Online Music Editor Holly Lamb gives her verdict on the music scene in Exeter’s clubs.
Josh Fundafunda talks to Leila of Exeter’s Sister Sounds
Holly Lamb reviews O’Flynn’s gig at Move
May 9th, 2017. Mark it on your calendar. It was the day that Exeter’s nightlife died. It was never exactly award-winning, limping along like a 19-year-old dog that can’t control its bowels or see anymore; nothing in comparison to the supple Doberman that is, for example, Newcastle’s nightlife, but it did its job in a […]
Annie Mac has been a staple of Radio 1 since 2006. The successor to Zane Lowe and John Peel, the Irish DJ has been the trend-setter for dance music for a decade now, delivering her Friday night show to over a million listeners. Throughout BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend, Annie performed sets before artists like […]
With a general lack of urban music being performed within the realms of the university, Preditah personified the growing popularity of grime and garage evident across the country within the last year. With the grime scene currently under the spot light, with beefs enlightening the scene, it was a perfect time for Preditah to come […]
BoomTown Fair Hampshire 13th-16th August BoomTown Fair, which takes place in the rolling Chiltern hills of rural Winchester, is the kind of festival you walk away from saying “What even happened this weekend? Was any of that real?” It combines the artistic flair of the likes of Bestival and the impeccable sound systems of Creamfields […]