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Records Editor, Alice Fortt, takes on the mighty topic of UK and US festivals to compare not only why they are different, but also why one is superior to the other. From the music to the atmosphere, Alice leaves no stone untouched!
Katie Evans weighs in on whether festivals or arenas are the best way to see Fall Out Boy.
Records editor, Alice Fortt, reflects on the many times that they have seen Muse. Alice offers up their perspective on why a venue concert for this rock band goes above and beyond what you get at a festival when you see Muse.
Morgan McMillan critiques this year’s Reading and Leeds line-up, raising issues on gender inequalities in the live music scene.
One of the biggest weekends in the British festival circuit is on its way, and the headliners have divided opinion.
Theo Smith previews the revitalised 2019 edition of Reading Festival.
Foo Fighters, The 1975, Post Malone, and Twenty One Pilots have been announced as the Reading and Leeds festival headliners this year.
Sam Law looks at the six most exciting acts ahead of this year’s Reading Festival.
Records Editor Sam Law runs down why you should be excited for one of the most controversial festival lineups of the year.
Acts are as diverse as Maggie Rogers and Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda, as well comedian Harry Hill and Michael Dapaah- Also known as Big Shaq.
Acts include The Vaccines, The Kooks, Deaf Havana, and more.
“I took a photo of myself sitting on the toilet. It was seen by a LOT of people” – An interview with Fizzy Blood
Ashleigh chats with bassist Ciaran Scanlon about the Fizzy life, the future, and troublesome toilet selfies.
The 1975 and The Courteneers will also be playing at the two festivals, which will take place from 25th-28th August 2016.