Our summer music festival of choice is Kendal Calling in the Lake District.
We teamed up with UKTI at SXSW to showcase the UK’s most exciting emerging bands…
All the action from this year’s Teenage Cancer Trust show at the Royal Albert Hall…
A song can come to define an occasion or mood, with memories relived upon a single note. With festivities around the corner we asked Cece, our resident muso and lead vocalist of London folk noir four-piece Wyldeck, to compile the perfect soundtrack to your evening.
Earlier this week at Rough Trade NYC, we hosted a showcase of British music for this year’s CMJ music marathon. Longfellow, Spring King, MONEY and The Crookes played to a packed crowd and all had killer performances. We caught up with three of the bands before their set, and second in our three part series is an interview with The Crookes.
Last night at Rough Trade NYC, we hosted a showcase of British music for this year’s CMJ music marathon. Longfellow, Spring King and The Crookes played to a pack crowd. We grabbed five minutes with each band before their set, and first in our three part series is an interview with Longfellow.
When the line-up for this year’s Wilderness festival landed on our desks today, our excitement went …. well…. wild! Nestled deep in the heart of Oxfordshire, the idyllic, eclectic and gloriously paradisical festival mixes together the absolute crème de la crème in music, food, theatre and the literary arts across four magnificent days in August.
Yesterday marked the 33th year since John Lennon was tragically killed in New York. Over the years we’ve seen tributes to the Beatles legend is different shapes and sizes but the one recently launched by Nicolas Jaar stands out
Scottish indie rockers The Pastels are back with a swirling video shot by Blair Young at The Forest Of Black for their new song “Kicking Leaves. The video highlights the changing of the seasons with warm colours splattered across grainy footage.
Last night marked the end of BST Hyde Park, which was saw ten days of live music and events. The gigs featured some Ben Sherman favourites such as Jake Bugg, Ray Davies, The Vaccines, Kaiser Chiefs and The Horrors, which were all book-ended by The Rolling Stones.