Tag: Festivals

Festival: Muse Headline Reading & Leeds 2017

Reading & Leeds Festivals announce Muse, in a UK Festival exclusive, as the first headliners for next year’s festival, taking place 25-27 August 2017. Stadium rock royalty, Muse are one of the most influential and revered live bands of modern times. Led by the commanding presence of frontman Matt Bellamy, the trio have taken to the biggest stages around the world with their interstellar anthems for over 22 years, and their return to Reading & Leeds promises to be yet another landmark moment in their storied career. Muse said: “We’re very excited to be playing Reading and Leeds again. More news...

Read More

Live Review: Guilfest 2014.

It was great to see Guilfest back in 2014, the crowd and performers seemed to be so ready for it, I had never attended but had heard how much fun the Festival was so I was looking forward to be there. As soon as I arrived I felt welcomed and everything was running smoothly and organised. I got my photo pass and knew it would be a special three days running around with my camera photographing great bands. The weather was like we were in Greece or Spain…blue skies and the sun kept shining for almost the whole weekend...

Read More

Live Review: Boardmasters 2013. Friday.

The musical side of Cornwall’s landmark festival Boardmasters kicked off on Friday 9th August and immediately benefited from some fine British weather. Jake Bevan went along to review and Simon Jay Price took the pictures. With gorgeous views of Watergate Bay all around and an undeniable beach breeze passing through regularly, Boardmasters has a certain charm that no other festival can replicate. Work finished for the week, enough beer tents to keep the whole county suitably fueled and three top quality headliners booked – Boardmasters looked ready to compete with the bigger players in the festival game and their...

Read More

Live Review: Electric Daisy Carnival

Ricky Swift, lensman, and Adam Land, wordsmith, went along to the Electric Daisy Carnival to discover the incredible line up across five incredible stages, featuring some of the world’s best electronic music. The 50,000 strong capacity crowd were eager to blast off the day. The Main Stage (Kinetic Field) kicked off pretty early with CK getting the inaugral Electric Daisy Carnival underway. By the early afternoon the atmosphere was electric and the clouds broke, leaving the sun beating down on the thousands of dance hungry Nervo fans, and they were not left disappointed. The Kinetic Field was packed throughout...

Read More




Soundcloud Playlist April 2017




Rock Life

Anything That’s Rock n Roll

Vision Playlist


Pale Shelter