The opportunity to catch performances from the likes of Peace, Rat Boy, Superfood and INHEAVEN all in the same day is not one that comes around too often, so when this year’s line-up for Neighbourhood Festival was announced, it’s fair to say that fans of indie and alternative music got a little excited. The one-day … Continue reading NBHD Festival 2017: A Review
Thomas Truax is an American singer-songwriter and inventor, best known for his collection of weird and wonderful self-made instruments. Featuring but not limited to, a drum machine called ‘Mother Superior’, made out of “old bicycle wheels, a motor, spoons and various percussive bits.” Another of Truax’s ensemble is the Hornicator, an old modified gramophone horn. … Continue reading Thomas Truax Talks Music, Bike Wheels, and the Moon
Southampton is welcoming back a favourite family event on July 8th! The festival will return to Southampton Common on Saturday 8th July 2017. With a fabulous line‐up of artists to bring you the very best of the 80s, and an action packed day of general 80s madness, there is plenty to do for everyone at … Continue reading Let’s Rock Southampton returns on July 8th!
The first announcement for the annual Common People festival has been announced. The event will be held on May 27th and May 28th 2017 in the Southampton Common. This is the third year of the festival, last year it also travelled to Oxford. This year it will be hosted in Oxford as well, with the … Continue reading Southampton’s Common Festival announces the first set of acts
Southampton's music scene is always something to brag about. Why not go see a show? So, us students tend to get bored incredibly easily and want to procrastinate in every way we can. So, I decided to compile a lovely little Gig Guide for you all! Wednesday 1st March @ The Joiners – Basement + … Continue reading Southampton’s Gig Guide – March 2017
For the final 2016 show of their "I like it when you sleep for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it" tour, the 1975 took to the stage for a sold out performance at Cardiff's Motorpoint arena on December 22nd. The set list consisted of old and new favourites such as 'Chocolate', 'Girls', … Continue reading Chloe talks us through the final 2016 show for The 1975
A Day To Remember hit Cardiff to play a show as part of their UK and Europe tour. Kicking off the UK and European leg of the Bad Vibes tour, post hardcore act A Day To Remember played to a packed out Motorpoint Arena, performing material stretching across their back catalogue of songs. Setting out … Continue reading A Day To Remember hit Cardiff for UK Tour