow her wisdom onto those who plan to go this coming year.
Connie Seamer deep dives into the history of Reading and debates it’s rock status.
Katie Evans thinks back to one of her favourite live moments of all time, the psychedelic set of Noel Gallagher’s HIgh Flying Birds in 2019.
Our FEPS officer, Charlotte Brennan, was lucky to attend the last Vans Warped Tour in the US in 2018. As Charlotte reflects on this, she also compares it to UK festivals to answer the ultimate question: are UK festivals better?
Editor Morgan McMillan reviews the archive Reading and Leeds festival and proves you can party from the comfort of your own home.
After an incredibly successful festival, some of our writers look back on their favourite sets of the weekend.
The Edge Editor, Morgan McMillan, highlights a staple venue that has so much history in London, it must be saved. Time to act now and save our most beloved music venues.
As festivals couldn’t happen in the normal capacity that we are used to, some of our writers reflect back on some memorable Glasto performances over the last 20 years!
With the summer of 2020 being disrupted by COVID-19, incoming editor Morgan McMillan reflects back on some of the Isle of Wight’s most iconic performers.
Outdoor and indoor shows both have their benefits, but which is better?
Every year we are bombarded with the deliberation of which festivals go to. Often these…
Maddie Lock outlines what’s so good about British festivals.
Morgan McMillan reviews this years Share the Sound Festival, hosted at Southampton’s The Loft.