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Review: Farr Festival 2018

From humble beginnings in 2009, Farr Festival knows what it’s doing. Located in Bygrave Woods, near Baldock, just half an hour away from Central London, Farr has evolved from a small gathering of like-minded friends into one of the UK’s leading electronic music festivals. With record breaking temperatures in the UK right now, it’s an exciting time to be at any festival.

Being one of the UK’s last standing boutique dance music festivals, Farr always guarantees a hedonistic escape soundtracked by an eclectic medley of producers, selectors and performers. The dance scene itself attracts hedonists on every level. Whatever your love, whatever your high. The crowd are on a level. Driven by the music. Driven by the buzz.

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Review :: Eric Prydz brings HOLO to Belsonic Belfast

Futuristic vibes sent us to another dimension last weekend as Eric Prydz, the undisputed King of audio visual shows, stunned the Belfast crowd with his new HOLO show.

As part of Belsonic outdoor music festival at Ormeau Park, HOLO follows several years of development work behind the scenes, using holographic technology to create and design a tourable holographic Eric Prydz live experience.

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Review: TRNSMT 2018

Scotland’s biggest festival finished off an incredible sun drenched weekend at Glasgow Green as Arctic Monkeys made their comeback in a UK festival exclusive.

As the sun went down, Arctic Monkeys graced the TRNSMT main stage with a generous set – a varied track list from previous albums, as well as promoting the brand new ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’. Fans went mental as Alex Turner brought pal Miles Kane to the stage for 505, and we saw tracks such as Arabella, Knee Socks and I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor, with an unreal encore of Star Treatment, From The Ritz to the Rubble and R U Mine?

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Review: Sónar Barcelona 2018

That feeling in your heart when everything connects: the music, the lights, the crowd, everything is connected. These are the moments that keep thousands of people coming back to Sonar year on year. 126, 000 people descended on the streets of Barcelona for Sonar 2018, the highest attendance in its history.

A festival so effortlessly cool it stands close to the forefront of the world’s most pivotal musical experiences. In it’s 25th year and housed proudly amongst Barcelona’s artsy streets, Sonar’s venues blend slick modern architecture with historical grandeur.

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Review :: Angus & Julia Stone @ Royal Albert Hall {10.06.2018}

Unveiled in September, the Stones’ latest album ‘Snow’ is the latest in a body of work dating all the way back to 2006, when Angus & Julia first emerged from Sydney’s Northern Beaches with their signature harmonies and ethereal song craft.

Recorded in Angus’ Byron Bay cottage, ‘Snow’ is the first album written entirely in collaboration. And tonight at Royal Albert Hall, Angus and Julia Stone prove that they are so much better together –  for anyone who ever doubted it.

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Review: All Points East Festival 2018

Monumental thunderstorms and immense sunsets hit London’s dramatic skyline over the weekend as Godlike artists graced the stages at Victoria Park for the inaugural All Points East festival.

All Points East 2018 will be remembered for many things; a diverse line up, glorious sunshine, and East London at its best. On Friday afternoon, Young Fathers bring their genre-bending set to the East Stage; Glass Animals showcase pineapple mania; Hot Chip create disco vibes in the Jägerhaus; Yonaka shut down the Firestone stage with their ferocious alt-rock; and Nick Murphy FKA Chet Faker steals hearts with his dark electronic pop.

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