A weekend washout despite a promising line up (21-23/07/17).
With the three day festival drawing to a close, Ashleigh gives us her highlights of the Saturday’s events.
Ashleigh reviews the first day of Upcote Farm’s 2000trees Festival, which kicked off for its 11th year last Thursday.
Imogen Arthur reviews brand new Community Festival, featuring Catfish and the Bottlemen, Clean Cut Kid and Wild Front.
Deputy Editor Ashleigh tells you what hot acts from the small print you should catch at this year’s festival in the woods.
Deputy Editor Ashleigh details what’s to come at this years alt-music festival in the heart of the Cotswolds.
Toby Leveson picks through the hibernation of British guitar newcomers.
This week sees new releases from Florence And The Machine, The White Stripes, Green Day, and more.
Reading and Leeds Festival announce another round of acts including Good Charlotte and Frank Turner.
The 1975 and The Courteneers will also be playing at the two festivals, which will take place from 25th-28th August 2016.
The gospel artist has beaten the likes of Wolf Alice and Jamie xx to this year’s Mercury Prize award.
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.