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Festival Review: Live At Leeds 2017

Live At Leeds 2017

Various Venues, Leeds

Words: Gary Lambert
Photos: Elena Katrina

“I spy with my little eye… BAD BITCHES! DREAM WIFE FOR LIFE!” was without doubt Popped Music’s calling card at Live At Leeds. 1,488 more words

New Music

Megadeth Live on Hammersonic 2017

Hello me, meet the real me *: *jajajahaha… efek masih kerasa euforia acara semalem*

Rasanya sudah lama sekali saya tidak menyentuh page saya ini. Mungkin Karena saya (sok) terlalu sibuk. 1,607 more words

Where Travel Blogging Conference meets Festival: Highlights from Traverse 17

I found out about Traverse 17 at World Travel Market last November and immediately thought that their programme sounded a lot like a really tempting festival schedule: crazy golf, parties, workshops and walking tours all in the company of around 500 travel bloggers from around the world. 1,156 more words

Festival Reviews

Live Review: When In Manchester 2017

When In Manchester 2017

15th April 2017

Words: Julia Grantham
Photos: Lydia Maycock

Are you familiar with the phrase: “Don’t open all your Christmas presents at once?” Or words to that effect. 1,441 more words


Festival Review: Threshold 2017

Threshold 7

Words: Gary Lambert

Photos: Georgia Flynn & Elena Katrina

Threshold Festival 2017, or Threshold7 to give it the preferred shortened name, was always likely to be one that would stay in the memory. 1,549 more words

New Music

Sea, Sun & Fun: Grinagog Festival 2017

Officially billed as a ‘weekend of mudless mischief by the sea’, the brand new Grinagog Festival, which took place from 7-9 April 2017 in Torquay, Devon, had a pretty enviable start. 987 more words

Festival Reviews

Festival Review: Ditto Live - Liverpool

Ditto Live

Camp & Furnace, Liverpool, March 2017

Words: Gary Lambert

Photos: Mark Holmes

Festival Season does not start on a Friday night before the clocks go back, but if it did then Ditto Music’s live event at Camp and Furnace in the Baltic Triangle area of Liverpool city centre would be the perfect way to kick off. 1,397 more words