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by 24 Mar 2020

Interview: We chat to Vinilo Record Store about the effects of Covid-19 and they give us their survival playlist

Southampton’s Vinilo Record Store is not only the city’s first independent record store to open in a long long time, but has also become a community hub. Somewhere to trust for go to releases and somewhere to meet like minded…

by 20 Mar 2020

Go and help some bands: Bandcamp have removed their fees for a day and here’s who you can help

We’re not sure there are many more ways to introduce these ‘”strange” and  “unprecedented” times, but it’s certainly weird and Covid-19 is having a massive effect on the independent bands, artists and labels around us. The bands we all know…

by 18 Mar 2020

Interview: We speak to Tim Perry about the effects of COVID-19 on The Windmill

The Windmill, Brixton is held in rightfully high and equal regard by punter and band. For bands, its been a venue with open arms, an opportunity for a debut show and a breeding ground for exciting new and experimental sounds….

by 11 Mar 2020

In Photos: Fontaines D.C. at Brixton Academy

Sometime around August 2019 you may have been able to get yourself a ticket for Fontaines D.C’s biggest London headline show, but if you got on board after that you were simply too late. Fontaines D.C. have captured hearts across…

by 25 Feb 2020

Watch: Wide Awake TV Episode 1: Squid & Lazarus Kane

In its first year, Wide Awake Festival is shaking things. Not only is the line up an alternative dream, the festival is leading the way with it’s environmental promises and committing to zero landfill waste, a ban on single use…

by 11 Feb 2020

In Photos: SY x Arts Cool: Lazarus Kane, PVA, Lynks Afrikka and Pynch at Elsewhere, Margate

It was about time we teamed up with our favourite folk in Margate, Arts Cool. In anticipation of an exciting new year, we invited some of our favourite new bands to play at Kent’s finest record shop come venue. Photographer,…

by 12 Dec 2019

In Photos: Sports Team at Kentish Town Forum

Sports Team keep on reaching up. The London Six piece have never been one’s to take the easy route. Between recording their debut album and calling out Matt Healy on social media, the band found time to slot in an…

by 06 Dec 2019

Interview: Bristol’s Wax Music celebrates six years of bringing you the good stuff

Wax Music began as a personal outlet for editor, Ross Jones. Upon his post-uni return to his hometown in Devon, A life of festival stages, interviews and band management felt some way off, but six years later, it’s truly arrived….

by 27 Nov 2019

Wide Awake Festival announce first wave of acts and sell out Super Early Bird Tickets in first day

Brockwell Park will be home to a brand new festival in June as Wide Awake Festival arrives for its debut. Curated by some of the London’s most forward thinking promoters (Including Bad Vibrations and LNZRT), Wide Awake will bring the…