Liven up November with Favourite Days festival

Novem­ber isn’t the most excit­ing or fes­­ti­­val-filled time of year, so it’s very wel­come to dis­cov­er this new North-West event called Favourite Days. Favourite Days will be tak­ing place in Liv­er­pool and is spread over four days from 6–10th Novem­ber. Lots of grass­roots artists and venues are tak­ing part to make this a real­ly buzzy event. …

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Book tickets: Underworld

Mas­ters of Elec­tron­i­ca Under­world appear on Sat­ur­day at Brighton Beach. Get your tick­ets now… Buy tick­ets for On The Beach 2024 – Under­world at Brighton Beach, Sat 20th Jul 2024 Tick­ets list­ed here con­tain an affil­i­ate link 

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Forwards Festival announces photo initiative with Sony UK

FORWARDS and Big Team CIC announces the return of its pio­neer­ing social ini­tia­tive Cap­ture FORWARDS, and reveals its col­lab­o­ra­tion with Sony UK. The ini­tia­tive offers young pho­tog­ra­phers the invalu­able oppor­tu­ni­ty to gain expe­ri­ence pho­tograph­ing live events, through prac­ti­cal and the­o­ry work­shops and a men­tor­ship pro­gram with indus­try pro­fes­sion­als. Par­tic­i­pants will receive the best pos­si­ble tools…

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Kaleidoscope festival 2024 photo gallery

Pho­tos from Kalei­do­scope fes­ti­val at Alexan­dra Palace and Park, north Lon­don. ‘R’ Voic­es Choir, Huey Mor­gan the Fun Lovin’ Crim­i­nal, Antony Szmierek, The Go! Team, Soul II Soul, Min­istry of Sound Clas­si­cal. At the Fringe Stage, Bri­an Blessed enter­tained the crowds. At Cloud 10, Kalei­do­scope’s dance are­na at the top of the Palace, pic­tured are…

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W H Lung announce new album, new single and live shows

An announce­ment by indie-syn­thy five-piece band W H Lung is always some­thing to cel­e­brate and this lat­est mis­sive will bring their fans great joy. It’s bumper good news: a sin­gle, an album, a video and some live shows.  The band unveil their third and lat­est album on 18th Octo­ber on Melod­ic, which is called, rather majestically,…

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Shiiine On 10th Anniversary weekender

Shin­ing a light in the dark­est months – Shi­i­ine On is announce a spe­cial one-off indoor fes­ti­val for 2025 to coin­cide with the 10th Anniver­sary week­ender. Tick­ets are on sale now.  The event, set to take place in March 2025, will mark a decade-on from the inau­gur­al Shi­i­ine On Week­ender, a three day fes­ti­val in Jan­u­ary that has become…

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Skinny Lister release new EP

When Skin­ny Lis­ter are on a fes­ti­val line­up, you know you’re in for some fun. They radi­ate ener­gy and get every­one going with their roudy and rous­ing sets. And they release a new EP today, called ‘Pub Shed Boot­leg’. Plus there’s a Euro­pean Tour sup­port­ing Frank Turn­er and UK head­line tour for Autumn/Winter 2024. ‘Pub…

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Squeeze proud and honoured to open Glastonbury festival 2024

As they pre­pare for their 50th Anniver­sary Tour, Squeeze’s co-founders Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Dif­ford look for­ward to open­ing Glas­ton­bury Fes­ti­val when they per­form on the Pyra­mid Stage at mid­day on Fri­day June 28. Says Glen Till­brook: “I was at the 1971 Glas­ton­bury Fayre and it was a life chang­ing expe­ri­ence for me. I didn’t return…

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Ghostpoet reveals long-awaited EP and video

Ghost­po­et, aka Obaro Ejimi­we, is gift­ed with a sub­lime­ly expres­sive voice and an abil­i­ty to con­vey sen­ti­ment with his lyrics. Con­fu­sion, anguish, despair and thoughts about the world are con­veyed pow­er­ful­ly. I did­n’t man­age to see him per­form till 2021 when he appeared at Green Man fes­ti­val. He was in the cav­ernous, dark Far Out…

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South Facing festival presents ten amazing summer concerts

South Fac­ing is a mul­ti-day, open-air fes­ti­val at the his­tor­i­cal­ly sig­nif­i­cant Crys­tal Palace Bowl in south Lon­don. There’s a choice of ten events start­ing on 26th July through to 11th August, with an intrigu­ing range of dif­fer­ent gen­res. Start­ing on 26th July there’s Love Motion, the new dis­co, soul and elec­tron­i­ca event, start­ing at 4pm.…

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