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Organik Love Project- 2016

Firstly, I want to start this post by thanking someone dearest to my heart for introducing me to this life. Shaun Sym, since I’ve met you, you have taught me so many things and this festival has made us experience each other and our love for trance on another level and I appreciate you. 800 more words

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Thrashersaurus Festival 2016 Review

Thrashersaurus Festival organised by Killer Promotions and sponsored by TBFM proved to be a huge success in its third consecutive year. A well organised festival with a stunning line up of fast paced and varied bands in a well suited venue meant that fans could become immersed a continuous stream of music over two stages. 554 more words


Beth's Shrewsbury Folk Festival

You may remember that last year’s festival season brought myself and KicRocks to a rather exceptional, albeit fear mongering, experience – being part of the press team at the Leeds festival. 2,422 more words

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Captains Log: Dear mummy, I’ve got some good news to share with you. We’ve been selected to be official astronauts (Bloggers) for the space programme that is… 1,054 more words

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Festival Review: Flying Vinyl - London

Flying Vinyl

Hackney Shapes, 9th April 2016

Words: Lauren Grigor

Flying Vinyl sure know how to put on a good show. The vinyl subscription service has had healthy growth in the last year, proving that vinyl is still alive and really doing more than just well. 1,034 more words


Festival Review: Bestival 2015 – Summer of Love

Over the years Bestival has slowly establish itself as one of the main music festivals to visit. Curated by Rob and Josie Da Bank, it features a large dance line-up with a lot of alternative and hip-hop acts thrown in the mix. 932 more words

Music Festival Review: Pitchfork Paris 2015

Intimate, mysterious, romantic, slightly ethereal; much like the city of Paris itself, Pitchfork Music Festival Paris was something special. This festival was so irrevocably chic, so irresistibly blasé, that it could only take place in Paris. 226 more words

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