Following on from Culturefly’s best of 2017 list, we take a look at some of the most anticipated rock, indie, electronic and hip-hop albums being released in 2018.
This year I have contributed my two favourite albums to Culturefly’s best albums of 2017 feature.
Who Built the Moon is the third release from Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and it sees the band take a different direction with their sound, shaking off any Oasis similarities.
Last night John Bishop played London’s O2 Arena for the first of two nights at the venue as part of his Winging It tour.
Last night, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds played London’s York Hall as part of an Apple Music documentary for his upcoming studio album Who Built The Moon.
The one-day rock festival that is Camden Rocks took place over the weekend (3 June) and it was a momentous triumph, boasting a strong line-up of 250 bands that was arguably the best to date.
Following a successful string of shows, Charlie Baker’s Cabaret Boulangerie returned to London’s The Other Palace theatre on the 23 May, 2017.
This year’s Camden Rocks Festival is set to be the biggest and best yet, with over 250 bands performing across 25 venues on Saturday 3 June.
For All Our Sins is the engaging and upbeat debut album from female acoustic-pop duo Sounds of the Sirens
The 10 LP album has a versatile yet intriguing sound from Scottish four piece The Little Kicks.