• The Future Of Festivals – Will They Return In 2021?

    With the anniversary of lockdown feeling more like a centenary, the Prime Minister’s roadmap for a release from lockdown offers a little hope for culture-starved, Vitamin D-deprived music lovers: festivals will rise again. Katie Connor reports....
  • Preview – Dot to Dot Festival 2019

    I had the pleasure of attending Dot to Dot Festival last year and had an absolute blast. Touring in Nottingham, Bristol, and Manchester from 24th-26th May, this is a musical extravaganza that you do not want to miss. The last leg of the festival will be in Nottingham on...
  • Track Review: Sisteray – ‘Who R Ya?’

    Ever present across London and beyond, Sisteray are slowly becoming one of the most promising bands to grace the music scene in 2016. Their new single ‘Who R Ya?’ epitomises their energetic, raucous punk sound. It is rare to see a band as proactive as Sisteray, whether it be...
  • Sexual Assault at Music Festivals: Impact interviews Girls Against

    Festival season is well under way. For most attendees, festivals are the highlight of the summer – a celebration of music and culture which takes place in a carefree and communal atmosphere. However, it’s becoming ever more apparent that festival culture has been infiltrated by a disturbing affliction. Reports...
  • Festival Review: Glastonbury

    After asking Siri ten times during the week whether or not it was going to rain, I realised no one really knew what the Glastonbury weather would be like for sure. However, one thing was always certain: there would be mud in abundance. But that did not matter as,...
  • Summer Beauty Fixes That Won’t Break The Bank

    As the school year draws to a close once again, your excitement for upcoming festivals, holidays, parties etc, is most likely reaching its’ pinnacle. However, you are a bit low on cash as those post-exam celebrations have loosened those purse strings more than you would have liked. Not to...
  • Festival Preview: Reading and Leeds

    Everybody’s favourite twin festivals return in 2015 to bring an ever more varied line-up to Bramham Park and Richfield Avenue this August bank holiday. Famous for their big-ticket headliners and rivers of late-summer mud, Leeds and Reading promise another memorable year, having attracted The Libertines, Mumford & Sons and...