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On The Road Interview: Get Inuit

On The Road Interview: Get Inuit

Hailing from Sittingbourne, Kent, four-piece Get Inuit may be relatively new on the scene, but they are already proving to be quite the connoisseurs of dirty, summery pop. Having been hailed as Record of the Week on Radio 1 and named as one of DJ Annie Mac’s One To Watch for 2016 after releasing a stream of critically acclaimed singles, it’s safe to say that we can expect to hear a lot more from the lads in the coming months as their star continues to rise. The band have since stuffed their summer with festival appearances in-between supporting hot newcomers VANT and Spring King and recording their debut album, so I caught up with them before their set at LeeFest to see what they’re all about…

Now Playing: October

Now Playing: October

So this month I’ve mainly been fangirling over We Are Scientists (it’s an obsession that I just can’t shake) as after only catching festival slots, I finally got to go along to a headline show at Clwb Ifor Bach in Cardiff – which was insane. But here are some other tunes that have been floating my musical boat this month.

Now Playing: September

Now Playing: September

If there’s one thing that is certain about this time of year it’s that gig season is about to kick off. The festivals are over, which means waving goodbye to lazing in sunny fields cradling a cider and a hangover and saying helloooooo to getting intimate with new acts in your fave venues. Kick-start the season with the September playlist!

Now Playing: August

Now Playing: August

I’ve had a little bit of spare time on my hands this month (after the hectic festival marathon that was July!), so I’ve been using it to catch up on tunes old and new and updating the trusty iPod with some cracking music – it was SO in need of an update, after the Jonas Brothers popped up the other day…

3 Reasons Small Festivals Rock

3 Reasons Small Festivals Rock

Last weekend I packed my pop-up tent and headed down to Kent for LeeFest, having never heard of it before but spying a few bands I lurrrrved on the bill, and from my first step on-site had the feeling that I’d stumbled across a total gem of a festival.

On The Road Interview: Shura

On The Road Interview: Shura

Electro-pop singer, songwriter, and producer Shura has come a long way since worrying about her first live radio performance at the BBC’s infamous Maida Vale studios – smashing multiple hit singles out of the park and cementing her place on our radio ever since. I caught up with her before a fantastic set at LeeFest: The Neverland to chat about the album, playing live, and an alternate career path…

My #FestivalPro Summer of Music

My #FestivalPro Summer of Music

I’ve been a little quiet on the ol’ blogging front lately due to some exciting news – I was chosen to be StubHub’s UK #FestivalPro!! I know what you’re thinking… what the hell does that mean?! Well basically, I had the awesome opportunity to attend three European music festivals and give you guys the lowdown on all the the real action from the ground across all of their social platforms, as well as my own. Cool, huh?

On The Road Interview: Amber Arcades

On The Road Interview: Amber Arcades

Amber Arcades, the moniker of Dutch musician Annelotte de Graaf, is the new kid on the block when it comes to exciting new sounds for summer. With her debut album Fading Lines released on 3rd June, I caught up with Annelotte to talk about recording the album, what influenced her sound and the exciting paths that have led her to where she is today.