It’s summer, Glastonbury is over until 2019 but there are plenty of festivals still to come. We gave you a rundown of our five favourite summer music festivals – and now we’re going to tell you how to get through a festival in one piece! If you don’t know your pitching zones from your Portaloos, or you’re unsure about personal space etiquette, this music festival survival guide is essential reading.
Wednesday, the 21 September is internationally marked by the UN as the Day of Peace. The day is devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace. For this year, the theme is ‘The Sustainable Development Goals: Building Blocks for Peace.’ To mark this day of peace, we have a look at the top 5 peace songs of all time.
The muddiest and arguably most anticipated four days of the festival season are upon us. Yes, it is time for Emily and Michael Eavis’s rock child – Glastonbury Festival. With 180,000 people descending on Worthy farm this weekend and 100 different stages to choose from, it is hard to decide where to head to first. Check out our previous posts on how to survive a festival and other music festivals worth checking out. We have compiled a list of the top five places to check out over the weekend for those lucky enough to be going!
It’s that time again. You know, that time of year where the pick of the Eurovision litter will be strutting their stuff in a bid to become continental pop champions and claim ultimate glory for their country. Last year we gave you (in our humble opinion) the 4 worst Eurovision entries ever. We didn’t want to break tradition so we did some digging and found 4 more terrible entries for your viewing (dis)pleasure.
London busker Charlotte Campbell recently went on one of our recording day experiences at Abbott Studios in Hackney. We caught up to ask her about the world of a full-time musician and find out about the busy life of a busker who works and sings in London.
In case you didn’t already know, it’s Eurovision time again. Tomorrow night the cream of the Eurovision crop will be representing their various countries by singing a song each, in one of the world’s longest running TV shows – and it’s going to be a good one! But this year, rather than celebrate the triumphs, we thought it’d be much more fun to take our pick of the worst Eurovision entries ever (earplugs at the ready)…