Spring Break Amsterdam Festival 2018 Preview

Tweet It’s that time of year again where people have made their New Year’s resolutions and are now waiting for all the best festival line-ups to be announced; we have some great news… Spring Break Amsterdam Festival have released their incredible 2018 line-up for the three-day metro-festival. The acts revealed include Chase & Status (DJ set), Shy FX, Wiley, General Levy, Big Narstie and High Contrast, plus many more. The festival takes place on Sunday 8th, Monday 9th and Tuesday 10th April and tickets are already selling extremely fast. The…

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Review: Saint Etienne @ De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill, 10/12/2017

Tweet Saint Etienne bring their Christmas tour to Bexhill De La Warr Pavillion for a delightful night of 90s indie and dance Being myself a big fan of Christmas music, I was extremely curious to see what Saint Etienne had cooking when they announced an Xmas-themed December tour ending at Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion. Considering the band’s always avant-garde approach to music and their passion to celebrate quintessential post-WWII provincial Britain I knew their Christmas show would have been somehow special, especially in such a venue like De La…

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REVIEW: Playback @ De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill

Tweet A new interactive exhibition supporting young filmmakers launches at Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion. Playback is an interactive and itinerant short films exhibition hosting the works of filmmakers aged 16-24 from all over England. Over 200 films have been accurately selected – many of them are award-winning – and include an exciting variety of genres including documentaries, drama, comedy, animation and music among others. The peculiarity of the short films is, although their unique and authentic nature, their focus on contemporary underground culture and counterculture. Films include current topics…

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What is the best album of 2017 so far?

Tweet With less than 2 months left of 2017, it’s time to judge which album has stayed in everyone’s Spotify playlists. Statistically, Ed Sheeran’s third album, ÷, is still the biggest selling album of the year with all twelve tracks entering the singles chart upon release and Sheeran headlined the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury but does that mean his album is actually the best of the year? My contenders include; Kendrick Lamar with DAMN, Dua Lipa, Foo Fighters with Concrete and Gold, Harry Styles and Stormzy with Gangs Signs and…

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