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Electric Dreams Weekender (80s Synth) 2019 – Photo Review

John and Warren popped down to Bognor to check out Butlins Electric Dreams (80s Synth) Weekender and liked what they saw and heard.

The Great British Alternative Music Festival – Butlins, Skegness – 2019 Photo Review

The Great British Alternative Music Festival Butlins Skegness Resort, Ingoldmells, Skegness PE25...

Bearded Theory’s Spring Gathering – 2019 – Photo Review

Bearded Theory’s Spring Gathering Catton Hall & Park, Walton-on-Trent Derbyshire Thursday 23rd...

Threshold Festival 2019 – Pictures and thoughts

Photos and thoughts about this year’s excellent Threshold Festival, now in it’s 9th year.

Long Division 2018 – Review

Long Division is a city centre based festival in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. We went along to check it out.

Across the Threshold 2018 – Review

Across the Threshold was a mini-Threshold/fallow year whilst the festival decides which direction to take, But it was no less stunning.

Liverpool Music Week – Closing Party

This year’s Liverpool Music Week truly has been a thing of beauty, with a perfectly curated mix of musical styles, if it must come to an end, what better way than with a party!

Liverpool Music Week – Dawn Penn

Dawn Penn is so much more than the one hit wonder many think she is, this was an incredible show.

Liverpool Music Week – Jungle + Stealing Sheep + Makeness

Jungle were one of the hotly anticipated acts of Liverpool Music Week, did they live up to expectations?

Liverpool Music Week – Japanese Breakfast + St Jude the Obscure + Mary Miller

With a truly incredible week at Liverpool Music Week so far, could tonight keep the momentum going?

Liverpool Music Week – 20 Years of Bella Union

For an independent label, Bella Union has punched well above it’s weight, boasting artists such as Flaming Lips, John Grant, Lanterns on the Lake, Fleet Foxes, Emmy the Great, Howling Bells and Mercury Rev to scratch but the surface. Would tonight’s lineup, headlined by Simon Raymonde’s Lost Horizons do it justice?

Liverpool Music Week – Dan Croll + Jalen N’ Gonda

Liverpool Music Week continues with Dan Croll and Jalen N’ Gonda – worth turning out on a cold Sunday night?