Between headline sets from Black Country, New Road, Pussy Riot and Squid, there were plenty of revelations throughout the bill. Continue reading South By South London: The Capital’s Finest Exports Shine at Brighton’s Mutations Festival.
With a special focus on Welsh up-and-comers and a user-friendly multi-venue infrastructure. Continue reading Sŵn Festival serves up your current and future favourite bands on the UK alternative scene.
A forward-thinking new music festival, a portal into Rotterdam’s sweeping streets and historic waterways. Continue reading Rotterdam’s Left Of The Dial resets the standards for new music exploration.
The Rotterdam-based, community-focused, artist-friendly new music showcase festival begins next week. Continue reading Heading to Left Of The Dial festival? Here’s our Ones To Watch list.
Since being founded in 2007 by Huw Stephens, the festival has developed a reputation as one of Britain’s best city festivals. Continue reading A who’s who of the British underground set to descend on Cardiff: Sŵn Festival 2022 Preview.
Pussy Riot, W.H. LUNG, Squid, Warmduscher, Animal Collective, Black Country, New Road and so much more. Continue reading The Last Dance of the Festival Season: Mutations promises one last weekend to glut on great music.
Epochal artists old and new, Jenga parties in the woods, and parents doing shoeys. Continue reading End of the Road brings the best of what British music festivals have to offer.
A guide to left-field music festivals that showcase new artists. Continue reading Unmissable festivals in unbeatable locations – for new music enthusiasts.
Higher Ground is a new organisation that sets out to showcase female artists. Continue reading “The Ecstasy is Holy”: A rapturous Patti Smith set kicks Higher Ground into gear.
It’s under seven weeks until the Dorset festival, who announces new names. Continue reading End Of The Road Festival announces new names, day splits and a new stage.
The festival takes over London from November 9th-13th. Continue reading Pitchfork announces its first wave of acts for the London festival edition.
Cardiff centre will host over 120 artists across 12 venues this October. Continue reading Cardiff’s Sŵn Festival announces first names of its 2022 line up.