This year’s Camden Rocks Festival saw over 200 bands come together to play across 20 venues around Camden, marking the start of the summer festival season.
There can be no better way to spend your bank holiday weekend than being at a music festival.
Kygo’s debut Cloud Nine was released this week, sadly not quite living up to the high expectations of his chart releases.
Muse played their third sold out show of a five night residency at the 02 Arena in London on Tuesday.
Winner of the Critics’ Choice category at this year’s Brit Awards, BBC Sound Poll of 2016 and shortlisted for MTV’s Brand New 2016. Jack Garratt has a received a great amount of expectation to live up to with his debut album Phase.
Jake Bugg made a live return playing Shoreditch’s Village Underground in a series of London compass shows.
Rudimental played what felt like a homecoming show to a sold out O2 Arena on 3 March.
The Chainsmokers took to London’s Heaven as part of their European tour to liven up a mundane Wednesday evening.
The latest album from Sia – This is Acting is a follow up to her successful 2014 album 1000 Forms of Fear and her 7th studio release.
Fever is an upbeat and effortless second album with great confidence from Cornwall three-piece Lost Dawn.