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Drake And The Lights – The Boy Meets World Tour Review

Drake And The Lights – The Boy Meets World Tour Review

The thought of paying £99 a ticket (+ service fees) for a concert at The O2 shocks most and I’ll admit when I saw the price I was a little taken aback myself. But having been almost three years since Drake’s last European tour I knew my money already belonged to him. Throughout the summer, […]

The Lock Tavern Festival

The Lock Tavern Festival

By Hannah Phillips Ditch the egg hunts and treat your ears instead this Easter, at one of Camden’s best pubs. From Thursday 24th March until Sunday 27th March, The Lock Tavern will continue its acclaimed annual festival, bringing with it a whole host of emerging bands and high calibre DJs. This time, London’s Riot grrrls Skinny Girl Diet […]

Enough of John Parry?

Enough of John Parry?

By Hannah Phillips While some of us spent our late teens testing our body’s alcohol limit (ahem), 18-year old singer-songwriter, John Parry has put his young talent to far better use with his self-released debut EP ‘Enough’. Hailing from East London, Parry is a former winner of the XLP Arts Showcase and, boy, is he […]

Caught By The River Thames

Caught By The River Thames

By Hannah Phillips The Thames will be flowing to a new beat in August as eclectic cultural collective Caught By The River launches its inaugural two-day festival. Having previously worked with Festival No 6 and Port Eliot Festival, this time Caught By The River is ticking all the right boxes as it brings a gloriously diverse […]

War Child

War Child

By Hannah Phillips War Child teams up with the BRITS and O2 this February for a week of exclusive intimate gigs. Part of a series of War Child affiliated dates, Passport to BRITS Week will offer the rare opportunity to see some of the UK’s leading acts up close and personal – and a whole host […]

Young Kings

Young Kings

By Chris Parkinson We caught up with the fabulous Young Kings last night – here’s a few still’s from their latest video. (Jokes!) If you haven’t heard them yet – get on with it. We reckon these boys are going somewhere – and not just Turntable! Just sayin’.

Tom Bertram

Tom Bertram

Crackin’ gig from Tom Bertram last night at Turntable – here’s a few pics of the charming gent in action!          

McDonalds Reject

McDonalds Reject

Jordan Cardy is Rat Boy. He was fired from Wetherspoons. He was turned down by McDonalds. He’s never left the UK. He likes the Streets, the Clash and A Tribe Called Quest. He likes using old film samples, skating and making art. Jordan is from Chelmsford in Essex and once went to the funfair at Southend. He makes music, […]

Paper Aeroplanes – Tonight!

Paper Aeroplanes – Tonight!

OK – we get asked which are the bands to look out for, all the time. So here’s one of our bands to watch. We’ll be adding more shortly. Paper Aeroplanes is Sarah Howells and Richard Llewellyn, from Wales – so not all good then. Jokes! (I’ve gotta go to Wales next week for a […]

04 June 2012: Norman Jay MBE

04 June 2012: Norman Jay MBE

By right royal appointment, Norman Jay MBE, the legendary provider of the best good times on the planet, presents the official ‘Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Festival’ after-party, ‘A Right Royal Carry On’ at London’s infamous party central, The Clapham Grand on Sunday 3rd June, a four day weekend! Known by his peers and contemporaries as ‘The […]