All posts tagged Glastonbury

Jungle determined to take London and the World back. By storm.

It’s a calm Wednesday evening, nearly nothing seems to be happening in South London. Some 40-50 people stand scattered inside Electric Brixton – it’s 7 p.m. and the venue has […]

Glastonbury Musings

I have seen a couple just going at it in a sacred stone circle. I have seen someone drop their pants and shit on the floor. I have seen someone […]

Reading Festival 2016 – Who To See

Little Simz Friday, BBC Radio 1 Xtra Stage Islington born Little Simz is going to be the next Kendrick Lamar. Songs ‘Wings’ and ‘Gratitude’ have the similar cinematic narrative-style as […]

Live Review: Mac DeMarco @ KOKO 28/06/16

★★★★★ Fresh from his first ever Glastonbury performance (which involved a full waterproof outfit), Mac DeMarco and his band of merry men emerge on stage like long, lost heroes. The […]

Florence Welch is So Much More Than a Musician

It’s fair to say that after her jaw-droppingly inspiring Glastonbury performance this year, those who were not yet aware of the overwhelming talent Florence Welch (of Florence + The Machine) […]

Glastonbury Festival 2015 – my highlights

Approximately four hours into my post-Glastonbury slump, I’ve sat down at my laptop in an attempt to somehow convey, with all due justice, the Glastonbury experience via written word and […]

Five Reasons to Ditch Glastonbury and Make an Appointment with The Green Man

Deep in the heart of the Brecon Beacons lies the home of a small festival that is so unique in its location, audience and atmosphere that it would be a […]