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The City Sound Project – Canterbury’s music festival
All too often the south east gets subsumed into London, with the assumption being that just because London is well catered for in terms of live music, everyone in Kent is as well. Sadly, it’s not the case, but every now and then the creative and artistic potential in these parts gets some buzz –Continue reading “The City Sound Project – Canterbury’s music festival”
Field Day Tunes
This year’s Field Day line up looks to be as good as ever, with the awesome Caribou, Ex Hex, Django Django, Tei Shi, Eagulls, Hookworms, FKA Twigs, Mac DeMarco, Jack Garratt, Shura and more taking to the stages in Victoria Park on the 6th and 7th June. To whet your appetite, the good crew atContinue reading “Field Day Tunes”
In the year when the successful Camden Crawl folded, the outlook for Visions was mixed. Was the RIP of CC a sign that we are over wristband festivals, or was it just that new blood is needed. After a successful debut last year, the Hackney one-dayer, with 28 bands playing across four venues, complete withContinue reading “Visions Festival”
Live music – a matter of size?
When you mention going to see live music to people in the UK, everyone immediately thinks about going to see large, well-established bands. Whilst this is undoubtedly a natural reaction it has become too dominant. Tickets for these shows are usually very expensive, and often the venues are very impersonal. The alternative, going to seeContinue reading “Live music – a matter of size?”