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Festival Wear 2014

With Glastonbury, V Fest, Benicassim, T in the park and many other festivals underway this year and popularity and attendance at a high it is obligatory to grab all the right gear for this years festivals. If you’ve been lucky enough to kop yourself a ticket for any festival this year don’t turn up rocking neon face paint and clothing. Music and style a like are changing very quickly and you’re going to have to stay on top of it, varying from artist to artist you of course need to... Read More

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Summercamp Festival 2013

Thirty years ago the word ‘festival’ usually meant three days arguing about politics in a mudbath waiting for Hawkwind to rock up for a twenty minute version of Silver Machine. Now while that is still the definition for some the whole idea of what makes a festival has moved beyond just providing great music, the nations love of great food is also now part of the experience and local supervenue Camp and Furnace are redefining what a festival can be with their own weekender called Summercamp. The event will take... Read More

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Joe Symes & the Loving Kind Interview

    Joe Symes and The Loving Kind have been together now for almost a year. In that time they have released a live CD, an EP, supported Steve Craddock (Ex Ocean Colour Scene), generated critical excitement both here and in the US and were the headline act at the after show party for Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. It’s been quite a year so far and with their debut album due for release soon we thought we’d better have a chat with them before they head off in to the UK festival maelstrom.  ... Read More

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Pure Musical Sensations – Championing the Radical

Bands looking for a break and aspiring musicians take note! Our roving reporter John ‘Rez’ Mclaughlin met up with Roger Hill from BBC Radio Merseyside to talk about how Pure Musical Sensations promotes new acts. — In recent years, as prime time television has descended in to reality hell, radio has been enjoying a renaissance, particularly where music lovers are concerned. Radio Merseyside is home to one of the country’s longest running alternative music shows, Pure Musical Sensations (or Popular Music Show or Post Millennial Soundtracks. You decide) which recently... Read More