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Ahmad Tea Music Festival 27.06.2015

I had not originally planned to attend this festival. Seeing the lineup from previous years never particularly inspired me. I usually don’t consider a festival worth it if I am only interested in one band but I figured for just 800 Rubles it would be nice to check it out.  1,159 more words

Concert Review

#Iwanttodrawyourband does UNSOUND TORONTO

This past Saturday for a very special edition of #Iwanttodrawyourband, Ashley Grafe and I collaborated on a live painting at one of the coolest and most unique events I’ve ever had the pleasure of attending. 657 more words

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Festival Review: Bushstock 2015


London, June 13th 2015

Words: Lauren Grigor

Bushstock 2015 was a festival with an atmosphere I was not expecting. The streets were filled with teens and adults checking their schedules, freaking out over clashes and dashing from one venue to the next throughout the quirky West London Shepherd’s Bush. 923 more words


Primavera Sound: Festival Review

Starring The Strokes, The Black Keys, Alt-J and Ride, the festival boasts the bigger names. In its fifteenth incarnation, Primavera Sound, Barcelona’s indie rival to the electro delights of Sonar, has carved its lights into the festival season. 989 more words

Live Music Review

The Smith’s legend Johnny Marr to play live report Music Trends

Rockaway Beach, a brand new eclectic music festival, has confirmed the first wave of acts appearing at the three-day indoor event.
These include former Smiths man Johnny Marr, space rock icons Spiritualized, Liverpool legends Echo & The Bunnymen and a Mercury Prize winning band to be confirmed shortly. 309 more words

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Governors Ball 2015: Bad Sound & Bacchanalia Can't Eclipse Bjork

The grounds of Governors Ball were a sprawling swamp of collard-green grass. A malodorous, dank stench filled the air, a product of the heavy rains that fell during Friday’s installment of Governors Ball (Saturday was exponentially sunnier), mixed with the audience’s excessive weed-smoking. 989 more words

Festival Review: Sound City 2015

Sound City 2015

Bramley Moore Dock, Liverpool 21-23 May 2015

Words: Elena Katrina and Lauren Grigor

This year saw Liverpool’s Sound City festival take a brave new step away from the warm open arms of the city centre venues and take a massive leap into becoming pretty much a full on outside festival, open to the elements and surrounded by water. 2,564 more words