Bestival 2018 more than makes up for the cancellation of Camp Bestival’s final day, Harry Fortuna concludes.
Another weekly round-up featuring some of your favourites. Probably.
We thought we sent Xavier Voigt-Hill on a safari. Instead, he watched pop at an airport.
Jay Z and Pink are set to headline this years V Festival in August at Weston Park (Staffordshire) and Hylands Park (Chelmsford)
Pete Tong returns with an orchestra and album full of Ibiza classics.
In only its second year, Brighton’s WILD LIFE festival boasted a stellar line up, including Ice Cube, Bastille, Jack Garratt and James Bay. (11/06/16-12/06/16)
Clapham’s biggest EDM festival is back for its 15th year running, and it’s bringing none other than Rudimental, Knife Party and The Chemical Brothers along with it. (27/08/16-28/08/16).
Having recently been awarded ‘Best New Festival’ at the 2015 UK Festival Awards, Wild Life Festival returns for its second year at Brighton City Airport (11/06/16 – 12/06/16).
Piers Agget, Amir Amor, Kesi Dryden and Leon Rolle, better known by their collective name of Rudimental, will be hitting Birmingham’s O2 Academy (07/03/16).
“In comparison to Tribute, it’s a definite downgrade”. Navi reviews John Newman’s sophomore album.
The Edge talk to Jake of the house-garage duo, following their debut North American tour.
“If you’re a fan of Home, We The Generation won’t disappoint”. Navi reviews Rudimental’s second album.