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Sugarking / Portrait of Mind / A Review

If you have had the privilege, or the disprivilege – whichever way you look at it, of reading my monthly column in Unsigned & Independent, or even my blog, you will be no stranger to Sugarking. 919 more words

I Studied Abroad In London and Accidentally Saw The Vaccines Ten Times

When I arrived in London from New York in September of 2014 to begin my year studying abroad, I hardly expected anything from The Vaccines… 5,625 more words


Liverpool Sound City - Sunday (24 May '15)

The final night of this year’s first Sound City festival at Bramley-Moore Dock brought some more highlights, including some top notch Korean sounds.

I decided to drive tonight, to save a bit of money and time, and due to the fairly uninspiring beer choice. 1,721 more words

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Liverpool Sound City - Saturday (23 May '15)

It was back to Bramley-Moore Dock for the second day of this year’s Sound City festival.

I was able to get there a bit earlier as it was a Saturday, leaving the Boy Wonder in the highly capable of hands of My Beloved Wife for a couple of hours before he went off to bed. 2,180 more words

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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


Liverpool Sound City - Friday (22 May '15)

The Sound City festival was breaking new ground this year, with its move from a wide array of city centre clubs, bars and other venues to the neglected… 1,523 more words

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Liverpool Sound City, Bramley-Moore Dock, Liverpool, May 22-24 (Day 3)

Day three of Sound City fought competition for my excitement with day one. The final day’s line-up boasted yet another incredible line-up, one to potentially rival that of the first day’s, with bands such as… 1,628 more words

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