Talentbanq and Caffè Nero are presenting their second annual The ChillOut Sessions in Brighton from May 9 to May 11.
“…The outdoor festival has been condensed to a single day for a pure shot of country music on July 27…”
“…Zimmerman picked up the electro-acoustic and absolutely smashed it (and basically everything) with her slide guitar skill. Moment of the festival right there on day one…”
“…world class acts like Good Charlotte, Goldfinger and Reel Big Fish, scene stalwarts such as Taking Back Sunday and Save Ferris, and up-and-comers like The Faim and Dream State….”
“…A listening crowd gets to roam around a 17th century house with two rooms of music and into the garden for more music around a campfire and in a little shed overlooking the river…”
May 15, 2017 The Roundhouse, London On the fourth night of four of the inaugural Lost Evenings Festival at London’s iconic venue The Roundhouse, Frank Turner was joined by his Xtra Mile label mates Non Canon, Will Varley, Ducking Punches, Skinny Lister and Ben Marwood. Here’s a record of that special night.
“This festival is fucking awesome and it absolutely needs to happen all the time…these are the moments we’re living for.”
September 3, 2016 Cecil Sharp House, London “Folk is rising again” Fittingly, London Folk Festival took place at London’s home of folk music research and practice, Cecil Sharp House. Performances took place throughout the afternoon and evening on two stages. There were also music and dancing workshops and rousing singalongs in the bar.
“Each folk singer or band at The UnampliFire Festival played at least twice on one of the five stages; three inside the deliciously dilapidated seventeenth century house, one around a camp fire and one in The Crane House, a shed overlooking the Thames.”