Roskilde Festival 2019

When thinking about Danish summers, Roskilde Festival should be your first thought. With over 172 music acts, performers, street artists and architects, Roskilde Festival is an abundance of experience and adventure. Being the largest Northern European music and culture festival, there are many reasons why you should attend. The popular festival stretches over eight days […]

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Sticky Fingers Return!

After 7 years since the release of Caress Your Soul (2013), Sticky Fingers have begun to build a legacy within Australian Rock alongside household names such as INXS, Midnight Oil, Cold Chisel and Jet. Their music draws inspiration from many genres and offers fans a vast selection of emotions.  With the ability to mix classical […]

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SK Level Review

Smash!Bang!Pow! Presents: SK Level Tour – Copenhagen TAP1. He came, he saw, he praised the lord, then broke the law. Skepta has recently concluded his SK Level Europe tour which saw him perform in 14 countries across 18 dates. Skepta’s constant work approach has seen him excel in 2018, successfully finishing another busy yet boundless […]

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Migos cancel Australian festival tour, replacement act announced.

Scoot, scoot. Bad news! Photo: Offset (Migos) – 02 Arena, London – Travers Southwell (SaveTonight) Migos have cancelled their Australian New Year’s visit due to unforeseen circumstances. The award-winning Atlanta rap trio were scheduled to touch down in the country later this month to perform at the rebranded Origin Fields festival in WA and spend […]

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Billie Eilish 1 by 1 Tour

Billie Eilish is a young American songwriter born in 2001 in Highland Park, Los Angeles, to a family of actors and musicians. She was homeshooled by her family, and joined the Los Angeles Children’s Chorus at age eight. Her older brother helped her write her debut single “Ocean Eyes”. It went viral on Spotify with […]

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We chat to Press Club about new music, influences and their tour with Smith Street Band.

Arriving on the scene with a debut album that exhibits talent beyond their years, I had the pleasure of chatting to Press Club’s Iain MacRae about the band’s independently released ‘Late Teens.’   Hey guys, hope you’re well! Firstly, congratulations on the record. How does it feel to have your debut out there? Feels great. […]

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Cult Mountain

What an extraordinary time to be alive, with the announcement of Cult Mountains first ever Official London show. The event will take place at The Old Blues Last and will feature Black Josh and Friends. Cult Mountain consists of four remarkable geniuses who form the UK’s hottest boy band. Sumgii, Trellion, Lee Scott and Milkavelli […]

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We Are Fstvl Returns 2017

After winning the best New International Festival award in 2016, We Are FSTVL will return once again this summer with an even bigger and better line up. The festival will stretch over one huge weekend in May and is located in London, Upminster. The massive event attracts 50’000 people and brings together the world’s best […]

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AMSTER-DAMAGE

“We have the Atlantis, Utopia, Pandora, Narnia and the Red Dragon”. “Ahhh, the second strongest will do”. I’m handed a tin about the size of a cigarette box. I can feel the shop keepers smile following me out the door. My partners in crime are waiting for me, sucking on a hash joint. It’s lunchtime […]

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For Your Ears: Tchami & Malaa – Prophecy

Tchami & Malaa combined? You just can’t go wrong with these frenchmen. This track has the right touch of bounce and that wobbly bassline is definitely not shy, giving that unmistakable MALAA vibe throughout. Add in the dark house music style Tchami has given us time and time again and you have yourself a hit. There is this mysterious […]

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Weekend Worship

A collection of memories captured over the weekend’s events by our team of shutterbugs, check out our albums for the complete story. 12TH PLANET – SET MO – SAVAGE – MAD CITY – DCUP – ASH GRUNWALD – PETE MURRY – ZAC WATERS – JENGA

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