The sleepy Oxfordshire village of Steventon will likely not ring a bell for most music fans, but once a year it becomes overrun with festival goers as they head to Hill Farm for Truck Festival.
Freddie Mercury is a legend that will never be forgotten for many reasons, with one of those being that even now he’s still inspiring artists all over the world.
Finsbury Park was the place to be on the first day of July as Community Festival got underway. A heat wave had the capital sizzling, so it was only fitting that the festival had some of the hottest talent in indie and rock playing across two stages.
“Taylor Swift is…” was the statement splashed across the screens at Wembley Stadium last Friday as the singer prepared to take to the stage for the first of two London shows as part of her Reputation Stadium Tour.
The “Godfather of the small festival scene”, Truck Festival began in 1998 and 20 years later it’s still going strong. Started to combat the “commercial” and “predictable” ways of festivals like Glastonbury, Truck has managed to evolve to become a go-to for all kinds of music fans.
For many, Reading & Leeds is like a right of passage.
Summer is just getting started and festival season is well underway! Sunday, July 1 will bring Community Festival to Finsbury Park in London, boasting an incredible line-up that’s bigger and better than it’s ever been before.
To see The Rolling Stones in 2018 is somewhat of a once in a lifetime opportunity.
One of the UK’s most successful small festivals, Live at Leeds is the perfect opportunity to catch sets from more established bands as well as discover new artists. This year’s line-up was bigger than ever, and with the sun blaring down on the city for the whole day it proved to be an excellent start to 2018’s festival season.
Fans of Birmingham indie rockers Peace have been waiting patiently (or not so patiently) for some time in anticipation for the band’s third studio album.
Slam Dunk Festival is almost upon us, and we’ve put together the ultimate playlist to get you in the mood!
While British music fans often lament over the fact that the U.S. seems to get the best tours, you have to admit that our beloved Slam Dunk Festival makes up for it tenfold.
What’s better than an all-girl Japanese power metal band? Absolutely nothing, and that’s why Lovebites were not to be missed when they performed at the Underworld in Camden, London this week.
It was Halloween 2015 that One Direction played their last ever full-length, official show. Teenage girls all over the world shed enough tears to fill the seven seas, and the five men went their separate ways to pursue solo careers.
Some might dare to describe The Horrors as a bit old hat these days.
2Q Festival kicked off in 2016 with a not-to-be-missed lineup in Derby.