Secret Garden Party 2015 Review: The Best Place on Earth to Be Childish

If you want to lose yourself for four days straight and experience some of the kookiest happenings then the Secret …

Reload 2014 preview: Don't you want me baby?

You had me at Soul ll Soul, never mind all the other amazing and somewhat retro acts …

Beacons Festival 2014: A little bit of everything http://www.festivalmag.com/features/beacons-2014-preview/

Around three years ago, I swapped my life in a small, working class North-East village for the somehow appealing world …

Latitude 2014 preview: Not just a thinking person's festival http://www.festivalmag.com/features/latitude-2014-preview/

The line up at Latitude last year was possibly the strongest and most eclectic to date. We wore specs …

Sonisphere festival review: Exceptional fun http://www.festivalmag.com/reviews/sonisphere-2014-review/

Crowd shot massive amounts of amazing

Glastonbury 2014 review: A moment caught in time http://www.festivalmag.com/reviews/glastonbury-2014-review/

And so it passes for another year. You’re left once again with that strange sensation of feeling extremely satisfied, while …

Download 2014 review: Debauchery, Defiance & Deadlifts http://www.festivalmag.com/reviews/download-2014-review/

For a festival that has played host to some of the most debauched and notorious bands and stories throughout the …

Last weekend saw the streets of Manchester swarming with young, thirsty teens arriving in masses at Heaton Park for Parklife Weekender. http://www.festivalmag.com/reviews/parklife-review-2014/

Last weekend saw the streets of Manchester swarming with young, thirsty teens arriving in masses at Heaton Park for Parklife …

Field Day 2014 review - Hedonistic bastardry and psychedelic reverie http://www.festivalmag.com/reviews/field-day-2014-review/

Day 1 “The end is nigh” a hobo assures me as I exit Mile End tube station.


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