Despite it being the end of our unusually pleasant summer – Bestival was there to close the festival season and welcome Autumn in style this weekend.
“It was like your last day at school,” Axel Christofer Hedfors tells me as he reminisces about Swedish House Mafia’s final ever gig.
Ten years ago, festival organisers around the country were kicking themselves when they heard about the new kid on the block.
West London MC, Incisive, is making a bit of a wave right now
Tim Exile talks about his forthcoming performance with the Heritage Orchestra, at London’s underground electronic night, Blank Canvas.
Interview with singer-songwriter Gavin James: ‘I was looking around thinking I don’t want to be in my sixties playing Galway Girl’
Square one can be a lonely place. Trying to make his mark on the mainland right now is Gavin James, who I meet at Dublin’s Morrison Hotel, named after a Doors album but rather more sterile.
Shostakovich’s Sixth Symphony, performed at the Proms, is an elusive and enigmatic response to the pressures of totalitarianism
Interview: David Stewart: “As much as writing my own material is important, writing and producing for other people are important as well”
The art of music has always been a form of expression. For some people this expression grows and is strengthened by life time experiences. For others, like David Stewart this expression starts at a young age, almost a way of life, a familiar setting.
At the end of July Hoodlums played a packed out show at London’s legendary 100 Club. It was the culmination of a lot of hard work and even more fun, says lead singer Lou Vainglorious.
Interview with Krept and Konan: ‘My Story gives our listeners an insight into our lives behind the music’
“We decided to do the track to give our fans and listeners an insight into our lives behind the music, because everyone thinks it’s all glitz and glamour because they see us smiling and having fun but that is not the case.”
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