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More named added to Download Festival 2019

43 new artists have been revealed to be joining the Download Festival 2019 bill.  These include Stone Temple Pilots, Black Peaks and Halestorm. Taking place at Donnington Park in June, this years edition of Download Festival is set to be…

LISTEN: JAWS share new single ‘Do You Remember’

Following the announcement of their long-awaited third album, ‘The Ceiling’, Birmingham dream-pop trio JAWS have shared a new single from the record entitled ‘Do You Remember’ Their third album, ‘The Ceiling’ (out April 5th 2019), sees the band head back…

Kendal Calling announces 2019 line-up

The Lake District’s own Kendal Calling has announced its four-day line-up, in what is a stellar weekend of music for all tastes. The Courteeners will grace the main stage, and will be joined in the headline slot by the newly re-formed Doves…

Premiere: Modern Native unveil debut single “Never Know”

“Never Know” is the first single to come from the newly branded ‘Modern Native’ and is due to be released on 30th January. London’s Modern Native sound includes 80’s inclined indie-pop which brings together inspiration from Prince and Michael Jackson,…

The Strokes to headline All Points East 2019

The Strokes are heading the bill of London’s All Points East, and will be joined by The Raconteurs, Interpol and many more. The New York group will take to the stage in Victoria Park on Saturday 25 May. The Saturday…

Fat White Family announce UK tour

Following the announcement of their new album, Serfs Up!, Fat White Family are set to take their incendiary live show on the road around the U.K. in May. The dates follow a couple of very special intimate shows at The Lexington in London on January…

Hit the North Festival reveals second wave of acts

In what is shaping up to be the strongest Hit the North Festival yet, today its organisers have announced Shame, The Academic, The Lake Poets, SOAK and Columbia Records’ music duo Seafret have been added to the line-up. The event,…

Boomtown unveils its 2019 sustainability mission

Ahead of next week’s headline announcement, the UK’s maddest and weirdest festival Boomtown, has released its 2019 sustainability mission. With its capacity being just 1,000 in 2009, to now reaching 66,000, the festival’s ongoing priority is to protect the environment…