on Monday, August 19, 2019
Citadel Festival (14 July 2019, Gunnersbury Park) // Words: Saam Das

14th July 2019 will go down as a momentous day on these fair shores. Mainly because England snaffled the Cricket World Cup for the first time in the most dramatic of circumstances, on home turf no less. But West London's Citadel Festival played some part, with triumphant performances from several homegrown acts such as Friendly Fires and Bastille. And a Sunday roast in a wrap. Delicious.
on Tuesday, August 13, 2019
Words: Saam Das

It's around a decade since we were asked to be part of the BBC's esteemed Sound Of poll, promoting emerging new acts with a significant chance of commercial success. Back then, we put forward The Joy Formidable, The Drums, and Two Door Cinema Club for the 2010 poll, and we're pretty happy with how they've done subsequently. Indeed, The Joy Formidable are now celebrating ten years of their debut EP, 'A Balloon Called Moaning' with a special limited edition double album version.
on Wednesday, August 07, 2019
Godiva Festival (5-7 July 2019, Coventry) // Words: Saam Das

Headlined by The Levellers, Feeder, and Busted, Coventry's popular music festival Godiva courted controversy this year by increasing the cost of entry. To the princely sum of £2 a day. It didn't stop over 75,000 people attending the formerly free-of-charge extravaganza in the UK's 2021 City Of Culture. And we were one of the many, many happy customers.
on Friday, August 02, 2019
Words: Saam Das

Our sporadic and loosely themed Pop Music Column makes a triumphant return! Possibly. This edition features pop icon Carly Rae Jepsen teaming up with producer Gryffin, relative newcomer Charlotte Lawrence, Taylor Swift and Twenty One Pilots - turns out there aren't even twenty one of them, only two. And they're probably not even pilots!
on Monday, July 29, 2019
Words: Saam Das

With half of the year well and truly outthaway, to semi-quote Australian noughties indie giants The Vines, we've decided to throw the spotlight on some of the best shows on TV in 2019 thus far. Some caveats to begin with, we haven't seen the monstrously acclaimed 'Chernobyl' nor caught up with the final season of 'Game Of Thrones' but nonetheless, we do have ten bits of programming for you to catch up on.
on Saturday, July 13, 2019
Citadel Festival (14 July 2019, London) // Words: Saam Das

14th July 2019. A notable day in the calendar. The F1 British Grand Prix. England-New Zealand in the Cricket World Cup final. Tennis legend Roger Federer versus the behemoth Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon final. But perhaps best of all, the return of Citadel Festival to Gunnersbury Park in West London. Headlined by Catfish & The Bottlemen, we've put together a preview of Citadel 2019.

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